Races in 2024

The GB3 Championship races as a support series to the British GT Championship and International GT Open, competing at iconic and historic Formula 1 race tracks such as Spa Francorchamps, Zandvoort, Silverstone and Hungaroring.

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Racing Calendar

Get ready for an exciting season with my racing calendar. Below are the dates for all upcoming races, so you can plan your schedule accordingly.

Oulton Park (British GT)

30 March & 1 April

Silverstone GP (British GT)

27/28 April

Spa-Francorchamps (Euro Races)

1/2 June

Hungaroring (GT Open)

22/23 June

Zandvoort (Dutch Supercar)

13/14 July

Silvestone Park (British GT)

27/28 July

Donington Park (British GT)

7/8 Sept

Brands Hatch (British GT)

28/29 Sept

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About the GB3 Championship

Since its inaugural season in 2013, the GB3 Championship has forged a reputation as the UK’s leading single-seater championship, with consistently strong grids and an emphasis on equality and affordability. As a result, the championship has attracted a significant number of highly talented drivers, including George Russell, Lando Norris, Tom Gamble, Johnathan Hoggard, Zak O’Sullivan and Luke Browning, with the last four winners of the Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Award, the world’s most prestigious prize for young aspiring F1 drivers.

GB3 routinely attracts drivers from around the world and the championship will run alongside the British GT Championship again, continuing the traditional package that ran successfully on UK circuits for so many years. New for 2024 however, will be the addition of a third European weekend, meaning it will be elevated to FIA International Series status, subject to FIA approval.

Series prizes include a free FIA Formula 3 Championship test, the return of the Jack Cavill Pole Position Cup – where drivers receive £250 and a trophy per pole position, while the driver with the most poles at the end of the season receives a trophy and £2,000, and in
2022 the drivers leading the championship in May received an invitation for a tour of the Oracle Red Bull Racing Formula 1 factory.