2018 Supercup season
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Teams and drivers
- Epic Racing, Evolution Motorsports and Measuric Racing were all promoted to Superleague.
- Hinss Motorsport and Satellite Racing did not continue into 2018.
- Cosmo Seiki Japan formally changed their team nationality to Japanese and their base to Hamamatsu, Japan, after announcing an intention to do so earlier in 2017.
- Scuderia Clay Geeli (formerly Bastvik Grand Prix), Holland Racing Team, THUnderdog and YTF1 were promoted from Formula Challenge.
- Scuderia Basilea were promoted from Formula Challenge and returned to the Supercup after a three-year absence.
- Green Stripes Racing, no longer competing in the Superleague, returned to the Supercup after a five-year absence.
|Round||Race Title||Grand Prix||Circuit||Conditions||Date||Start Time|
|1||Australian Grand Prix||Australian GP||Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit, Melbourne||TBC||28th February 2018||TBC||19:00|| |
|2||Chinese Grand Prix||Chinese GP||Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai||TBC||14th March 2018||TBC||19:00|| |
|3||Azerbaijan Grand Prix||Azerbaijan GP||Baku City Circuit, Baku||TBC||28th March 2018||TBC||18:00||19:00|
|4||Spanish Grand Prix||Spanish GP||Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona||TBC||11th Arpil 2018||TBC||18:00||19:00|
|5||Monaco Grand Prix||Monaco GP||Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo||TBC||25th April 2018||TBC||18:00||19:00|
|6||Canadian Grand Prix||Canadian GP||Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal||TBC||9th May 2018||TBC||18:00||19:00|
|7||French Grand Prix||French GP||Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet||TBC||23rd May 2018||TBC||18:00||19:00|
|8||Austrian Grand Prix||Austrian GP||Red Bull Ring, Spielberg||TBC||6th June 2018||TBC||18:00||19:00|
|9||British Grand Prix||British GP||Silverstone Circuit, Northamptonshire||TBC||20th June 2018||TBC||18:00||19:00|
|10||German Grand Prix||German GP||Hockenheimring, Hockenheim||TBC||4th July 2018||TBC||18:00||19:00|
|11||Hungarian Grand Prix||Hungarian GP||Hungaroring, Budapest||TBC||1st August 2018||TBC||18:00||19:00|
|12||Belgian Grand Prix||Belgian GP||Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Spa||TBC||15th August 2018||TBC||18:00||19:00|
|13||Italian Grand Prix||Italian GP||Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, Monza||TBC||29th August 2018||TBC||18:00||19:00|
|14||Singapore Grand Prix||Singapore GP||Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore||TBC||12th September 2018||TBC||18:00||19:00|
|15||Japanese Grand Prix||Japanese GP||Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka||TBC||26th September 2018||TBC||18:00||19:00|
|16||United States Grand Prix||United States GP||Circuit of the Americas, Austin||TBC||10th October 2018||TBC||18:00||19:00|
|17||Brazilian Grand Prix||Brazilian GP||Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo||TBC||24th October 2018||TBC||19:00|| |
|18||Abu Dhabi Grand Prix||Abu Dhabi GP||Yas Marina Circuit, Yas Island||TBC||7th November 2018||TBC||19:00|| |
The 2018 testing schedule is as follows:
|Preseason Test #1||14th February 2018||Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Imola|
|Preseason Test #2||21st February 2018||Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, Mexico City|
- The Russian Grand Prix and Mexican Grand Prix were removed from the calendar.
- The location of the Spanish Grand Prix changed from the Valencia Street Circuit to the Circuit de Catalunya, Catalunya hosting the race again after swapping with Valencia in 2017.
- The location of the German Grand Prix likewise changed back from the Nurburgring to the Hockenheimring.
- The French Grand Prix returned to the calendar after a four-year absence, with the Circuit Paul Ricard hosting the event for the first time in 2018.
- The Azerbaijan Grand Prix would be contested for the first time in 2018.