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*[[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.
 
*[[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.
  
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===New & Returning entries===
  
 
*[[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.
 
*[[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.
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*[[Pescara SRT]] entered directly into [[Supercup]] series for 2020.
 
*[[Pescara SRT]] entered directly into [[Supercup]] series for 2020.
 
*[[Satellite Racing]] were dropped from [[Superleague Lights]] after the 2019 season.
 
*[[Satellite Racing]] were dropped from [[Superleague Lights]] after the 2019 season.
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*[[Gallery 82 Motorsport]] made their debut at the second round of the 2020 season at Bahrain as the 15th Supercup team.
  
 
==Technical changes==
 
==Technical changes==

Latest revision as of 21:56, 21 March 2020

2020 Supercup season
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Competition Supercup
Title Sponsor TBC
Platform Used 397rFactor2.png rFactor 2
Rounds
Mod Used GPVWC CL modular
Carshape F2-inspired
Engine Supplier(s) GPVWC 3400cc turbocharged V6
Tyre Supplier(s) GPVWC brand G
Drivers
Teams
Drivers' Champion
Teams' Champion
Supercup Seasons
2005 · 2006 · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018 · 2019 · 2020
GPVWC series in 2020
Career Ladder

Superleague
Superleague Lights
Supercup
Formula Challenge
Academy

The 2020 Supercup season will be the 13th GPVWC Supercup season.

Teams and drivers

Supercup Team Base Abbreviation Chassis Tyre No. Race Drivers Rounds Test/Reserve Driver(s)
England Crossfire

England Oxford, England

Crossfire SC-017 G 26
Switzerland
David Jundt
Hungary János Bracsók
28 Belgium Matteo Keersmaekers
India Cliffhanger Racing

India India

Cliffhanger SC-017 G 98 Netherlands Wesley Stefano   TBC
96 Serbia Milan Rajković
Netherlands Namaco

Netherlands The Netherlands

H2O Namaco SC-017 G 34 Netherlands Frank Hamming Netherlands Tom Vos
38 Netherlands Menno Klont
Netherlands Gallery 82 Motorsport

Netherlands The Netherlands

Gallery 82 SC-017 G 55 Poland Michał Gałka   TBC
88 Poland Damian Kardasz
England Kellamity MTR

England England

Kellamity SC-017 G 89 Wales Matt Richards England Dan Kell
91 Italy Lorenzo De Ciutiis
Malta Malta Force

Malta Mtarfa, Malta

Malta Force SC-017 G 44 Portugal Pedro Gomes   TBC
77 Guernsey Craig Patteson
England PB Racing

England Swindon, England

PB SC-017 G 4 Netherlands Tom van der Voort England Tom Parker
85 England Ben Willis
Italy Pescara SRT

Italy Bucchianico, Italy

Pescara SC-017 G 6 Italy Adriano Oppecini   TBC
7 Italy Alessandro Quintaiè
Poland PLS Racing Team

Poland Poland

PLS SC-017 G 81 Poland Pawel Andrzejewski Poland Mateusz Ziubinski
82 Poland Mateusz Dabrowski
Poland PZZW Racing

Poland Poland

PZZW SC-017 G 16 Poland Kacper Michalak   TBC
48 Poland Aleksander Rogoza
Germany Razor GP

Germany Germany

Razor SC-017 G 5 Germany Jannis Wollborn   TBC
94 Brazil Rodrigo Carvalho
Germany RTD Simracing

Germany Germany

RTD SC-017 G 90 Germany Philipp Konig   TBC
93 Serbia Mihajlo Vicentijevic
Netherlands Rowen Grand Prix

Netherlands Gorinchem, The Netherlands

Rowen SC-017 G 78 Poland Jakub Kowalski   TBC
87 England Nigel Marshall
United States Satellite Racing

United States West Palm Beach, FL, United States

Satellite SC-017 G 32 United States Sven de Vries   TBC
64 Bulgaria Ivan Leonov
England ST Racing

England Chandler's Ford, England

ST SC-017 G 27 England Mark Fuller   TBC
33 Germany Leon Bock

Team changes

New & Returning entries

Technical changes

  • To be Announced

2020 Calendar

The 2020 calendar follows the 16-round limit introduced in 2019.

Round Grand Prix Circuit Date Start Time
GMT BST
1 Australian Grand Prix Australia Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit, Melbourne TBA 19:00
2 Bahrain Grand Prix Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir TBA 19:00
3 Turkish Grand Prix Turkey Istanbul Park , Turkey TBA 19:00
4 Dutch Grand Prix Netherlands Circuit Park Zandvoort, Zandvoort TBA 18:00 19:00
5 Azerbaijan Grand Prix Azerbaijan Baku City Circuit, Baku TBA 18:00 19:00
6 Canadian Grand Prix Canada Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal TBA 18:00 19:00
7 French Grand Prix France Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet TBA 18:00 19:00
8 British Grand Prix United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit, Northamptonshire TBA 18:00 19:00
9 German Grand Prix Germany Hockenheimring, Hockenheim TBA 18:00 19:00
10 Belgian Grand Prix Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Spa TBA 18:00 19:00
11 Italian Grand Prix Italy Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, Monza TBA 18:00 19:00
12 Singapore Grand Prix Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore TBA 18:00 19:00
13 Russian Grand Prix Russia Sochi Autodrom, Sochi TBA 18:00 19:00
14 Japanese Grand Prix Japan Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka TBA 18:00 19:00
15 United States Grand Prix United States Circuit of the Americas, Austin TBA 18:00 19:00
16 Brazilian Grand Prix Brazil Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo TBA 19:00

Testing

The 2020 testing schedule was as follows:

Test Date Venue
Preseason Test #1 TBC   TBD
Preseason Test #2 TBC   TBD

Calendar changes

  • 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.

External Links

Preceded by:
2019
GPVWC Supercup season
2020
Succeeded by:
2021