We invite all interested drivers and teams to register for the upcoming BOSS GP Racing Series season at the latest before February 28, 2023.
In 2023, the BOSS GP Racing Series will once again offer the most professional platform for “gentleman drivers” and young talent to race with Big Open Single Seater cars. Between April and October, races will be held at seven premium European race tracks in five different countries. A race weekend includes two Free Practice sessions, the qualifying and two races.
Circuit Paul Ricard
Le Castellet (FRA)
Red Bull Ring
World Circuit Marco Simoncelli Misano
Misano Adriatico (ITA) without F1 Class
TT Circuit Assen
Brno (CZE) F1 Show Race
30 September–1 October
Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours
Magny-Cours (FRA) F1 Show Race
As usual you can download the Season Application form and the Sporting and Technical Regulations from our website www.bossgp.com/forteams.
The registration form must be completed and sent to email@example.com as well as the registration fee paid by 28/02/2023 at the latest. Please keep in mind, after the 28th of February only the more expensive Guest Driver Application is possible.
Drivers and teams can still register for a BOSS GP full season program until Friday, the 28th of February.
who have not yet registered for the 2020 BOSS GP season, now is the right time!
The last day for the registration for all races and therefore a cheaper
registration fee compared to single entries is next Friday, February 28, 2020.
interested drivers and team will have the option of registering as guest
drivers for individual events after that date. Further information on
registration and regulations can be requested from race coordinator Malin
Strandberg: firstname.lastname@example.org or +43 650 784 07 84
Less than 80 days left until the first BOSS GP race in Mugello and already numerous drivers have registered for our 26th season.
The registration has only started at the beginning of January, and despite this, numerous drivers and teams have already registered for the 2020 season. The interest has rarely been as great as this year. We thank you all, who has already signed for the season!
The regulations of the
spectacular racing series are very similar to those of 2019. Only the fastest
monoposto racing cars of the past 20 years will be allowed to participate. Six
race weekends with twelve races are scheduled for Europe’s fastest racing
series this season. Starting in March with the return to Mugello, followed by
the Jim Clark Revival at the Hockenheimring, Forza Fanatec in Misano, the Cuvee
Sensorium Grand Prix in Assen, the Masaryk Racing Days in Brno and the Pirelli
Grande Final in Imola in October.
Interested drivers and
teams can request their entry form and further information from race
coordinator Malin Strandberg: email@example.com or +43 650 784 07 84
Team Speed Center organises a test day on 29 March 2019 in Navarre, Spain. Teams and drivers from the BOSS GP are very welcome.
The early test is an ideal opportunity for BOSS GP drivers and teams to prepare for the upcoming season. On Friday, March 29, 2019, drivers will be able to drive their race car for 1,500 Euros (net) all day on the track. The test day is hosted by the German BOSS GP team Speed Center. For more information on how to get there, hotels etc., interested parties can contact team principal Markus Lehmann by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Navarre is a province in the north of Spain, on the border to France. The Circuito de Navarra is in the city of Los Arcos and is almost four kilometres long. The FIA classifies the circuit as Grade 2, as does, for example, the BOSS GP circuit in Brno. For those who don’t know the Circuito de Navarra, the following onboard video of a Formula 3 car will give you a first look:
Only 86 days left until the first race of the BOSS GP 2019. Here are the first details about the anniversary season of Europe’s fastest racing series.
Interested drivers and teams can now find the preliminary version of the sporting and technical regulations for the 2019 season on bossgp.com/forteams or directly here for download. The most important changes have been marked yellow in the PDF document.
The biggest change concerns the classification of the classes:
If enough entries are submitted, a separate ranking for the otherwise less competitive 6-cylinder vehicles will be offered in 2019. The name of the new class is BOSS GP Prestige. Cars from the World Series by Renault V6, the World Series by Nissan and Formula 3000 cars built from 2002 onwards are permitted.
This has an effect on the start numbers: The Open class for Formula 1 cars, IndyCars and cars with similar performance gets the starting numbers 1 to 9, the Formula class for Formula 2 and similar cars the numbers 20 to 99, the Prestige class 100 to 990.
Drivers and teams can already submit their entries for the entire season. For all those who register before the end of February, there is a discount on the entry fee. The document can also be found at bossgp.com/forteams or downloaded here. The closing date for entries is March, the 29th 2019.
In 2019 the Big Open Single Seaters (BOSS) will have their 25th season. Six attractive events with 12 races on the most beautiful racetracks in Europe are on the schedule: