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Welcome to the first edition of the Global Endurance Series. This season will be the baseline for what is planned to be a multi tier league system for multiclass racing in teams.

This season features 7 events of different lengths, starting and ending with special events to begin and end the season with a bang!

 

Read on to learn more about this season and the expansion plans.

Classes

LMP1

Ginetta G60-LT-P1,

Nagoya NG050 "Hybrid" (TBR)

INVITATIONAL ONLY

LMP2

Ligier JS P217,

Oreca 07

NO RESTRICTIONS

GTE PRO

Aston Martin Vantage GTE,

BMW M8 GTE,

Corvette C8.R,

Ferrari 488 GTE,

Porsche 911 RSR

NO RESTRICTIONS

GTE AM

Aston Martin Vantage GTE,

BMW M8 GTE,

Corvette C8.R,

Ferrari 488 GTE,

Porsche 911 RSR

NO RESTRICTIONS

Onboard ABS,

-6% engine power

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CALENDAR

5GEM Le Mans 24

5 - 8 August 2021

GEM Nürburgring 4H

3 & 4 September 2021

GEM ... 6H

1 & 2 October 2021

(TBA S397 track)

GEM Silverstone 4H

12 & 13 November 2021

GEM Fuji 8H

10 & 11 December 2021

GEM Portimao 6H

​21 & 22 January 2022

GEM Sebring 12H

25 - 27 February 2022

INFORMATION

LMP1Global Endurance Modding is proud to present the next step in our online racing ventures with the kick-off of our league system for teams: the Global Endurance Series. In 7 races with different formats, the teams will battle for the championship in 4 different classes.

LMP1 will be the fastest class, represented by the Ginetta and Nagoya (TBR) by Global Endurance Modding. This class will only consist of invited teams, which can enter one car each.

LMP2 will be the second prototype class, represented by the official Ligier and Oreca. The GTE class will be split into Pro and Am by the Organization, where the Pro class consists of the official GTE cars as they are, while the Am class will get onboard ABS at the cost of a 6% engine power cut. These classes are free to enter for all teams. For the GTE classes, it is required to submit each driver's fastest lap times at Spa and Silverstone, which will be used to make the division between Pro and Am as fair as possible.

​Teams can enter a maximum of 3 cars in the championship. Each car must consist of 3 to 6 drivers. Not all entered drivers have to compete in every race. The amount of allowed line-up changes is limited to 5 per car per season. Drivers are not allowed to switch between cars in the same class.

​Like our previous one-off events, custom liveries will be mandatory. What is different is that we won't publish a provisional entry list. The confirmations and entry list will be sent after the initial deadline closes. More information about the application process will follow in due course.

Book of Laws

REGULATIONS

For the series, we have chosen to split the regulations in 2 documents: the Technical Regulations, containing the organisational rules for entries, liveries, results and standings, et cetera, and the Sporting Regulations, describing how we expect the drivers to behave on (and off) track. Basically, the Technical Regulations are for the Team Managers and the Sporting Regulations for the drivers.

Live stewarding

All events will feature live stewarding and a race director.

ACCESSIBLE

FOR ALL

Professionally run league that is open to teams from all levels, from complete novices to experienced pros.

BROADCAST

All races in the Global Endurance Series will be broadcast live on our YouTube channel.

Commentary

All broadcasts will feature professional commentary.