- Series makes its first-ever appearance at the world-famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway
- Newly crowned champs roll into a fan, spectator-filled weekend to collect their spoils at the historic auto racing venue
Indianapolis, IN - The Pirelli GT4 America Sprint series makes its first ever appearance at the world-famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway, September 30-October 2. Indianapolis, billed as the Racing Capital of the World and home to one of the most iconic race tracks on the planet, will host the 2020 finale Rounds 15 and 16. The series will utilize the 2.439 mile, 14-turn road course circuit.
Cooper Looks to do Victory Lap at Indy
Michael Cooper clinched the Pro division Driver's championship and his fourth overall SRO America driver title with three wins at COTA, and will look to add to an impressive 2020 win tally at Indy. He will drive the #10 Blackdog Speed Shop McLaren 570s GT4.
Drew Staveley battled Cooper all weekend at COTA and had to settle for three well deserved second place finishes. Staveley won the very first race of the season at COTA behind the wheel of his #12 Ian Lacy Racing Ford Mustang GT4 and will look to add to his win total at Indy. Jarett Andretti will drive the #18 Andretti Autosport McLaren 570s GT4 in the series finale at the track where his surname is well-known and revered..
Dinan Looks to Continue Dominant 2020 at Brickyard
The Pirelli GT4 Sprint season has been dominated by two Michaels this season. In the Am division, Michael Dinan secured the division driver's championship at COTA and much like Cooper in the Pro division, will look to cap off what has been an incredible 2020. He'll drive the #210 Flying Lizard Motorsports Aston Martin Vantage GT4.
Rearden Racing's Paul Terry, winner of Rounds 2 and 7, comes into the weekend looking to solidify finishing second in the 2020 championship. He will drive #59 Aston Martin Vantage GT4. Reardon Racing also bring its #191 Rearden Racing Aston Martin Vantage GT4 for Round 8 winner Jeff Burton. Burton sits third overall in the Am championship and like his teammate will look to solidify that spot to close out the season.
Blackdog Speed Shop team principal Tony Gaples will be behind the wheel of the #11 McLaren 570s GT4. Also entered in the Am division are Jason Bell in the #2 GMG Racing Porsche 718 Cayman GT4, Frank Gannett in the #24 Ian Lacy Racing Ford Mustang GT4, Sean Quinlan, in the #119 Stephen Cameron Racing BMW M4 GT4, and Christopher Gumprecht in the #79 C.G. Racing Mercedes Benz Mercedes-AMG GT4.
Action for the Pirelli GT4 America Sprint series starts September 30 at 3pm Eastern for the first practice session of the weekend. October 1st sees the first race of the weekend with a green flag start scheduled for 1:15 pm local time. Friday's finale race of 2020 is scheduled for 12:35 pm. Tune-in for free live race coverage on SRO’s GT World YouTube channel.
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