The TTE began with endurance races and diversified after 10 seasons of competition. Today, endurance drivers, and also sprint drivers in very different categories such as Mitjet, single-seaters, protos and GTs compete over the same weekend, offering a really exciting spectacle.
In endurance, the conditions are the same as for the biggest races in the world: two, three or four drivers, compulsory pit stops, refuelling, a real endurance race with a strategy, clean driving and a team, who cannot leave anything to chance if they want to win their category!
During the first eleven seasons of the TTE, the championship has had many lively battles on the track, and there is also a lot of mutual help between the competitors, which provides a friendly atmosphere that has become rare on the circuits.
For nearly five seasons, there have been around 150 cars in the paddock, with the figure reaching 180 vehicles at the rounds held at circuits like Magny-Cours. Exceptional results for an amateur formula.
The organisers remain faithful to their idea of motor racing, and are maintaining the same philosophy for the eleventh consecutive season by promoting motor racing accessible to all.