championship DATA NEXT EVENT
IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship 25 -28 january 2018 Rolex 24 at Daytona, U.S.A. MORE INFO

The IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Challenge is the most important American championship for GT cars and Prototypes. All the cars are divided into four categories: Daytona Prototype, Lmp2, GTLM (Gran Turismo Le Mans) and GTD (Gran Turismo Daytona).

The GTD is the class in which competes the Lamborghini Huracán GT3, currently deployed by customer teams that tackle all 12 rounds of season 2018. Some of these events are famous endurance races like the 24 Hours of Daytona, the 12 Hours of Sebring and the Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta.

ADAC GT MASTERS 13 -15 april 2018 Oschersleben, Germany MORE INFO

Organized by Allgemeiner Deutscher Automobil-Club, the ADAC GT Masters is the national German GT championship. It hosts only GT3 cars and the weekend includes two single races of one hour each. The calendar runs on seven seasonal events.

BLANCPAIN GT SERIES 06 -08 april 2018 Sprint series, Zolder, Belgium MORE INFO

The Blancpain GT Series is one of the most important European gran turismo championships, for the fascination of the tracks that host races, both for the quantity and the quality of the cars lined up on the grid. The championship is divided into two series: Sprint Cup, with races of one hour each, and Endurance Cup with long lasting competitions, including the famous 24 Hours of Spa Francorchamps. The Lamborghini Huracán GT3 competes in both series and the Endurance Cup racing weekends are concomitant with the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Europe.

BRITISH GT CHAMPIONSHIP 31 -02 april 2018 Oulton Park, Uk MORE INFO

Organized by SRO, the same promoter of the Blancpain GT Series, the British GT Championship consists of seven rounds in the most famous English racetracks: Brands Hatch, Silverstone, Donington Park, Oulton Park; the only event outside UK is Spa Francorchamps.


The reference championship for GT cars in Italy is promoted by ACI Sport Italia and consists of seven events, all hosted in the major Italian race circuits: Monza, Imola, Misano, Mugello, Vallelunga. The grid is formed by GT3 cars and GT Cup cars. The presence of Lamborghini is guaranteed in the top category with the Huracán GT3 and in the GT Cup with the Huracán Super Trofeo, to which is reserved a dedicated ranking.

INTERNATIONAL GT OPEN 14 -15 april 2018 Estoril, Portugal MORE INFO

Now in its 13th season, the 2018 International GT Open season runs on seven rounds at the most fascinating European race tracks, such as Estoril, Spa, Paul Ricard, Silverstone, Red Bull Ring, Monza and Barcelona. With GT3 cars only, the International GT Open differs from other GT championships for a unique method to balance the performance of the cars, based on time handicap.

INTERNATIONAL ENDURANCE SERIES 09 -11 march 2018 12h Silverstone, Uk MORE INFO

The peculiarity of this season is the length of the race. The International Endurance Series provides for seven events from 12 and 24 hours each. Varied also the participation of the cars, with different classes of membership where the GT3 class represents the cutting edge.

MICHELIN GT3 LE MANS CUP 14 -15 april 2018 Le Castellet, France MORE INFO

Introduced in 2016, the Michelin GT3 Le Mans Cup is a new championship organized by the Automobile Club de l'Ouest and reserved for  GT3 and Lmp3 class’ cars. Five seasonal events are held in conjunction with the ELMS (European Le Mans Series) championship, with two-hours races.

BLANCPAIN GT SERIES ASIA 14 -15 april 2018 Sepang, Malaysia MORE INFO

Starting from 2017, SRO expands its borders and goes towards asian countries with the brand new Blancpain GT Series Asia. Six rounds, twelve races, four countries and the best circuits open to GT3 and GT4 cars for a multi-class action on track. And as side event, there's the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia.

AUSTRALIAN GT 22 -25 march 2018 Albert Park, Australia MORE INFO

Even the Australian GT Championship welcomes, among the various categories on the track, the growing number of GT3s cars including the Lamborghini Huracán. The CAMS Australian Endurance Championship (AEC) was created in 2016 as a result of the on-going growth of GT racing in Australia. The AEC will be contested over four rounds with two in New Zealand. The AEC races will each have two timed compulsory pit stops and each car will have two drivers. The endurance races will be perfect for PRO/AM driver combinations however many cars will have two amateur ranked drivers.

CHINA GT CHAMPIONSHIP 14 -15 october 2017 Season ended, see you in 2018. MORE INFO

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.




SUPER GT 07 -08 april 2018 Okayama, Japan MORE INFO

Born in 1993 as the JGTC, the SuperGT is one of the most respected championship in the world. Many European drivers decided to devote themselves to this championship thanks to the high technical and professional level. The Super GT is divided into two classes: GT500 and GT300, the latter open to GT3 cars such as the Lamborghini Huracán which in 2016 made his debut in this series. Eight races on the calendar, all of them in Japanese territory but one that takes place in Thailand.


The Lamborghini Huracán GT3 is based on a hybrid body shell mainly formed of aluminum and reinforced with carbon fiber components in the areas of greatest torsional stress. The body shell is equipped with a roll cage that meets FIA regulations and extends to the rear end, thus enhancing torsional stiffness. The body is crafted in composite materials (CFK, Kevlar, fiberglass), and the aerodynamics were developed together with Dallara Engineering, featuring the direct support of Gian Paolo Dallara, the company's founder.


Special attention has naturally been paid to safety. The seat in the Lamborghini Huracán GT3 is formed from a carbon fiber shell meeting FIA specification 8862 and an OMP fire extinguishing system with seven nozzles. An additional safety feature is the roof hatch system, a device that enables rescuers to provide first aid to the driver in case of accident, through a carbon fiber panel that is easily accessed on the roof.


The Huracán GT3 is powered by a naturally aspirated 90° V10 engine with a displacement of 5.2 liters and direct injection. The engine is derived from the street version of the Huracán. Electronic control is provided by a Bosch Motorsport control unit. All the electrical wiring is specifically designed for racing use, to ensure faster and easier service by technicians. Maximum power and torque can be varied to suit the type of intake restrictor that every GT championship applies to engines according to the Balance of Performance, a tool for equalizing the performance of GT cars. Also modified is the weight of the vehicle, which in the Huracán GT3's case is 1,230 Kg (dry weight).

With rear-wheel drive, the Huracán GT3 is equipped with a Hör 6-speed sequential.


The brake system includes Brembo Racing discs. The front units are 380 mm in diameter and have 6-piston calipers, with 355 mm discs and 4-piston calipers at the rear. The brakes are also equipped with a supplementary cooling system for the discs and calipers. The Bosch Motorsport ABS system boasts ten positions that can be selected by the driver using a button on the steering wheel, and the same is true for the traction control adjustment, which can also be set over ten parameters to trigger the system according to road grip and degree of tire wear.