Thirty four cars will compete in the Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup this season, with no fewer than eight brands represented in the series.
The Pro Cup is once again the most populated class with 22 of the 34 cars battling for the overall honors; the Pro-Am Cup and Silver Cup have attracted six and four cars, respectively.
ENTRY LISTS: Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup
Belgian Audi Club Team WRT will be defending the Drivers’ and Teams’ Titles with five Audi R8 LMS cars, with Enzo Ide and Christopher Mies carrying the No. 1 on their car this season.
Bentley Team M-Sport has a pair of Continental GT3s entered, while both the No. 63 GRT Lamborghini Huracán GT3 and No. 67 Attempto entry will be piloted by the manufacturer’s increased factory driver lineup of Mirko Bortolotti/Christian Engelhart (GRT) and Marco Mapelli/Giovanni Venturini (Attempto)
Ezequiel Perez Companc and Norbert Siedler, meanwhile, join the Austrian squad in the No. 19 Lamborghini.
HTP Motorsport has three Mercedes-AMG GT3s entered, with no drivers listed for now, while AKKA ASP adds another four Mercedes-AMGs to the field.
ROWE Racing is the only team running the BMW M6 GT3, while the same can be said of Strakka Racing and McLaren GT.
ISR fields two Audis and has attracted two new drivers with Clemens Schmidt and Kevin Ceccon, as fellow Audi team Sainteloc Racing has reduced its presence to only a single entry.
Reiter Engineering is back following a one year absence and has entered a Lamborghini Gallardo R-EX for Reiter Young Stars graduates Marko Helistekangas and Caitlin Wood in the Silver Cup.
There are four Ferrari 488 GT3s in the field, two of those are entered by Kessel Racing, while AF Corse Spirit of Race and Rinaldi each add one.
Opening round at Misano is set for April 1-2.