IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge
The IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge by Yokohama features semi-professional drivers racing head to head in the largest single-make series in North America. Powered by one of the world’s most successful racecars, the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car, the multi-class structure of the series teaches drivers essential skills for an eventual career in the American Le Mans Series.
This is a North American racing series, founded in 1985, and sanctioned by the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Pro Racing. There are four classes within this series – Grand Touring (GT), Touring Car, GTS, and Touring Car B-Spec. Each season consists of 10 races, with each race starting from a standstill (unlike many other series, which typically begin with a rolling start). Shea Holbrook competes in this series.
Mazda MX-5 Cup
CJ WILSON RACING
This series is an entry-level production car-based competition within Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Pro Racing in North America. A racing season is comprised of 11 road races held on eight high-profile race weekends at many iconic racing venues. The series champion receives a grand prize from Mazda to race in a MAZDASPEED vehicle in a higher series. Emilee Tominovich competes in this series.
This is the national championship of rallying events in the United States, where races are point-to-point through dirt, mud, gravel, snow, ice, pavement, and even air! The inaugural season was in 2005. There are a total of six events across the United States. Drivers need to rely on their co-drivers for direction and speed, as they don’t get to practice the course prior to events as in other racing series. Verena Mei competes in this series.