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Endurance Racing Legends

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SRO Motorsports Group is set to celebrate its 30th anniversary with a historic line-up by Peter Auto to open the world’s biggest GT race, the TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa (28-31 July).

Since 1992, Stéphane Ratel has been organising international events for Grand Touring cars. To celebrate this anniversary, the president and founder of SRO Motorsports Group asked Patrick Peter, his friend and former partner, to set up a stage called SRO 30th GT Anniversary 2022 alongside the TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa.

> Live the RACE 1 on Friday 29 July from 17:05

SRO Motorsports Group is set to celebrate its 30th anniversary with a historic line-up by Peter Auto to open the world’s biggest GT race, the TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa (28-31 July).

Since 1992, Stéphane Ratel has been organising international events for Grand Touring cars. To celebrate this anniversary, the president and founder of SRO Motorsports Group asked Patrick Peter, his friend and former partner, to set up a stage called SRO 30th GT Anniversary 2022 alongside the TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa.

-> Live the RACE 2 on Saturday 30th July from 14h00

Introduction

The most modern cars competing in circuit events organised by Peter Auto can be found in this series. It brings together machines that young spectators go wild about: GTs and prototypes from the 1990s and 2000s.

This grid is intended for GT1 cars such as Ferrari F40 LM and 550, McLaren F1 GTR, Porsche 911 GT1, GT2 icons like the Porsche 993 GT2 to 997 RSR, Chrysler Viper GTS-R, and Ferrari 360 to F430 GTC, plus of course prototypes like the iconic Audi R8 LMP and Bentley Speed 8. This grid is intended for GT1 cars such as Ferraris F40 LM and 550, McLarens F1 GTR, Porsches 911 GT1, GT2 icons like the Porsches 993 GT2 to 997 RSR, Chrysler Vipers GTS-R, and Ferraris 360 to F430 GTC, plus of course prototypes like the iconic Audis R8 LMP and Bentleys Speed 8. The rise of Endurance Racing Legends represents a real nod to Peter Auto, the organizer having largely contributed to the history of these cars on the circuits, both in the 1990s with the BPR (Barth-Peter-Ratel) than in the 2000s with the Le Mans Series.

2023 SEASON

FORMAT Track time

Free practices : 1 x 30′
Qualifications : 1 x 30′
Race : 2 x 30′

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