2019 Supercup season
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|Platform Used||rFactor 2|
|Mod Used||GPVWC CL modular|
|Engine Supplier(s)||GPVWC 3400cc turbocharged V6|
|Tyre Supplier(s)||GPVWC brand G|
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|GPVWC series in 2019|
* Temporary name
Teams and drivers
- Scuderia Basilea, Green Stripes Racing and YTF1 were promoted to the Superleague.
- Scuderia Clay Geeli, Cosmo Seiki Japan, Draig Racing and Holland Racing Team were promoted to the new 2nd Career Ladder tier (currently referred to as Superleague 2).
- Deltec Racing Team and THUnderdog did not continue in the Career Ladder into 2019.
- Downforce Racing and Shift Gear Racing were promoted from Formula Challenge. Drillers Motorsport also moved up to Supercup, becoming a seperate entity to Torrent Motorsports.
- Frami Autosport, Fusion Racing, Team Rookie Monsters, Rowen GP and TCS Off Racing all made their Career Ladder debuts in 2019.
- Former Supercup champions Torrent Motorsports return to the series, having been promoted from Formula Challenge. Torrent last competed in Supercup in their championship-winning year, 2012.
- Enterprise Pulsars return to the Supercup after a 2-year absence.
- The engine formula was changed from naturally-aspriated V8s to turbochard V6 powerplants.
- Adjustable fuel mixture settings were introduced to the championship.
- Other changes include revised gear ratios, tyres and aerodynamics.
For 2019, the Career Ladder schedule has been radically adjusted, with Supercup races moving from Wednesdays to Tuesday nights.
The 2019 testing schedule was as follows:
|Preseason Test #1||TBC||TBD|
|Preseason Test #2||TBC||TBD|
The 2019 calendar was reduced from 18 down to 16 rounds.
- The Chinese, French, Austrian, Hungarian and Abu Dhabi Grands Prix were removed from the calendar.
- The Malaysian, Bahrain and Turkish Grands Prix made a return after a gap of four and two seasons absent respectively.
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2020 Supercup season