Endurance eRacing World Championship Calendar 2021 – Updated

The task was laid and the objective was clear: Using tracks approved or officially licensed by Studio 397 we want to create the toughest endurance racing series ever seen in sim racing,  We started by listening to our teams, with that interaction we feel our plans and the teams are better aligned through 2021.  There was a lot of debate with Race Management ensuring GTR24H race weekends sat in such a way they didn’t collide with other major Sim racing series and real-life events.  It was also quickly agreed that even though the 12-hour races of 2020 have been a lot of fun and quite compacted, with the new season we wanted to fully commit to the company name.  This means we have in our diary the final two events including Le Man 24-hour will be twice around the clock events. This gives teams a chance to prepare and bring all their skills to the table.  Apart from fitting in the race weekends, there was also the problem of the tracks needing to be approved or fully licensed with Studio 397.  There are of course already three fully licensed iconic endurance racing tracks in rFactor 2: Sebring International Raceway, Nürburgring, and Circuit de la Sarthe.

We also have Silverstone, as it just received major graphics updates. We are racing Matsusaka this year as well and we know the track is varied and creates exciting multi-class racing. But we also realise that S397 are within weeks releasing another track of which there has been much speculation. Rest assured if the newly released track fits in with our 2021 calendar we will be substituting it into our season.  The first track of the season is new for GTR24H. Many of us have raced at Indianapolis Road Course in other series before, and have fond memories of this track. With its high-speed straights and in-field, it is the closest thing we can get to emulating a certain other series season-opening race.

All-in-all this means 4×12-hour races and 2×24 hours of racing for a total of 96 hours of racing in 2021 Endurance eRacing World Championship.  All of it will be run with live stewarding, live race control, and live-streamed with live sim racing expert commentary on all major social media platforms as well as broadcast worldwide through our TV- and broadcasting partners. (More will be announced in the coming weeks).


January 7th to 10th
Official Practice:  January 7th, 20:00 – 22:00 CET
Qualifying 1: January 8th, 19:00-21.00 CET (day)
Qualifying 2: January 8th, 21:30-23:30 CET (night)
Race: January 9th 12:00 CET – January 10th 00:00 CET

EEWC Indianapolis 12H

Online Race



February 4th to 6th
Official Practice:  February 4th, 20:00 – 22:00 CET
Qualifying 1: February 5th, 19:00-21.00 CET (day)
Qualifying 2: February 5th, 21:30-22:30 CET (night)
Race: February 6th 12:00 CET – February 7th 00:00 CET


EEWC Silverstone 12H

Online Race



March 4th to 6th
Official Practice:  March 4th, 20:00 – 22:00 CET
Qualifying 1: March 5th, 19:00-21.00 CET (day)
Qualifying 2: March 5th, 21:30-22:30 CET (night)
Race: March 6th 12:00 CEST – March 7th 00:00 CET


EEWC Sebring 12H

Online Race



June 24th-27th
Official Practice:  June 24th, 20:00 – 22:00 CEST
Qualifying 1: June 25th, 19:00-21.00 CEST (day)
Qualifying 2: June 25th, 21:30-22:30 CEST (night)
Race: June 26th 12:00 CEST – June 26h 0:00 CEST

EEWC Nürburgring 12H

Online Race



August 26th to 29th
Official Practice:  August 26th, 20:00 – 22:00 CEST
Qualifying 1: August 27th, 19:00-21.00 CEST (day)
Qualifying 2: August 27th, 21:30-23:30 CEST (night)
Race: August 28th 14:00 CEST – August 29th 14:00 CEST

Spa-Francorchamps Circuit | Jacos Paddock Motorsport

EEWC Spa Francorchamps 24H

Online Race


October 27th to 31st
Open Practice 1:  October 27th, 20:00 – 00:00 CEST
Open Practice 2:  October 28th, 10:00 – 19:00 CEST
Official Practice 1:  October 28th, 20:00 – 00:00 CEST (night)
Official Practice 2: October 29th, 10:00-15.00 CEST (day)
Qualifying 1: October 29th, 16:00-20.00 CEST (day)
Qualifying 2: October 29th, 21:00-01:00 CEST (night)
Warmup:  October 29th, 10:00 – 14:00 CEST
Race: October 29th 15:00 CEST – October 31st 14:00 CET

EEWC Le Mans 24H

LAN Event or Online – depends on Covid19


* All dates are final, individual times for sessions such as practice and qualifying can be subject to change.

About The Author

Jon Fabricius Turell
Jon is the General Manager and CEO of GTR24H. He uses most of his time with the company trying to secure financial backing and media deals. During races, Jon manages our servers and assists Race Control and Stewards in assigning the correct server commands. Jon will also do social media posts and social media sharing.
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