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34 Full-Season Entries for 24H Series

Creventic releases full-season entry lists for 24H Series…

Photo: John Dagys

Photo: John Dagys

No fewer than 34 cars are set to take part in the entire 24H Series powered by Hankook, with organizers having released the full-season entry list for the international GT and touring car championship.

A total of 25 teams, including nearly a dozen GT3 cars, have registered for the seven-round series, with additional race-by-race entries expected throughout the season.

ENTRY LIST: 24H Series Full-Season

The entry list is headlined by Herberth Motorsport, which claimed overall honors in last month’s season-opening Hankook 24 Hours of Dubai, along with other top-level GT3 efforts from Grasser Racing Team (Lamborghini), Attempto Racing (Porsche) and Scuderia Praha (Ferrari).

Creventic has also confirmed the full-season entries for the inaugural 24H Proto Series and 24H TCE Series.

“Running three series of international endurance races for the first time this year is a huge challenge for our small team, but the feedback from teams and drivers is overwhelming and we are delighted with the number of full-season entries we have received,” said Creventic’s Rick Voesten.

“Of course, teams wanting to join us can still submit their full-season entries as well as race-by-race registrations.”

While the next round of the 24H Series is the Hankook 12H Mugello on March 17-18, the series will close out its season with a non-points round at Circuit of The Americas in November, in what Voesten says is shaping up to be a popular event.

“Response to our first-ever race in the U.S., the inaugural Hankook 24H COTA USA from 10-12 November, is also very positive,” he said.

“Many teams have expressed their interest to take part in this event as well, although it is a non-championship round.”

Sixty-two cars are currently entered for next month’s round at Mugello.

John Dagys is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Sportscar365 as well as the recently launched e-racing365 Web site for electric racing. Dagys spent eight years as a motorsports correspondent for Channel, and contributes to other publications worldwide. Contact John



  1. Dave

    February 22, 2017 at 8:25 am

    ACO must be smiling now only one LMP3

  2. J~

    February 22, 2017 at 11:13 am

    ACO has nothing to do with Creventic. Look at ELMS, UK Proto, and Le Mans Cup….between just those series we have at least 50? lmp3s? Total guess but I’d say its at least that many. Not to mention Asia, IMSA, VdeV, etc…

    ACO haters can bash them on a lot of things, but LMP3 shouldn’t be one of your examples….imo

    • Colin

      February 22, 2017 at 12:36 pm

      ACO had a big issue with Creventic over the LMP3 entries

  3. Avery

    February 22, 2017 at 1:30 pm

    I find the Creventic series to be boring, which is why I don’t watch it.

  4. Robert Stephens

    February 22, 2017 at 2:06 pm

    Has anyone seen the schedule for this event at CoTA? Its a 24 hour race with a 8 or 9 hour break. Cars race till 2300 hrs then shut down till 0800 next day.

    • Robert Stephens

      February 22, 2017 at 2:08 pm

      • J~

        February 23, 2017 at 5:01 am

        I didn’t know that. For a 24 that sucks. I know at the next race, Mugello 12hr, they have a 4hr race one day then 8h the next. Thats for a noise ordinance. Zandvoort was over 2 days too. I think its the tracks saying they have to break, not Creventics choice

        • Robert Stephens

          February 23, 2017 at 10:58 am

          Yea CoTA has a noise ordinance as well. I was wondering how they were gonna get around it and I reckon now I know

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