The final races of the FFSA French GT Championship will be held at the Circuit Paul Ricard, along with the customary presentation of titles and honours; not just for the FFSA GT France but also for the Peugeot 308 Racing Cup, F4 France Championship as well as the Porsche Carerra Cup France and the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Benelux. In addition to all of that this event will be the Boss GP series’ first official appearance on the official French Motor Sports Federation (FFSA) calendar.
After a highly successful first season the 2018 FFSA GT4 France Championship is sure to put on a great show.
Especially now that in addition to the seven constructors present in 2017, two new constructors, Audi and Mercedes, have joined up along with a host of new models which will surely add even more spice to the meetings.
Just like last year, the Circuit Paul Ricard will be the host to the season's final French Circuits FFSA Championship meeting including that of the FFSA GT-GT4 France Championship. And once these two final one-hour races have passed the finishing lines, the FFSA GT France Pro-Am and AM driver and team champions will be crowned.
A number of other major disciplines will be on the bill: the Porsche Carerra Cup France and the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Benelux, the Peugeot 308 Racing Cup, the French F4 Championship and, for the first time in France, the Boss GP single-seaters.
The French Circuits Championship has become a key event in the motor-racing competition calendar and its thrills will not be limited to the track. The Circuit Paul Ricard meeting is sure to provide its public and fans with a more than complete spectacle. There will be a number of entertainments in the paddock.
BMW and Peugeot will propose a number of different activities; the Motul stand will fascinate everyone.
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