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Now or never

Teams and drivers can only register for this season until Friday (18 February 2022) at a special price.

Interested petrolheads can find the registration form (available as a PDF and as a Word document) under this link. Compared to individual entries, full season registration is cheaper and planning for the organisation is much easier.

The BOSS GP Racing Series will continue to offer participants and fans a spectacle for all the senses in 2022. Seven racing events on the best and safest race tracks in Europe are planned for the Big Open Single Seater. The fastest monopostos of the past 25 years will be brought to life and raced in this series. These include Formula 1 cars, IndyCars, Formula 2 or GP2 cars and bolides from the World Series by Renault. Also eligible are monopostos such as the Rodin FZED or Lotus T125, which are specially designed for use on track days and for gentleman drivers. With the still young class of SUPER LIGHTS, Formula 3000 cars and cars from the World Series by Nissan with the six-cylinder engines also get a new home.

For more information on registration and regulations, please contact BOSS GP General Manager Dario Pergolini at office@bossgp.com or +41 78 670 15 00.

BOSS GP Racing Series Events 2022:

  • 6-8 May | Jim Clark Revival Hockenheim (Germany)
  • 3-5 June | Red Bull Ring Spielberg (Austria)
  • 17-19 June | French Historic Grand Prix Le Castellet (France)
  • TBA | Race to be announced
  • 9-11 September | Masaryk Racing Days Brno (Czech Republic)
  • 14-16 October | Forza Fanatec Mugello (Italy)
  • 4-6 November | Pirelli Grande Finale Misano (Italy)

Photo: Angelo Poletto

Join us in 2022

The registration for the 2022 BOSS GP Racing Series season is now open for teams and drivers.

It is now possible to register for the 2022 season, which runs until 18 February 2022. Compared to individual entries, registration is cheaper. Interested parties can find the registration form (available as a PDF and as a Word document) under this link.

The BOSS GP Racing Series will again offer participants and fans a spectacle for all senses in 2022. Seven race events on the best and safest racetracks in Europe are planned for the Big Open Single Seater. The fastest monopostos of the past 25 years will be brought to life and raced in this series.

For more information on registration and regulations, please contact BOSS GP General Manager Dario Pergolini at office@bossgp.com or +41 78 670 15 00.

BOSS GP Racing Series Events 2022:

  • 6-8 May | Jim Clark Revival Hockenheim (Germany)
  • 3-5 June | Red Bull Ring Spielberg (Austria)
  • 17-19 June | French Historic Grand Prix Le Castellet (France)
  • TBA | Race to be announced
  • 9-11 September | Masaryk Racing Days Brno (Czech Republic)
  • 14-16 October | Forza Fanatec Mugello (Italy)
  • 4-6 November | Pirelli Grande Finale Misano (Italy)

Photo: Robert Lösch

A class of its own: SUPER LIGHTS

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: office@bossgp.com or +41 78 670 15 00.

Pictures: Angelo Poletto/BOSS GP

New class: SUPER LIGHTS

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: race@bossgp.com or +43 650 78 40 784

Photo: Michael Kavena

Last Call for 2021 entry

Start Hockenheim F1 2018

Europe’s fastest racing series shifts up a gear, offering drivers and their unique cars the opportunity to race on the continent’s most attractive tracks again in 2021.

For those who have not yet registered for the 2021 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 on Thursday, February 18, 2021.

However, 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 BOSS GP’s Race Coordinator Malin Strandberg: race@bossgp.com or +43 650 784 07 84

BOSS GP Racing Series Calendar 2021:

  • 6/7 March | BOSS GP Official Test Days Adria (Italy)
  • 9–11 April | BOSS GP Season Opening Mugello (Italy)
  • 7–9 May | Jim Clark Revival Hockenheim (Germany)
  • 18–20 June | Forza Fanatec Misano (Italy)
  • 3/4 July | Pirelli Official BOSS GP Test Days Monza (Italy)
  • 13–15. August | AvD Grand Prix Nürburgring (Germany)
  • 3–5 September | Masaryk Racing Days Brno (Czech Republic)
  • 22–24 October | Grande Finale Imola (Italy)

Huge interest in BOSS GP 2020

View outside of Ingo Gerstl's pit garage

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: race@bossgp.com or +43 650 784 07 84

Test day in March

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 info@speed-center.com

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:

Registration for “Gamma Racing Days” in Assen ends tonight

Zandvoort 2017.

The fifth station of the BOSS GP championship 2017 will be the “Gamma Racing Days” in Assen (NED) on 5th and 6th of August 2017. Registration deadline for teams ends tonight on 27th of July. 

Assen Circuit, located in the north of the Nethederlands, owns an 4.555 km long track. It it host especially for lots of different motorcycle races like motorcycle world championships and superbike world championships. On the weekend from 4th to 6th of August 2017, the “Gamma Racing Days”-weekend will host the BOSS GP crew for their fifth season step. About 100.000 spectators are expected to join the weekend on the circuit – a promising atmosphere for drivers and crews. The crowd will see lots of spectacular series, filling the books with howling and roaring engines and battling out for every centimetre of the asphalt in Assen, like NEC Formula Renault 2.0, Supercar GT & Prototype Challenge, Supercar Challenge, CIK-FIA European Superkart Championship, Yamaha R125 Cup, Yamaha R3-Cup, FIM Sidecar World Championship just to name some of them. BOSS GP season race 9 is scheduled for Saturday (5/08/2017), race 10 for Sunday (6/08/2017).

The deadline for driver registration for both races in Assen (Netherlands) is set on Thursday, 27th of July 2017. Registration can be done online on this link: bossgp.com/registration/assen-2017.

Assen is the fifth station of the Championship 2017 season. Seven race-events all over Europe with stations in Germany, Netherlands, France, Belgium, Czech Republic and Italy will make up the complete 2017 BOSS GP Championship.

Eight season-races are done so far. Currently leading the FORMULA class is Mahaveer Raghunathan (IND, PS Racing by Coloni Motorsport) with 171 points, leader of the OPEN class is Ingo Gerstl (AUT, Team Top Speed) with 100 points. Latest results can be found on our website here: bossgp.com/standings/, details overview about the races done until now can be found here: bossgp.com/races/.

27/07/2017

Registration period for “Zolder Superprix” extended

BOSS GP @ Paul Ricard in June 2017.

The registration period for the fourth station of BOSS GP Championship 2017 at the “Zolder Superprix” (Belgium) has been extended until 6th of July 2017. That has been announced by race coordinator Christian Gaense.

The “Zolder Superprix” in the north-east of Belgium will take place from 14th to 16th of July 2017. Zolder Circuit, located close to Hasselt will be the host for season race 7 and 8 of the BOSS GP season 2017. It was host for lots of spectacular Formula 1 races between 1973 and 1984. Today different Benelux racing series are hold in Zolder, which also was host for different FIA racing events in the last years, like GT- and GT1 Championship.

On the weekend from 14th to 16th of July 2017, the “Zolder Superprix”-weekend will host not only the BOSS GP races, but also the BELCAR Belgian Endurance Championship, TCR-Benelux Touring cars, Supercar Challenge and the new GT & Prototype Challenge. Lots of spectacular series, which fill the books with howling and roaring engines, battling it out for every centimetre of the asphalt in Zolder. BOSS GP season race 7 is scheduled for Saturday (15/07/2017), race 8 for Sunday (16/07/2017).

Deadline for driver registration for the races in Zolder (Belgium) is now set on Thursday, 6th of July 2017. Registration can be done online on this link: www.bossgp.com/registration/zolder-2017.

Zolder is the fourth stop of the Championship 2017 season. Seven races all over Europe with stations in Germany, Netherlands, France, Belgium, Czech Republic and Italy will make up the complete 2017 BOSS GP Championship season.

Six season-races are done so far. Currently leading the FORMULA class is Johann Ledermair (AUT, Ledermair Motorsport) with 147 points, leader of the OPEN class is Ingo Gerstl (AUT, Team Top Speed) with 100 points. Latest results can be found on our website here: bossgp.com/standings/, details overview about the races done until now can be found here: bossgp.com/races/.

22/06/2017

Registration deadline for Zolder Superprix tonight

Cars on track at Paul Ricard 2017.

After a real hot race-weekend in southern France on the Paul Ricard Circuit in Le Castellet, next station waiting for BOSS GP is the Zolder Superprix in the north-east of Belgium. The eyes are now set on the next stop of the 2017 championship, where season races 7 and 8 for BOSS GPs drivers are waiting. The event will take place from 14th to 16th of July 2017, registration for the races ends tonight on 19th of June.

Zolder Circuit, located in the North-East of Belgium close to Hasselt, owns today an 4.011 km long track. It was host for lots of spectacular Formula 1 races between 1973 and 1984. Today lots of Benelux racing series are hold in Zolder, which also was host for different FIA racing events in the last years, like GT- and GT1 Championship. On the weekend from 14th to 16th of July 2017, the “Zolder Superprix”-weekend will host the BOSS GP crew for their fourth season step, accompanied by the BELCAR Belgian Endurance Championship, TCR-Benelux Touring cars, Supercar Challenge and the new GT & Prototype Challenge. Lots of spectacular series, which fill the books with howling and roaring engines, battling it out for every centimetre of the asphalt in Zolder. BOSS GP season race 7 is scheduled for Saturday (15/07/2017), race 8 for Sunday (16/07/2017).

Deadline for driver registration for the races in Zolder (Belgium) is set on Monday, 19th of June 2017. Registration can be done online on this link: www.bossgp.com/registration/zolder-2017.

Zolder is the fourth stop of the Championship 2017 season. Seven races all over Europe with stations in Germany, Netherlands, France, Belgium, Czech Republic and Italy will make up the complete 2017 BOSS GP Championship season.

Six season-races are done so far. Currently leading the FORMULA class is Johann Ledermair (AUT, Ledermair Motorsport) with 147 points, leader of the OPEN class is Ingo Gerstl (AUT, Team Top Speed) with 100 points. Latest results can be found on our website here: bossgp.com/standings/, details overview about the races done until now can be found here: bossgp.com/races/.

19/06/2017