GT3: WORLD CUP IN THE CRASH-BARRIER CANAL

November 15–18, 2018
Since 1954, Macau has been the venue for a race where touring cars, sports cars and single-seaters have all been at home.

FIA WORLD CUP STATUS SINCE 2015

Sports cars have competed on the city circuit ever since the debut in 1954. In 2008 the Macau GT Cup also opened the grid for modern GT3 sports cars. Edoardo Mortara won the race with Audi in 2011, 2012 and 2013. In the 2016 season, the twice-awarded FIA GT World Cup title went to Audi for the first time. In a chaotic race, Belgian Laurens Vanthoor won the trophy in an Audi R8 LMS.
RACE FACTS

RACE FACTS

6.12 kilometres through the inner city of the former Portuguese colony, more than 260 km/h on the quickest straights, walking pace around the hairpin turn and crash-barriers right next to the asphalt that leave no room for mistakes – the Guia Circuit is one of the most varied and demanding city circuits in the world.

FIA GT WORLD CUP

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