The Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship debuted in 2010 and is a continuation of the highly regarded USF2000 series which ran from 1990 through 2006, launching the careers of many of today’s top drivers. Sanctioned by USAC, the series is the first official step on the Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires - a clearly defined path to reach the top echelons of the sport.
Wheel-to-wheel competition race weekends are held at major race tracks in Texas and Oklahoma. Participants are afforded the opportunity for track time and friendly competition via practice, qualifying sessions, and races. CVAR emphasizes camaraderie on and off the track with the focus placed on participation rather than finishing first. A semi-annual driver’s school is available for those members who are just getting into racing to develop their driving skills in a structured setting.
The fascination of legendary tracks where motor racing history has been made, a team and family spirit that can be felt in the paddock and among the drivers, and the spectacular performance on the track, are the three key pillars of the Ferrari Challenge North America concept.
Formula Race Promotions (FRP) is the East Coast's premiere hosting body for formula car racing. From the highly competitive F1600 series to our our core F2000 series, Atlantic and informal Right Coast Formula Ford Series, FRP offers a wide array of championships for teams and drivers alike to partake in.
SRO America's new GT America series is set for its highly anticipated launch in the 2021 season, providing both a link to the series' past with a single driver sprint race format as well as providing a home to some of the most modern cars in the SRO's portfolio. GT America will feature a single driver 40-minute format, including GT3, GT2 and GT4 machinery. Makes such as Audi, Aston Martin, Porsche, Ford, McLaren, and Toyota are all expected to be represented on the GT America grid in 2021.
The IMSA VP Racing SportsCar Challenge is a multi-class sprint racing series debuting in 2023. The lead LMP3 class features entry level, closed cockpit prototype race cars, while the production-based GSX class will utilize race cars built to international GT4 technical regulations.
Re-branded for 2019 and beyond, the Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires debuted as the Pro Mazda Championship in 2013, replacing the Star Mazda Championship which ceased operation in 2012 after 22 years. The series is sanctioned by USAC and owned and operated by Andersen Promotions. It is the second official step on the Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires ladder system, bridging the gap between the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship and Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires.
International GT is a North American racing series that includes three different championships for late model Porsche and Ferrari competitors. Home primarily to sportsman drivers, with the occasional professional driver/coach joining the action in endurance races, International GT annually presents The Stuttgart Cup, Mission Foods GT3 Cup Trophy and The Maranello Cup championships.
Porsche Carrera Cup is one of the preeminent one-make racing series in the world. Due in no small part to the emphasis placed squarely on the driver’s skill. Every single car competing in Porsche Carrera Cup is identical. Same make. Same model. Same generation. With no technical advantage between cars, driver talent and team are what claim the podium.
The Porsche Club of America celebrates the finer things in life. We desire the comfort of good friends and good conversation, and we praise to a fault the world's finest automobile. Since its founding in 1955, our close-knit community of Porsche owners has grown to 147 regions throughout the United States and Canada.
The Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli is America’s Road Racing Series and dates back to 1966. Throughout the years, some of the greatest names in motorsports have participated in the Trans Am Series. Names like Tommy Kendall, Mark Donohue, Peter Gregg, Bob Tullius and Wally Dallenbach, Jr. have all won multiple championships under the Trans Am name.
As one of the oldest organizations in vintage racing, and the only one with a national presence, SVRA is committed to presenting the best possible experience for our competitors and fans. From 200 MPH Indy and Formula 1 cars to classic Jaguars and Porsches, our events provide a rolling history of motorsport where the cars are the stars at legendary tracks across the country such as Watkins Glen, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Sonoma Raceway, The Circuit of the Americas, and Portland International.
At Stacked On Track we approach instruction via a lead/follow format in addition to classroom sessions. We have had great success with this format and have seen drivers learn new skills and improve their on-track performance during the course of just one event. The lead/follow sessions allow drivers to see exactly what instructors are doing from a line, braking, and acceleration perspective that in-car instruction doesn't offer.
The TC America powered by Skip Barber championship continues to be a destination for professional touring car racing and will now enjoy the benefits of a multi-year partnership with Skip Barber Racing Schools as a presenting partner. Comprised of three competition classes - TCX, TC, and TCA - all TC America powered by Skip Barber championships will utilize factory-built or supported turn-key race cars.