Europe’s premiere Winter Racing Series; proof that racing has no off-season

The GEDLICH Racing Winter Series delivers the very best racing at the most beautiful locations in Europe. No other region on earth offers such a high density of FIA-grade race tracks with outstanding weather safety. On six race weekends, four race series offer pure racing action.

Winter Series 2025

16 JAN – 19 JAN 2025
Estoril /P
23 JAN – 26 JAN 2025
Portimão /P
30 JAN – 1 FEB 2025
NEW! 6h of Portimão /P
6 FEB – 9 FEB 2025
Jerez /E
12 FEB – 16 FEB 2025
Valencia /E
27 FEB – 2 MAR 2025
Aragon /E
6 MAR – 9 MAR 2025
Barcelona /E
14 MAR – 16 MAR 2025
NEW! 6h of Barcelona /E

Sign up now for Europe’s best racing action at the most beautiful time of the year

The GT Winter Series is THE pioneer series for winter racing. Now entering its sixth season, it delivers six fabulous race weekends with three races each, exclusively for the fastest and most extreme GT racing cars on the planet.

Joined by the GT4 Winter Series, the Formula Winter Series and the Prototype Winter Series, the overall package of events delivers championships suitable for upcoming stars, amateurs and professional drivers, as well as a diverse array of high-level racing teams.

In addition, the GT4 class is a perfect platform for aspiring endurance racing stars to put a spotlight on their talent. And, in the Prototype Winter Series, teams and drivers aiming squarely for the world’s premiere endurance events compete and lay down mileage in LMP3 cars, plus P4 and Nova machinery.

Register now for Europe’s premier racing events during the most beautiful time of the year!


GEDLICH Racing’s overall portfolio of series and winter racing weekends grows once more in 2025, as two all-new 6-Hour endurance races will create an exciting new platform for GT teams that favour longer-distance racing.

In its inaugural season, two races will be held at a pair of Portugal and Spain’s finest venues; the Autodromo Internacional do Algarve and Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. With the race distance set at 1000km or six hours – whichever comes first – and a careful eligibility criteria focused on the fastest cars in premiere-level GT championships, the 6 hour races will be the ideal platform for experienced squadrons competing at the highest levels of global endurance competition, as well as teams taking the first steps into longer-distance formats.