SRO Motorsports Group has revealed plans to begin the European racing season this summer, with a revised calendar now confirmed for the GT4 European Series.
Though dates and venues have been altered, the GT4 European Series will retain its planned six-round schedule this season, with each featuring two races per weekend.
All events will run alongside GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS, beginning with the season launch at Imola in July.
The championship will then be present at Misano, the Nürburgring and Zandvoort, before taking its place on the support line-up for the Total 24 Hours of Spa.
The curtain will fall on the GT4 European Series at Circuit Paul Ricard over the weekend of 13-15 November.
The health of those involved remains a priority. Events will be staged under local regulations and with appropriate precautions in place, while SRO will adopt stringent social distancing rules to maintain the safety of competitors, circuit workers and the wider community.
Further information on these measures will be communicated in due course. In the meantime, efforts are focused on returning to racing and delivering an exciting season of racing in 2020.
REVISED 2020 GT4 EUROPEAN SERIES CALENDAR
25-26 July Imola
7-9 August Misano
5-6 September Nürburgring
25-27 September Zandvoort
20-25 October Spa-Francorchamps
13-15 November Paul Ricard
All dates remain subject to government and ASN measures covering the resumption of sporting events. The revised calendar will be amended accordingly if GT World Challenge Europe is unable to begin its 2020 campaign in July.