GT3 World Cup

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GT3 World Cup
Guia.png
Venue Guia Circuit
Number of times held 1
First held 2018
Most wins (Drivers) Mexico.png Michael Teichmann (1)
Most wins (Teams) Mexico.png TR Bluvos Motorsports (1)
Last event 2018
Last race
Pole Position Mexico.png Michael Teichmann, 2:19.599
TR Bluvos Motorsports
Winner Mexico.png Michael Teichmann, 12 laps
TR Bluvos Motorsports
Fastest lap Mexico.png Michael Teichmann, 2:20.322
TR Bluvos Motorsports

The GT3 World Cup event is part of the league's season finale events. It is heavily orientated towards the real GT3 World Cup races and thus mirrors the GT3 World Cup weekend schedules, which contains a 15 minute Qualifying, the race will be started right afterwards. As it's the season-ending event of IVRC it will be held once a year, usually one week after the real-life GT3 World Cup.

Due to game engine limitations, IVRC does allow only the current GT3 class cars of the real race for the IVRC event.

Race weekend

On Friday, drivers have a 15-minute Qualifying session. The qualifying session decides the grid order for the Qualification Race, which goes over 5 laps. The order for the main race will be decided after the finishing order of the Qualifcation Race and covers the distance of 12 laps.

Specifications

  • Game: Automobilista
  • Eligible Cars:
    • Audi R8 LMS
    • BMW M6 GT3
    • Mercedes-AMG GT3
    • Nissan GT-R GT3
    • Porsche 911 GT3 R

Race winners

Year Drivers Car Team Platform
2018 Mexico.png Michael Teichmann Audi R8 LMS Mexico.png TR Bluvos Motorsports Automobilista