The SRO Motorsports Group, series organiser for the forthcoming Blancpain GT Series, has announced the full entry lists.
49 entries will contest the Endurance Cup while 24 full-season entries have been declared for the Blancpain Gt World Challenge Europe, formally the Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup.
Despite the competitiveness of the Mercedes-AMG GT3 during the 2018 season, Lamborghini has the most entries for the 2019 Endurance Cup. Orange 1 FFF Racing Team has entered three Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evos, Barwell Motorsports, GRT Grasser Racing Team and Daiko Lazarus Racing bring two examples of the new-generation car while Target Racing, Ombra Racing Belgian Audi Club Team WRT enter one each.
Mercedes-AMG is represented by seven Mercedes-AMG GT3s. 2018 Teams Champion AKKA ASP Team brings three cars, BLACK FALCON brings two, Strakka Racing has entered one while Ram Racing also has a single entry.
Ferrari will also see seven of its F488 GT3s on the grid for the Endurance Cup. Rinaldi Racing is entering three, two Am Cup entries and one Silver cup entry while HB Racing, Tempesta Racing, SMP Racing and Spirit Of Race all bring one F488 GT3 apiece.
Five new-generation Aston Martin Vantage GT3s will be racing in the 2019 Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup. Garage 59 and R-Motorsport have both entered two each while Oman Racing with TF Sport has a single Pro-Am entry.
Porsche will see four examples of the new 911 GT3 R in the Endurance Cup. ROWE Racing has entered three examples of the new 911 GT3 while GPX Racing and Dinamic Motorsport have entered one apiece.
Bentley is represented with a trio of new-generation Continental GT3s, Bentley team M-Sport having entered two and Team Parker Racing a third with a Pro-Am driver line-up.
With a single entry each, BMW is represented by the #9 Boutsen Ginion BMW M6 GT3, Honda with the #22 Jenson Rocket team RJN Honda NXS GT3, driven by a Silver driver line-up and Lexus by the Tech 1 Racing RC F GT3 Am Cup entry.
You can read the full Blancpain GT Series entry lists, covering the Endurance Cup, the Blancpain Gt Series World Challenge Europe and the overall Blancpain GT Series here..
The Blancpain GT Series grid was invited to test at Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet on March 13 – 14 with the opening round of the Endurance Cup being held at Autodromo Nazionale Monza on April 13 – 14