FIA GT boss Stephane Ratel is hoping to launch a revamped European GT2 championship next season. He plans for the Spa 24 Hours to become the central event around which a mini-endurance championship is based, with other races at popular European circuits.
"We will propose to the FIA a series going to the main prestige circuits like Monza and Nurburgring, to do a limited series of events around the 24 Hours of Spa," said Ratel. "It could be four or five events coming back to the format of the old FIA GT, with three-hour races, top circuits and no driver categorization."
The regulations would open the events to cars from the current GT2, GT3, GT4 and GTN classes -- as at this weekend's Spa 24 Hours.
GT2 ran alongside GT1 in the old FIA GT Championship until the advent of World GT1 this year. Plans for a separate GT2 series were then abandoned due to a lack of entries, leaving the Spa enduro as a one-off event.