Great demand: Formula 3000 and V6 World Series by Renault/Nissan will again have their own classification within the BOSS GP Racing Series in 2022.
Europe’s fastest racing series is expanding its portfolio for drivers and teams: In addition to the OPEN and FORMULA categories, Formula 3000 cars built in 2002 or later and World Series by Renault or Nissan cars with the six-cylinder engine will get a boost in the form of their own class.
As in the other two classes OPEN and FORMULA, SUPER LIGHTS will have their own award ceremony with trophies after each race and an official BOSS GP champion at the end of the year. In 2021, the SUPER LIGHTS already made their debut at several BOSS GP races. Class victories were celebrated by the two Italians Maurizio Copetti and Walter Colacino.
For fans, the new class is also easily recognisable by the starting numbers between 100 and 999.
Season registration (until 18 February 2022) for the SUPER LIGHTS class costs 1,450 euros net. The entry fees per event are also offered at the special price of 1,500 euros net. Teams can find more details under this link.
Interested teams and pilots can contact BOSS GP’s General Manager Dario Pergolini with any questions: email@example.com or +41 78 670 15 00.
From Red Bull Ring on: own class for Formula 3000 and V6 World Series by Renault/Nissan cars.
The BOSS GP Racing Series extend his offer for drivers and teams. From the next race at the Red Bull Ring (21/22 May) there will be a new SUPER LIGHTS class in addition to the OPEN and FORMULA classifications.
This class is for Formula 3000 cars built in 1996 and later and for World Series by Renault and Nissan cars with six-cylinder engines. As in the other two classes, the SUPER LIGHTS will have there own award ceremony with trophies after each race.
Interested teams and pilots can contact BOSS GP’s Race Coordinator Malin Strandberg for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org or +43 650 78 40 784
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:
22 drivers and 11 teams have already confirmed their participation in the BOSS GP race series 2019. New for the upcoming season: The PRESTIGE category for cars with 6-cylinder engines.
In 2019, if there are enough registrations, a separate classification for the 6-cylinder cars will be awarded. This concerns, among other cars, older World Series vehicles. Alongside the OPEN (F1, IndyCar) and the FORMULA (GP2, World Series, A1 GP, Auto GP, Superleague etc.), there is now a third classification within the Big Open Single Seaters.
With Formula Prestige and ESBA Racing, two new teams have announced their involvement in the BOSS GP 2019. The GT-experienced team ESBA enters a 1997 Benetton F1 for the German Ulf Ehninger. This would allow us to see a second B197 in the OPEN class alongside Phil Stratford’s car.
The Italian based team Formula Prestige has announced two drivers seats. You can still apply to the team for a place in one of their World Series race cars. More details on their fan page: www.facebook.com/formulaprestige