24H Series

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24H Series
Logo 24H Series.jpg
CategoryGrand tourer
Touring cars
Endurance racing
CountryEurope
Inaugural season2008[N 1]
Tyre suppliersToyo (2006-2009)
Dunlop (2010-2014)
Hankook (2015-)
Drivers' championUnited Kingdom Tom Onslow-Cole
Germany Thomas Jäger
Teams' championUnited Kingdom Ram Racing
Official websitewww.24hseries.com
Motorsport current event.svg Current season

The 24H Series is a sports car racing and touring car racing series developed by Creventic and with approval from the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). It features GT3-spec cars, GT4-spec cars, sports cars, touring cars and 24H-Specials, like silhouette cars. The calendar consists only of 24-hour and 12-hour races. 2015 was the first season with drivers battling for championship points and titles. It also marked the first season with official FIA International Series’ status.[1]

Creventic[edit]

Dutch agency Creventic is the organiser and promoter of the series. Their goals are to organise races with "low costs, a convivial atmosphere with teams and drivers from all over the world and fair competition on the track." In co-operation with the Dutch National Racing Team (DNRT) – one of the biggest motorsport organisations of the Benelux – they organised the inaugural Dubai 24 Hour in 2006.[2]
2008 was the first year Creventic organised another race besides the 24H Dubai: the 12H Hungary, making it the first season with more than one race and the official first season of the 24H Series. 2015 marked the first season with official FIA International Series’ status, which meant that drivers and teams would be eligible to battle for championship titles and points.[1] Creventic is also the organiser of the Touring Car Endurance Series.

Winners (2006–2014)[edit]

Winners of races organised by Creventic before official FIA status are:

Year 24H Dubai 12H Hungary 24H Barcelona 12H Bathurst 12H Italy-Mugello 12H Zandvoort
2014 Switzerland No. 20 Stadler Motorsport Germany No. 4 SPS automotive-performance Czech Republic No. 4 Scuderia Praha Not organised by Creventic Italy No. 7 AF Corse Germany No. 33 Car Collection Motorsport
Switzerland Adrian Amstutz
Germany Christian Engelhart
Switzerland Mark Ineichen
Switzerland Rolf Ineichen
Switzerland Marcel Matter
Germany Lance David Arnold
Germany Tim Müller
Germany Valentin Pierburg
Czech Republic Jaromír Jiřík
Netherlands Peter Kox
Italy Matteo Malucelli
Czech Republic Jiří Písařík
Portugal Filipe Barreiros
Russia Ilya Melnikov
Belarus Alexander Talkanitsa, Sr.
Belarus Alexander Talkanitsa, Jr.
Germany Christian Bracke
Germany Peter Schmidt
Germany Mirco Schultis
Netherlands Renger van der Zande
2013 United Arab Emirates No. 1 Abu Dhabi by Black Falcon Switzerland No. 24 Blancpain Racing Switzerland No. 4 Hofor-Racing Australia No. 36 Erebus Motorsport Not held Not held
Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen
United Kingdom Sean Edwards
United Arab Emirates Khaled Al Qubaisi
Germany Bernd Schneider
Switzerland Marc A. Hayek
Netherlands Peter Kox
Netherlands Nico Pronk
Switzerland Roland Eggimann
Netherlands Christiaan Frankenhout
Germany Kenneth Heyer
Switzerland Michael Kroll
Germany Thomas Jäger
Germany Alexander Roloff
Germany Bernd Schneider
2012 United Arab Emirates No. 3 Abu Dhabi by Black Falcon Not held Germany No. 3 Lapidus Racing Not organised by Creventic
Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen
United Kingdom Sean Edwards
Germany Thomas Jäger
United Arab Emirates Khaled Al Qubaisi
United Kingdom Adam Christodoulou
Netherlands Klaas Hummel
United Kingdom Tim Mullen
United Kingdom Phil Quaife
2011 Germany No. 76 Need for Speed Schubert Belgium No. 3 VDS Racing Adventures Germany No. 2 Schubert Motorsport
Brazil Augusto Farfus
Germany Claudia Hürtgen
United States Tommy Milner
Sweden Edward Sandström
Belgium Benjamin Bailly
Belgium Julien Schroyen
Belgium Raphaël van der Straten
Denmark Michael Outzen
Germany Peter Posavac
Sweden Edward Sandström
Sweden Lars Stugemo
2010 France No. 66 IMSA Performance Matmut Austria No. 2 Lechner Racing Not held
Germany Marco Holzer
France Raymond Narac
France Patrick Pilet
Austria Thomas Gruber
Austria Walter Lechner
Austria Philip König
Austria Nikolaus Mayr-Melnhof
2009 Australia No. 42 Land Motorsport Germany No. 1 Schubert Motorsport
France Gabriel Abergel
Lithuania Andrzej Dzikevic
Germany Niclas Kentenich
Germany Carsten Tilke
Denmark Michael Outzen
Norway Stian Sørlie
Germany Jörg Viebahn
2008 Australia No. 39 VIP Pet Foods Germany No. 52 Schubert Motorsport
New Zealand Craig Baird
Australia Klark Quinn
United Kingdom Tony Quinn
Australia Jonathon Webb
Germany Claudia Hürtgen
Norway Stian Sørlie
Germany Jörg Viebahn
2007 Austria No. 40 Duller Motorsport Not held
United Kingdom Jamie Campbell-Walter
Austria Philipp Peter
Austria Dieter Quester
Germany Dirk Werner
2006 Austria No. 31 Duller Motorsport
Austria Philipp Peter
Austria Dieter Quester
Germany Hans-Joachim Stuck
Austria Toto Wolff

Official FIA seasons[edit]

Champions[edit]

Drivers (2015–2016)[edit]

Classes 2015 2016
A6 Germany Thomas Jäger
United Kingdom Tom Onslow-Cole
Netherlands Christiaan Frankenhout
Germany Kenneth Heyer
Switzerland Chantal Kroll
Switzerland Michael Kroll
SPX Not awarded Denmark Martin Hald Gøtsche
Denmark Nanna Hald Gøtsche
Germany Klaus Werner
997 France Gabriel Abergel
France Patrice Lafargue
France Paul Lafargue
Not awarded
991 Not awarded Australia Stephen Borness
Germany Kim André Hauschild
SP2 United Kingdom James Kaye
Australia Peter Leemhuis
France Jean-François Demorge
France Pascal Gibon
SP3 United Kingdom John Gilbert
United Kingdom Devon Modell
Netherlands Bob Herber
TCR Not awarded United Kingdom Nabil Moutran
United Kingdom Ramzi Moutran
United Kingdom Sami Moutran
United Kingdom Phil Quaife
A5 Switzerland Chantal Kroll
Switzerland Martin Kroll
Germany Bernd Küpper
Not awarded
D2 United Kingdom Nick Barrow
United Kingdom Tom Barrow
United Kingdom Jamie Morrow
Not awarded
A3[N 2] United Kingdom Nabil Moutran
United Kingdom Ramzi Moutran
United Kingdom Sami Moutran
United Kingdom Phil Quaife
France Guillaume Roman
France Stéphane Ventaja
CUP1 Austria Gustav Engljähringer Belgium Jimmy De Breucker
A2 Italy Luigi Stanco
Switzerland Stefan Tanner
Denmark Jan Engelbrecht
Denmark Jacob Kristensen
Denmark Jens Mølgaard
D1 Hungary László Csuti
Hungary Witold Elekfy
Hungary Norbert Nagy
Not awarded
Overall Switzerland Chantal Kroll France Guillaume Roman
France Stéphane Ventaja
Ladies' Cup Switzerland Chantal Kroll Switzerland Chantal Kroll
Rookies Not awarded Germany Max Edelhoff

Teams (2015–2017)[edit]

Classes 2015 2016 2017
A6 United Kingdom Ram Racing Switzerland No. 10 Hofor-Racing Switzerland No. 10 Hofor-Racing
SPX Not awarded Germany No. 45 Artthea Sport United Arab Emirates GDL Racing Middle East
997 France Ruffier Racing Not awarded
991 Not awarded Germany No. 73 HRT Performance GermanyPROsport Performance
SP2 Australia MARC Cars Australia 1 Belgium No. 84 Speedlover Belgium VDS Racing Adventures
SP3 United Kingdom Speedworks Motorsport 2 Netherlands No. 103 JR Motorsport United Kingdom Optimum Motorsport
TCR Not awarded Lebanon No. 1 Memac Ogilvy Duel Racing France Team Altran Peugeot
A5 Germany Hofor-Kuepper Racing Not awarded
D2 United Kingdom Saxon Motorsport Not awarded
A3[N 2] Lebanon Memac Ogilvy Duel Racing France Team Altran Peugeot Portugal Parkalgar Racing Team
CUP1 Germany Bonk Motorsport Luxembourg No. 235 DUWO Racing Luxembourg DUWO Racing
A2 Switzerland presenza.eu Racing Team Clio 1 Denmark No. 171 Team K-Rejser Denmark Team Eva Solo/K-Rejser
D1 Hungary RCM Motorsport Not awarded
Overall Lebanon Memac Ogilvy Duel Racing Not awarded Switzerland No. 10 Hofor-Racing

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Although the series has been organising races since 2006, 2008 was the first season with more than one race and 2015 was the first season with drivers and teams battling for championship points and titles.
  2. ^ a b Class named A3T in 2015.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "24H Series General Information 2015" (PDF). Creventic. p. 6. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-02-15. Retrieved January 2, 2016.
  2. ^ "Creventic, promoter 24H Series". Creventic. p. 6. Retrieved January 2, 2016.

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