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GT Challenge 2023 goes full-on ‘Murica

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The GT Challenge returns to rFactor2 for 2023, with plenty of close-quarter, door-to-door GT3 action in prospect. but the complete calendar heads to some of the most iconic and well-known tracks in the USA.

With a very tight schedule spanning over six weeks, it will multiple splits battle for top honours, with a wide mix of GT3 cars set to hit the tracks running, with the usual suspects such as Aston Martin, Porsche, BMW and Ferrari very much to the fore, and maybe even the odd Radical or two…..

Open Quailfying has already begun as of February 21st, which will set the respective grids, where drivers will be able to use any of the GT3 cars available on the platform.

This is before the racing gets underway with Round 1 at Long Beach GP, one of the latest tracks to be added via the lastest Q1 Update and Content drop, which also includes new GT3 tyre models and physics, an update to the Cinematics function and and the addition of the Honda Civic Type R (FK8) from the BTCC.

Here is the complete calendar in full:

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The format over each round will see drivers compete over two races, with a maximum 30 cars per split, with a 15-minute Sprint race, followed up with a 45-minute race that will feature a reverse top-ten grid to spice things up.

All races will be broadcasted via rFactor Live on Twitch, with sign-ups already available via the link below:

2023 rFactor2 GT Challenge Sign Ups