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24H Series Move Final Round To Mugello From Zandvoort

COVID-19 restrictions in Netherlands force change - Prototypes added to eligible entry

Creventic have replaced their planned season finale the #12H Zandvoort with a 12 Hour event at Mugello on 13-14 November.

The move has been necessitated after local Dutch COVID-19 restrictions prevented any events taking place at the CM.com Circuit Zandvoort.

The Hankook 12H Mugello will take place on 13-14 November 2020 with a compact split-race format that will not only the regular GT and Touring-car classes of the 24H SERIES powered by Hankook but also Group CN, PX and P3 prototype cars.

Peter Freij, CREVENTIC Operational Manager: “We have made the decision to accept Group CN, PX and P3 spec cars in the 12H MUGELLO 2020. Based on various requests we are confident that these sports-cars will add their flavour to the entry list.”

The prototype-spec cars will compete in the PX-class, but will also be eligible to challenge the GT-cars for the overall podium of the Hankook 12H MUGELLO.

“We were looking forward to our return at the CM.com Circuit Zandvoort and are sad to confirm that the race is not allowed to take place. However, in these difficult circumstances, we have full understanding towards the local restrictions and decisions and would like to extend our thanks to the staff of Zandvoort for their cooperative approach throughout the entire process. We are very happy that Mugello was available for the same date on such short notice. We know the circuit from many years of splendid cooperation, they know our series and it is a perfect fit for our championship finale. These times require a certain amount of flexibility and we are positive that we can offer a race on the same weekend.”

The 24H SERIES will visit Mugello for the sixth time since the inaugural Hankook 12H MUGELLO in 2014, this race serving as the final round of both the 24H SERIES Europe and 24H SERIES Continents, with many class and overall championship titles at stake.