The world’s leading continental endurance racing series has unveiled the calendar for the 2020 season with the European Le Mans Series once again visiting six of Europe’s best race circuits.
The only change for next season is Barcelona and Le Castellet switch places, with the Official test and round one taking place in Spain in April and the ELMS visiting the Cote d’Azur in July.
The series will once again feature six 4-hour races, with three class of cars competing – LMP2, LMP3 and LMGTE. The 2020 ELMS will also see the new generation LMP3 cars take to the track for the first time.
After the first 4-hour race in Spain, the ELMS will visit Monza in May. Following the traditional break in the calendar in June for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the European Le Mans Series will resume for round 3 in Le Castellet in July, Silverstone at the start of September, Spa-Francorchamps two weeks later and conclude in Portimão in October.