Main poster of this particular weekend, the GT Cup will gather no less than 22 crews each representing a country. Two qualifying races will be contested, before a main race which will determine the winners.
Switzerland will be represented by Patric Niederhauser, recently titled ADAC GT Masters in Germany, and Christoph Lenz. This last one evolves for several years in GT3, mainly on a Lamborghini Huracan of this category. It is precisely at the wheel of this model that the two men will try to get the victory, while it is the Raton Racing team that will provide technical support.
# 29 Raton Racing by Target Lamborghini Huracan GT3 2019: Stefano Costantini, Antonio Forne Tomas, Christoph Lenz, Alberto Di Folco
Photo by: Erik Junius
The other countries at the start are Australia, Belarus, Belgium, China, Taiwan, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States.
The FIA Motorsport Games will also be competing in the Touring Car Cup, Formula 4 Cup, Drifting Cup, Karting Slalom Cup and Digital Cup categories.
In Touring Car Cup, Jörg Schori will represent Switzerland. Aged 58, seen especially in TCR in Germany and Italy in recent years, will be driving an Opel Astra TCR. Fifteen nations will compete for victory in the Drifting Cup, among them Switzerland, which will be represented by Yves Meyer.
Finally, in the Digital Cup, where simracers compete against 15 countries, including Fredy Eugster, winner of the Swiss Simracing Series.