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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

Registration for Paul Ricard (FRA) ends on 1st of June

Zandvoort 2017, season race 4.

BOSS GPs crews had an amazing race-weekend in Zandvoort at the “Jumbo Racedagen by Max Verstappen” a couple of days ago. All eyes are now set on the next station of the 2017 championship. Circuit Paul Ricard in Le Castellet (France) and the “GT Open & Euroformula OPEN” will be the host for season races 5 and 6 for BOSS GPs drivers. The event will take place from 9th to 11th of June 2017, registration for the races is open until 1st of June 2017.

Circuit Paul Ricard in Le Castellet, located in South-France, about 40 km to the east of Marseille, was host for lots of sensational Formula 1 races in the years 1971 until 1990. In December 2016 the comeback of the “Grand Prix de France” on Paul Ricard in 2018 was announced. It will be the first F1 race in France after ten years of absence.

“Paul Ricard is a great opportunity for all BOSS GP teams, to make the asphalt melting a year before the Formula returns to that great circuit”, is BOSS GP race-coordinator Christian Gänse looking forward to a stunning race-weekend in South France from 9th to 11th of June. BOSS GP season race 5 is scheduled for Saturday (10/06/2017), race 6 for Sunday (11/06/2017). The overall weekend hosts the “GT Open & Euroformula OPEN”, showing e.g. the European F3 Open and the International GT Open as well.

Driver registration for the races on Paul Ricard in Le Castellet is currently going on and will end this Thursday, 1st of June 2017. Registration can be done online on this link: bossgp.com/registration/paul-ricard-2017/.

Le Castellet is the third 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. Four races of the season are done so far. Currently leading the OPEN class is Ingo Gerstl (AUT, Team Top Speed) with 50 points, the FORMULA class is led by Johann Ledermair (AUT, Ledermair Motorsport) with 97 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/.

The BOSS GP team as well as fans and spectators look forward to an exciting starting grid on the track of Paul Ricard in Le Castellet!

29/05/2017

Registration-end for Zandvoort on 11th of May

BOSS GP on track in Hockenheim 2017.

First two races of season 2017 are done, the next ones are right behind the corner: The “Jumbo Familie Racedagen”, i.e. the Jumbo Race Festival by Max Verstappen, at the Zandvoort Circuit (Netherlands) will be the venue for race 3 and 4 of BOSS GP Championship 2017. The event will take place from 19th to 21st of May 2017.

About 30 km in the west of Netherlands capital Amsterdam the Circuit Park Zandvoort is awaiting the BOSS GP drivers and teams for two spectacular races. BOSS GP will be an important part of the “Jumbo Familie Racedagen”, which will attract motorsport enthusiasts of all ages. In addition to different demonstrations, e.g. by Formula 1 driver and event name giver Max Verstappen, a couple of races will take place at the Jumbo Days in Zandvoort. BOSS GP will not only race for the next podiums of the season, but also show spectators and fans, what pure motorsport, noise and speed mean. Race 3 of  the BOSS GP season is scheduled for Saturday (20/05/2017), race 4 for Sunday (21/05/2017).

Driver registration for the races in Zandvoort is currently going on and will end next Thursday, 11th of May 2017. Registration can be done online, just follow this link: bossgp.com/registration/zandvoort-2017/

Zandvoort is the second 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. First two races of the season are done

The BOSS GP team as well as fans and spectators look forward to an exciting starting grid on the track of Zandvoort!

Registration for 2017 BOSS GP series ends this week

Hockenheim Historic 2016.

Pure motorsport, noise and speed – BOSS GPs 2017 series will once more provide great motorsport events with excellent racing atmosphere, for fans and spectators as well as drivers of Big Open Single Seater. Seven races all over Europe with stations in Germany, Netherlands, France, Belgium, Czech Republic and Italy will make up the new 2017 BOSS GP Champions. Driver registrations for the upcoming season is currently going on and will end this week on 12th of March 2017.

Loads of drivers of the 2016 BOSS series will be part of the 2017 series again. We will see couple of well known faces on track again as well as newcomers too. So excitement for the BOSS GP 2017 series is rising up each day.

All drivers with interests of taking part in the 2017 racing series have to register at the BOSS GP website: http://bossgp.com/registration. Please notice: registration deadline is this weeks Sunday, 12th of March 2017. Wether racing the complete series or taking part in just single events, registration has to be done before and is basic requirement to become part of the 2017 BOSS GP Championship. We look forward to each of you, becoming part of the BOSS GP family 2017.