2020 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|
|2005 · 2006 · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018 · 2019 · 2020|
|GPVWC series in 2020|
Teams and drivers
|Supercup Team||Base||Abbreviation||Chassis||Tyre||No.||Race Drivers||Rounds||Test/Reserve Driver(s)|
|Crossfire||Crossfire||SC-017||G||26||David Jundt||János Bracsók|
|Cliffhanger Racing||Cliffhanger||SC-017||G||98||Wesley Stefano||TBC|
|Namaco||H2O Namaco||SC-017||G||34||Frank Hamming||Tom Vos|
|Malta Force||Malta Force||SC-017||G||44||Pedro Gomes||TBC|
|PB Racing||PB||SC-017||G||4||Tom van der Voort||Tom Parker|
|Pescara SRT||Pescara||SC-017||G||6||Adriano Oppecini||TBC|
|PLS Racing Team||PLS||SC-017||G||81||TBC||TBC|
|PZZW Racing||PZZW||SC-017||G||16||Kacper Michalak||TBC|
|Razor GP||Razor||SC-017||G||5||Jannis Wollborn||TBC|
|Rowen Grand Prix||Rowen||SC-017||G||78||TBC||TBC|
|ST Racing||ST||SC-017||G||27||Mark Fuller||TBC|
- TG Racing, TCS Off Racing, Fusion Racing and 2019 champions Zedderick Racing were promoted to Superleague Lights.
- Enterprise Pulsars, Shift Gear Racing, GT Omega RPM eSports, Drillers Esports, Racing Team Schroten and Torrent Racing opted not to continued after the 2019 season.
- AB Racing, mouseOne Racing, PZZW Racing Team, Kellamity MTR, H2O Namaco, Razor GP, PLS Racing Team and RTD Simracing were all promoted from the Formula Challenge.
- PB Racing and THUnderdog both returned to the Career Ladder after taking multiple years out.
- Pescara SRT entered directly into Supercup series for 2020.
- Satellite Racing were dropped from Superleague Lights after the 2019 season.
- To be Announced
The 2020 calendar follows the 16-round limit introduced in 2019.
The 2020 testing schedule was as follows:
|Preseason Test #1||TBC||TBD|
|Preseason Test #2||TBC||TBD|
- The Malaysian, Spanish and, controversially, Monaco Grands Prix were removed from the calendar. The Malaysian round had only been reintroduced in 2019, while the Spanish Grand Prix had been held, at different venues, since 2002. The Monaco Grand Prix, however, had been held every year since the formation of GPVWC, with the only exception of during the curtailed 2001 season.
- The Dutch, French and Russian Grands Prix were reintroduced. The French race was last held in 2018 while Russia had been absent since the end of 2017. The Dutch Grand Prix, together with Zandvoort, was last held in 2012, despite an aborted attempt to hold the Grand Prix at Assen in 2016.
|GPVWC Supercup season