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Period of Submission of the Proposals for 2024 Changes in GTS Rules is NOW OPEN!

Michael Gershanok

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This is the time of the year when we open again the discussion of the potential changes in GTS Rules for upcoming 2024.

As always we will follow the protocol and format described below.

Each proposal must be made as a new thread here at GTS Forum with the "Rule Proposal" heading a brief summary in the subject, followed by the detailed content in the body of the message. It is advised to provide following when submitting:

1. The proposed addition or change.

2. the reason behind the proposal.

3. Any documentation, data or analysis supporting the request.

4. Proposals must be made by GTS drivers and signed - Name, Region, Class.

All of the relevant discussions to be taken in consideration should take place here at GTS Forum. For practical purposes, will keep it here as the central place of reference instead of chasing multiple opinions all around at different social media platforms.

The period of the submissions will be open for 3 weeks till October 15th and will be followed by the discussion between  GTS Regional Leaders to generate the draft to be submitted for the review to NASA HQ. The finalized 2024 GTS Rules will be posted before or on October 31st, 2023.

The Committee of the GTS Leaders believes in the stability of the Rules and intents to preserve the open format as it was from the times of the inception of the Series.

Thank you All,

Michael Gershanok,


GTS Nat. Dir.

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The period of the submission of the proposals is now officially closed. No proposals were submitted. The 2024 GTS Rules will be published on or before November 1st, 2023.

No changes to the GTS Rules will be made for 2024. 

There will be couple technical clarifications pertaining the Dyno protocols and the use of the power sticks / USBs in newer factory built race cars. Those will be marked in red in the new Rules document.

Thank you All!

Michael G.

GTS Nat. Dir.

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