SRO America reveals 2022 calendar
The 2022 schedule for the quartet of collection that compete below the SRO Motorsports America banner will embrace eight weekends that absorb a number of the most iconic street programs in North America.
In 2022, Fanatec GT World Problem America powered by AWS will contest its fourth full season as a part of SRO Motorsports Group. SRO America’s headlining collection showcases GT3 equipment on doubleheader weekends with full-service pit stops throughout seven occasions.
Pirelli GT4 America, like its European counterpart, has attracted spectacular grids that includes all kinds of equipment. Its hour-long function races embrace a driver change on the midway mark to shake up the operating order.
The multi-class TC America Sequence Powered by Skip Barber collection will once more function touring automobiles in 40-minute contests. The TCX class returns alongside aspect TC and TCA.
In the meantime, GT America powered by AWS returns for a second season catering to GT2, GT3 and GT4 equipment. The only-driver dash format for bronze-level individuals showcases multi-class GT racing that has been the hallmark of SRO competitors.
For 2022, Sonoma Raceway retains its place as season opener, albeit operating later within the 12 months than this season and all collection hitting the monitor on April 15-17. The second spherical of the marketing campaign is deliberate for Might 20-22, with the placement to be confirmed at a later date. Subsequent up, Virginia Worldwide Raceway will stage its annual contest on June 10-12.
Watkins Glen will host its race weekend on July 22-24, transferring earlier within the season from its conventional fall date in New York state. The one divergence between the collection comes on August 5-7, when GT America powered by AWS breaks rank to affix IndyCar on the streets of Nashville, forming a part of the Music Metropolis Grand Prix.
All 4 classes will reunite at Street America on August 19-21, whereas Sebring Worldwide Raceway will host the collection in Florida on September 23-25. The season will conclude at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on October 7–9 as part of the Indianapolis 8 Hour.
SRO America’s President and CEO Greg Gill, alongside collection managers, will host a State of the Sequence tackle at IMS through the Indianapolis 8 Hour weekend subsequent month to debate the upcoming season.