This summer, the IMSS league at Race2Play.com
is hosting a few exhibition races based on the FIA Group 2 and Group 4 sports cars from the mid 1970's ("GTC-76" Category). We've setup these exhibition events to get a better sense of how much interest there would be in a full championship in our current Euro and US friendly time slot.
Here's a quick summary of of the exhibition events:
- 200 Kilometer races, approximately 90 minutes in length, with the added element of pit stop strategy;
- The track selection includes Sebring, Hockenheim and a final event at Spa Francorchamps;
- Changeable lighting will be utilized to further challenge the driver's abilities. For example, round one at Sebring will begin in the day and end in dusk. Meanwhile, round 3 at Spa will begin in the dusk, and end at night. Existing track lighting is also available to assist drivers at both tracks.
This January we successfully hosted the Super Touring Cup for Race07
drawing over 20 international drivers per race. Our goal is to create the same amount buzz for a full championship using GT legends starting this Fall, with new cars and new tracks. But before we can commit resources to this project, we want to assess the level of interest in GT Legends beginning with these exhibition events.
Of course, the best way to show your interest, is to join our summer fun-races and tell you friends about it too. You can review the complete schedule for the Vintage GT Endurance Exhibition Series on the series page at Race2Play.com by clicking: HERE
For your convenience, we have also prepared a "GT Legends FAQ"
to help you get your copy of GT Legends up to date and running. Even if you're a GT Legends veteran, I would still recommend reviewing the FAQ to make sure you've maximized your performance. You can find the document linked: HERE
If you're already a member of Race2Play.com, you can send me an email from my account linked: HERE
If you're not a member of Race2Play.com, you can very easily get started by creating a free account here: HERE