The Briclau Cup is an event in which the best drivers from around the world compete to drive a BMW 4 Series, Mercedes Benz GLA, Ford Focus ST or Nissan GT-R, all of which will compete in an open-wheel car race.
The 2018 Biclau Series starts on the 25th of March in France, and runs until the 30th of May.
In 2018, the Bicolage is being held at the prestigious Circuit du Lumière, which is located on the outskirts of Paris.
It has an average crowd of about 5,000 spectators.
Bricolages are the only endurance racing series that takes place in the US.
The format is very similar to the NASCAR series, with a full schedule of races and one or two weekends a week.
The race starts on Sunday, with drivers from all the major teams competing.
Bacaros, a Spaniard, is the undisputed king of the Bricolaos.
The 21-year-old has won four races, including the championship in 2016, and his record is impressive, with the most victories (nine) and fastest laps (4:56.8).
His teammate, the 19-year old André Márquez, has won three races in 2017 and is currently ranked as the fastest driver in the world.
He is also the youngest driver to ever win a championship.
Other drivers in the BIClau are Jann Mardenborough, who is from Sweden, and Carlos Sainz, who from Argentina.
Both drivers have been racing for some time, and are regarded as being of the best of the drivers in Europe.
The Biclicolage has never been held in the USA.
The 2018 BICLau Series will be held at Circuit du Louvre-Perpignan in the French Alps.
The series has already run three times, and will run its next two rounds at Circuit de la Sarthe in Belgium and Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps in France.
The BicLau Cup runs from March 25 to June 30, 2018, with two rounds a week, two in each city, with three races a week in each of the cities.