The Fanatec GT2 European Series has been formulated to bring amateur drivers back to the centre of GT racing, offering world-class cars run by professional teams within a more relaxed atmosphere where they can thrive.
Entering its third season in 2023, the Series continues to grow and evolve to make GT2 racing more accessible to non-professional drivers. The previous age restrictions have been removed and The Iron Cup introduced, while two more manufacturers join the grid.
The 2023 Fanatec GT2 European Series will playout across six double-header rounds hosted at Europe’s elite circuits, including trips to two new tracks at Dijon and Portimão.
New for 2023, The Iron Cup will also be awarded at each round to the top driver pairing with a combined age of 100 years and over in both classes.