Racing on Formula 1's most modern circuits such as the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi and Bahrain International Circuit appeals to the imagination. Typically, the Porsche Sprint Challenge Middle East in March is traditionally part of Formula 1 at the Bahrain Grand Prix. This class is ideal for drivers who want to continue racing during the winter period from November to March.
Maintaining the rhythm in the pleasant climate of the modern Middle East is certainly no punishment. It’s also great for everyone's development to race on new circuits. Prior to each race weekend, GP Elite plans one or two testdays to collect data and dot the i's, in terms of setup. This is highly desirable in a strong international starting field.
There are three racing classes combined; Pro, Pro-AM and AM (Gentlemen). Sprint races are driven on the cutting edge in a very competitive starting field with GT3 Cup cars and GT4 Clubsport. Every driver error immediately costs a few places, as it should in sprint racing.
Team GP Elite offers the possibility to participate according to the Arrive & Drive principle in a GT3 Cup car or GT4 Clubsport that is already ready on the spot and will be transported for you to every race.