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Held at iconic racetracks, featuring plenty of on-track time and generous prize money, the Alpine Elf Europa Cup offers maximum driving pleasure in an A110 Cup with that has been widely-acclaimed inside the paddock for its balance and playful character. 

A very attractive package

The Alpine Elf Europa Cup has spared no expense in offering its fans a genuine experience in keeping with the values on which the brand’s reputation has been built, i.e. sports performance and driving pleasure.

The race calendar consists of six rounds, each featuring two sprint races (25 minutes + 1 tour) contested on some of Europe’s most famous racetracks. Four of the venues are F1 racetracks and five hold the FIA Grade 1. Similarly, the Alpine Elf Europa Cup is always held as part of prestigious meetings: when not contested at a round of the French track racing championship (CFC) or the FFSA GT, it is held as part of the GT World Challenge, the GT Open, the 24H Series or the ELMS.

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Each racing weekend provides competitors with no fewer than three hours of track time, genuine technical support and a dedicated communications system, with separate Overall, Junior (up to 25 years old) and Gentlemen Driver standings. 

This solution, intended to ensure everyone finds what they are looking for in the Dieppe-based brand’s one-make formula, comes with over 100,000 Euros in race prize money, spread across the three classes. Lastly, the first three in the overall standings, the winner of the Gentleman Driver class and the top Junior will all earn substantial prizes at the end of the season, in the form of prize money and vouchers (plus test in an Alpine A110 GT4 for the top Gentleman Driver).

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