This afternoon SRO Motorsports America announced that they have made a couple of changes to the 2023 schedule. While the tracks and their sequence remains the same, two of the dates have been shifted.
Now, the return to Circuit of the Americas (COTA) will take place from May 19th – 21st and the annual race weekend at Road America will take place from August 18th – 20th.
Greg Gill, CEO and President, SRO Motorsports America, had this to say about the changes, “After input from key partners and teams, we have adjusted our schedule slightly to better the scheduling needs of our racer. I can’t think the teams at Road America and COTA enough for working with us to make these adjustments.”
The Fanatec GT World Challenge America powered by AWS will be headlining seven race weekends at the top circuits in the country. In conjunction with GT and TC series, GT America powered by AWS, Pirelli GT4 America and TC America powered by Skip Barber, the recently announced Toyota GR Cup North America will being joining the lineup, filling SRO race weekends with even more non stop racing and incredible, high octane experiences for everyone.
Updated 2023 Schedule:
February 24th – 26th – NOLA Motorsports Park – New Orleans, Louisiana
March 3rd – 5th – St. Petersburg Grand Prix – St. Petersburg, Florida (GT America only)
March 31st – April 2nd – Sonoma Raceway – Sonoma, California
May 19th – 21st – Circuit of the Americas – Austin, Texas
June 16th – 18th Virginia International Raceway – Alton, Virginia
August 4th – 6th – Music City Grand Prix – Nashville, Tennessee (GT America only)
August 18th – 20th – Road America – Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
September 22nd – 24th – Sebring International Raceway – Sebring, Florida
October 6th – 8th – Indianapolis Motor Speedway – Indianapolis, Indiana