pretty much all GT spec cars are what we call 'Wide body' this is just simply because of the wide footing of the car, you know, it improves handling by reducing roll etc?
You should be able to find quite a bit of information around homogolation of GT# spec cars.
The rule that is spoken about most is the air intake size, this limits the engines power output quite effectively.
Here is the actual appendix J article for GT3 cars, most of the regulations will dictate the visual outcome of the car, wings, splitters, materials used, interior, control electronics etc
http://argent.fia.com/web/fia-public.ns ... .2012).pdf
3.1.1) Bonnet and boot lids
They must have at least two safety fasteners, both of which are
clearly indicated by red (or contrasting colour) arrows.
I love these arrows, just look interesting and deffo shouts 'racecar'