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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. Dagys spent eight years as a motorsports correspondent for and SPEED Channel and has contributed to numerous other motorsports publications worldwide. Contact John


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