China GT Championship is a nationwide championship featuring the world’s most premier automotive brands and is ratified by the Federation of Automobile and Motorcycle Sports of People’s Republic of China (CAMF), as well as authorized by the General Administration of Sports of China. The Championship is listed in the annual national sports competition plan as well as CAMF’s sporting calendar as a national level motorsport event. Based on the principles of being ‘Fair, Just and Open’ China GT is attractive to both Chinese and international drivers and teams.
The China GT Championship top class is for GT3 cars, applying the principles of Balance of Performance (BOP) and a driver categorisation system.
China GT permits three type of driving pairings: Pro/Am, Am/Am and a solo Am. In keeping with the Chinese flavour and to assist in the advancement of Chinese motorsports, each car must have at least one driver who is a holder of racing licence from the Greater China region (China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, Macau).
Xu Jia and Jake Dennis took victory in Round 9 of the China GT Championship at the Chengdu International Circuit, before taking another podium finish in Round 10. Xu in the #7 Audi R8 LMS GT3 now leads the drivers’ classification heading into the China GT Championship season finale in Zhejiang. Following his first appearance […]
Kings Racing’s Xu Jia has claimed the opening round of the 2017 China GT Championship in the hotly contested GT3 category, the Chinese star blitzing the field early to open a commanding lead at various points before Porsche star Martin Ragginger closed him down in the closing laps to cross the line a close second. […]
As the pre-season official test days for the 2017 China GT Championship were held in April, heavyweight Spirit Z Racing confirmed a return to battle in the GT3 class with a Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3. Spirit Z impressed everyone after their performance in last year’s Championship. At the season-opener at Beijing Goldenport Motor Park, Spirit […]
A month or so ago I received an invite to try racing in China GT. In addition to my Audi R8 LMS Cup and Blancpain GT Asia campaigns in 2017, this was the third addition to my calendar. As a result, last month has been flat-out racing for me with 3 race weekends in 4 […]
After an emphatic victory in the opening round of the 2017 China GT Championship for Kings Racing star Xu Jia at Goldenport Circuit in Beijing, the Audi driver achieved the almost unthinkable against a world class field in round two, taking a second win in as many days in dominant fashion. In the end despite […]
SRO Motorsports Group is delighted to announce that the China GT Championship has become the latest series to adopt its GT4 class and Balance of Performance (BoP) regulations. China GT’s inaugural 2016 campaign was built around a GT3 and GTC format. However, that will expand this season to include the more cost-effective GT4 class, which […]