2020 Superleague Lights season

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2020 GPVWC Superleague Lights season
Official Superleague Lights logo
Title Sponsor N/A
Platform Used 397rFactor2.png rFactor 2
Mod base GPVWC CL modular
Carshape base F1-inspired
Rounds 16
Engine Supplier(s) Martex MX-06L
1600cc turbocharged V6
Tyre Supplier(s) GPVWC brand G
Drivers TBD
Teams 15
Drivers' Champion Netherlands Liam de Waal
Teams' Champion Austria Cenobite Motorsports
Superleague Lights Seasons
2019 · 2020 · 2021
GPVWC series in 2020
Career Ladder

Superleague Lights
Formula Challenge

The 2020 Superleague Lights season is the 2nd GPVWC Superleague Lights season; the current second tier of the Career Ladder. Lukas Schmidt enters the season as the reigning Drivers' Champion, whilst reigning 2019 Superleague Lights Teams' Champions Red Arrow Racing took the step up to the Superleague series.

With the similar promotion of Cosmo Seiki Japan and Holland Racing Team, second and third placed respectively in the 2019 Team's championship, TR Motorsport enters the 2020 season as the highest-placed team left from 2019.

With massive changes expected for 2021, the 2020 season is expected to proceed very much similar in nature and regulations to the inaugural season.

Teams and drivers

15 teams are expected to take part in the 2020 season. As in 2019, every car will be powered by a Martex 1600cc turbocharged V6 power unit and use GPVWC brand tyres.

Entrant Base Chassis Race Drivers Test/Reserve Driver(s)
No. Driver Name Rounds
Austria Cenobite Motorsports

Austria Salzburg

SLL020 68 Netherlands Liam de Waal Belgium Mathias Ronzani
69 Netherlands Collin Spork
Netherlands CM-Tech Racing

Netherlands Schoonhoven

SLL020 25 Germany Dino Paolini England Mark Fuller
26 Poland Tomasz Wach
Wales Draig Racing

Wales Hirwaun

SLL020 24 Netherlands Roy Schroten   TBC
40 Sweden Johan Lindberg
England Fusion Racing

England Reading

SLL020 55 England George Sutton Netherlands Ruben van den Hudding
92 England Ben Horrill
England Mayor Downard Racing Team

England Huntingdon

SLL020 17 England Jack Mayor Netherlands Frank Hamming
44 England Lewis Bickers
England mouseOne Racing

England Isle of Wight

SLL020 18 England James Dziuba   TBC
49 England Danny Robbins
England Powered by RSR

England Stockton-on-Tees

SLL020 54 England Ryan Elliott Portugal Bruno Sousa Ferreira
67 India Sandeep Singh
England Royal Blue Racing

England London

SLL020 22 Netherlands Cas Rietveld Template:PHI Miguel San Mateo
Netherlands Guyon Branten
52 Finland Jukkapekka Lalu
Finland Scuderia Clay Geeli

Finland Espoo

SLL020 13 England Matthew Clipp   TBC
23 Germany Pascal Schmidt
Canada STAX Racing

Canada Halifax

SLL020 36 Malta Terence Grech Poland Patryk Roszak
37 Poland Sebastian Kosmala
Canada TCS Off Racing

Canada Montreal

SLL020 45 Poland Adrian Faber Netherlands Mike Kwint
97 Poland Dawid Krupa
Malta TG Racing eSports

Malta Mtarfa

SLL020 16 Italy Michael Francesconi England Daniel Hurlock
33 Malta Jason Muscat
Mexico TR Motorsport

Mexico Puebla

SLL020 53 Poland Konrad Zerebiec Poland Aleksander Rogoza
88 Poland Marcin Rybaczuk
England TTF BBR Racing

England London

TF-02 BB 41 Italy Giuseppe Saracino Italy Vitale Rosetti
99 Brazil Pedro Moura
England Zedderick Racing

Liechtenstein Vaduz

SLL020 85 Estonia Heigo Poom England Omari Watson
87 Netherlands Douwe Tapper

Team changes

New entries

Technical changes

  • To be Announced

2020 Calendar

The 2020 calendar follows the 16-round limit introduced in 2019. The first round will take place in Australia on 11 March and the last will take place in Brazil on 21 October, with each race taking place on a Wednesday, every two weeks. The exception to this will be the customary Summer Break in July, consisting of a gap of four weeks between the German and Belgian rounds.

Round Circuit Date Start Time
1 Australia Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit, Melbourne 11 March 19:00
2 Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir 25 March 19:00
3 Turkey Istanbul Park , Turkey 8 April 18:00 19:00
4 Hungary Hungaroring, Hungary 22 April 18:00 19:00
5 Azerbaijan Baku City Circuit, Baku 6 May 18:00 19:00
6 Canada Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal 20 May 18:00 19:00
7 France Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet 3 June 18:00 19:00
8 United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit, Northamptonshire 17 June 18:00 19:00
9 Germany Hockenheimring, Hockenheim 1 July 18:00 19:00
10 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Spa 29 July 18:00 19:00
11 Italy Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, Monza 12 August 18:00 19:00
12 Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore 26 August 18:00 19:00
13 Russia Sochi Autodrom, Sochi 9 September 18:00 19:00
14 Japan Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka 23 September 18:00 19:00
15 United States Circuit of the Americas, Austin 7 October 18:00 19:00
16 Brazil Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo 21 October 18:00 19:00


The 2020 testing schedule is as follows:

Test Date Venue
Preseason Test #1 12/02 United States Watkins Glen
Preseason Test #2 26/02 France Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours

Calendar changes

The Lights series' calendar reflected that of the rest of the Career Ladder. Though the Lights series had only run for one season, some of the changes as were keenly felt as they were across the League.

  • The Malaysian, Spanish and, controversially, Monaco rounds were removed from the calendar.
  • Hungarian, French and Russian rounds were introduced. A Dutch round was set to be introduced in 2020 but was replaced by the Hungarian event when issues with the Zandvoort circuit became apparent.

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