SRO America Series Set to Visit Nation’s Most Iconic Road Racing Venues

4 September 2021 GT4 America

The 2022 schedule has been finalized for the quartet of series that compete under the SRO Motorsports America banner, forming a high-octane package that takes in some of the most iconic road courses in North America.

In 2022, Fanatec GT World Challenge America powered by AWS will contest its fourth full season as part of SRO Motorsports Group. SRO America’s headlining series showcases GT3 machinery on double-header weekends with full-service pit stops during seven events.

Pirelli GT4 America, like its European counterpart, has attracted impressive grids featuring a wide variety of machinery. Its 60-min feature races offer non-stop action with a driver change at the halfway mark to shake up the running order. 

The multi-class TC America Series Powered by Skip Barber series continues to thrive with a plethora of touring cars going wheel-to-wheel in 40-minute contests. The TCX category continues to gain momentum with continuity being the name of the game in TC and TCA.  

Meanwhile, GT America powered by AWS has enjoyed an excellent maiden season catering to GT2, GT3 and GT4 machinery. The single-driver sprint format for bronze level participants has offered an exciting platform to showcase multi-class GT racing that has been the hallmark of SRO racing.

For 2022, Sonoma Raceway retains its position as season opener, with the opening event set to run later into the year than this season and all series hitting the track on April 15-17. The second round of the campaign is planned for May 20-22, with the location to be confirmed at a later date. Next up, VIRginia International Raceway represents a firmly established venue and will stage its annual contest on June 10-12. 

Watkins Glen, another classic circuit and a popular destination among drivers, will host its race weekend on July 22-24, moving earlier in the season from its traditional Fall date in New York state. The only divergence between the series comes on August 5-7, when GT America powered by AWS breaks rank to join IndyCar on the streets of Nashville, forming part of the Music City Grand Prix. 

All four categories will reunite at Road America on August 19-21, while Sebring International Raceway will host the series down in Florida on September 23-25. The season will conclude in style at the most iconic racing venue in North America when Indianapolis Motor Speedway plays host on October 7–9 as a part of the Indianapolis 8 Hour. 

With the 2022 calendars revealed, SRO America’s President and CEO Greg Gill alongside series managers will host a State of the Series at Indianapolis Motor Speedway during the Indianapolis 8 Hour weekend to discuss the upcoming season.