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The GT World Cup will return to the Macau Grand Prix in 2024

The 16-lap race on the legendary Guia Circuit was won last year by Swiss driver Raffaele Marciello for Mercedes AMG.

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The FIA GT World Cup will return to the Macau Grand Prix for its seventh edition, the FIA World Motor Sport Council has confirmed.

According to the motorsport news website Sportscar 365, the format of the race – a GT3 sprint – will once again consist of two 30-minute practice sessions, followed by a 12-lap qualifier and a 16-lap title race on the legendary Guia Circuit.

Last year’s cup was won by Swiss driver Raffaele Marciello for Mercedes AMG. In second and third place respectively were compatriot Eduardo Mortara and Brazilian Augusto Farfus.

[See more: Click here for photos of the 70th Macau Grand Prix]

The 2023 race was a second win in Macao for Marciello, following a first-place finish in 2019.

The final round of the TCR World Tour will also again be held in Macao in 2024, according to local media reports.

Hungarian Norbert Michelisz won the last edition of the TCR championship

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