Road America announced on May 12 that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the Governor of Wisconsin’s safer-at-home order being set to expire May 26 – that the racing portion of the May 29-31 weekend will continue, but without fans. MotoAmerica plans to air the event on Fox Sports and MotoAmerica Live+ – Check your local listings for times.
Everything from showroom stock to highly modified purpose-built race cars from nine race groups are scheduled for this year’s WeatherTech® Chicago Region SCCA June Sprints®. With Road America’s park-like setting, trackside viewing, up-close access to drivers and teams, and legendary cuisine appealing to drivers and fans alike, it’s no wonder the June Sprints® remains one of the nation’s premier amateur sports car racing events.
Racing’s glorious past will be celebrated June 19-21 during the SVRA Vintage Festival Weekend at Road America. The event will bring the past back to life with the sights and sounds from motorsport’s pioneering age both on and off the track. Also joining in the weekend’s activities is the Radical Blue Marble Cup.
A mid-summer favorite, The WeatherTech® International Challenge with Brian Redman is one of the largest vintage racing events in the United States and features over 400 cars competing in several groups. The four-day weekend will also showcase a historic CAN-AM race, which is the highlight of this year’s event as an impressive field of cars is expected to gather in celebration of CAN-AM’s 54th Anniversary.
The IMSA SportsCar Championship and IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge takes over Road America’s four-mile circuit for what will be one of the most incredible weekends of sports car racing in the world. Fans will get to see the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge race on Saturday, with the WeatherTech® SportsCar Championship race on Sunday, plus races from the IMSA Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge USA all weekend. Fan activities include an open grid, autographs, tech talks, fan forums, and car corrals.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series Henry 180 weekend will feature incredible wheel-to-wheel and door-to-door racing from the NASCAR Xfinity Series, Stadium Super Truck Series and the Trans Am Series. Race fans will have the opportunity to watch some of NASCAR’s future stars as they test their skills on the storied 4-mile, 14-turn road circuit. Road America has a legendary history of featuring brilliant racers on a challenging circuit that easily separates the good from the great drivers.
The World Challenge America headlines an all Sports Car weekend at Road America, bringing exotic GT3 machinery to the popular circuit. The series is a part of a global series racing in Europe, Asia, and America showcasing a new race format with 90-min double-header races featuring full-service pit stops, driver changes, and increased strategy.
In addition, Pirelli GT4 America (featuring GT4 homologated racecars) and TC America (TCR, TC, and TCA class racecars) will fill out the weekend’s racing schedule for a jam-packed weekend of sports car racing.
The Ariens Art On Wheels featuring VSCDA weekend typically draws more than 300 vintage and historic race cars with 11 groups to run over the three-day event. The fan-friendly paddock is open to spectators for close-up views of amazing racing machines prepared to era specifications all weekend. On Saturday fans can watch and participate in the historic road course reenactment tour of race cars and streetcars. The tour will leave Road America and follow a route almost identical to the street course driven in the early 1950s.
The 57th SCCA National Championship Runoffs return to Road America at a time of year when the fall colors seem to dance around the beautiful race cars and the mild weather creates the perfect conditions for exceptional racing. The SCCA is one of the cornerstones of Road America’s history and has evolved into what is now commonly agreed to be the pinnacle of American motorsports. Since 1964, the SCCA has crowned National Champions through the winner-take-all, single race Runoffs format. Currently, the Runoffs crowns national champions across 28 separate classes.
Conveniently located only 18 miles from Whistling Straits Golf Course and midway between Milwaukee and Green Bay in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin the world’s best racers have competed at this legendary four-mile, 14-turn road circuit for over 60 years, and now you can camp for the 2020 Ryder Cup.
Affectionately known as ‘America’s National Park of Speed’ our 640-acre, park-like grounds offer Cabins, Glamping, and General Camping.
Are you ready for a full summer of Fast, Family Fun? Get your 2020 Road America Season Pass today and get set to enjoy over 50 days of on track action at America’s National Park of Speed! Already the most affordable motorsports entertainment option in Wisconsin, the Road America 2020 Season Pass is only available for a limited time and includes: