The ADAC GT Masters will race on a largely unchanged schedule next year across seven events in Germany, Austria, Netherlands and the Czech Republic.
Few changes have been made to the German GT3 series’ schedule for 2020, although the location of the penultimate event, which was held at the Hockenheimring this year, remains TBA.
The season will get underway at Oschersleben on Apr. 24-26 before visits to Most, Red Bull Ring, Nürburgring and Zandvoort.
The year will close with the TBA race in September and the season finale at Sachsenring on October 2-4.
A packed support package will include ADAC GT4 Germany, ADAC TCR Germany, ADAC Formula 4 and Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland, while races will be broadcast live on free-to-air TV network Sport1 in Germany.
“Our event package with five series and the ADAC GT Masters at the top of the tree has been very well received by fans and participants this year, and we intend to continue in the same vein in 2020,” said ADAC sports president Hermann Tomczyk.
“We’re going for continuity as regards the calendar and sporting regs, sticking to tried and tested venues again next year. 2020 will mark reaching two milestones in the ADAC GT Masters.
“It will be ten years since the series first appeared on TV live and in full, and we will stage our 200th race.”
2020 ADAC GT Masters Schedule
Apr. 24-26 – Oschersleben
May 15-17 – Most
June 5-7 – Red Bull Ring
Aug. 14-16 – Nürburgring
Aug. 21-23 – Zandvoort
Sept. 18-20 – TBA
Oct. 2-4 – Sachsenring