D2 Schedule

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PreSeason – Silverstone

8 september 2018
Located near Northamptonshire, Silverstone has been a part of VEC all its seasons. While we use this during the actual season, Silverstone is also used for our PreSeason.

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R1 – 1000 miles of Indianapolis

6 October 2018
1000 miles or 384 laps of the iconic 2007 layout of Indianapolis kicks of Season 11. Taking advantage of the banked oval but also tight and twisty infield.

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R2 – 6 hours of NOLA

3 November 2018
Avondale, Louisiana close to New Orleans, both a race and kart track (which opened in 2011) Designed by Alan Wilson, known for other race track designs in USA.

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R3 – 6 hours of Sao Paulo

1 December 2018
No need for a big introduction to this track, most famous for its thrilling Formula 1 races, but also a new track for next WEC season.

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R4 – 8 hours of Sepang

12 January 2019
In 1999 (20 years ago) this Hermann Tilke designed track opened and hosted F1 since. This wide track is perfect for multiclass racing.

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R5 – 6 hours of Estoril

9 February 2019
A historic track, now hosting the Virtual Endurance Championship 5th round. Tight and twisty, not the obvious choice for multiclass.

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R6 – 12 hours of Sebring

9 March 2019
In 2019 both WEC (1000 miles), IMSA (12 hours) and the VEC will be racing here, the 12 hours of bumpyness.

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R7 – 8 hours of Silverstone

6 April 2019
We go back onto Silverstone, teams have used a lot of time on this track for the preseason events. Expect very close racing.

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R8 – 24 hours of Le Mans

1 June 2019
Without question THE biggest and most important race of the season. Double points and double the pleasure of racing.

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