January 3-5 2020

Roar Before The ROLEX 24 (Test)

RACE CIRCUIT: Daytona International Speedway.
LAP: 3.56 miles, 12 corners.

Built in 1959 by NASCAR founder William ‘Bill’ France Snr., Daytona International Speedway – located 50 miles north of Orlando in Florida – features a banked design that promotes fast racing and a better view of the action for fans in the grandstands. Incorporating multiple layouts, the track hosts a variety of disciplines on both two wheels and four and is the home of the legendary Daytona 500, the most prestigious race on the NASCAR calendar.
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January 22-26 2020

ROLEX 24 at Daytona

RACE CIRCUIT: Daytona International Speedway.
DURATION: 24 Hours.
LAP: 3.56 miles, 12 corners.

Built in 1959 by NASCAR founder William ‘Bill’ France Snr., Daytona International Speedway – located 50 miles north of Orlando in Florida – features a banked design that promotes fast racing and a better view of the action for fans in the grandstands. Incorporating multiple layouts, the track hosts a variety of disciplines on both two wheels and four and is the home of the legendary Daytona 500, the most prestigious race on the NASCAR calendar.
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March 18-21 2020

MOBIL 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring

RACE CIRCUIT: Sebring International Raceway.
DURATION: 12 Hours.
LAP: 3.74 miles, 17 corners.

America’s oldest road course, Sebring International Raceway boasts seven decades of storied history since hosting its inaugural motorsport event on New Year’s Eve in 1950. Originally a World War II airbase used to train B-17 bomber crews, Sebring has evolved over the years to become one of the most famous circuits in the world, with its bumpy former runways posing a stern challenge to drivers and cars alike. The 12-hour race – one of the sport’s most gruelling endurance contests – first took place in 1952 and is now second only to the Le Mans 24 Hours in international sportscar racing prestige.
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June 25-28 2020

SAHLEN’S Six Hours of The Glen

RACE CIRCUIT: Watkins Glen International.
DURATION: 6 Hours.
LAP: 3.40 miles, 11 corners.

Located in upstate New York, ‘The Glen’ – as it is more colloquially known – holds legendary status in US and indeed international motor racing circles. Adapted from public roads into a permanent circuit in 1956, it hosted the United States Grand Prix for two decades from 1961 to 1980 and is regarded as the Mecca of North American road racing, having welcomed over the course of its long and illustrious history the World Sportscar Championship, Trans-Am, Can-Am, NASCAR, IndyCar and IMSA. Between 1968 and 1981 – when the track temporarily closed due to bankruptcy – the ‘Six Hours of The Glen’ attracted the likes of Mario Andretti and Jacky Ickx. Following a series of renovations, Watkins Glen re-opened in 1984 and has been a staple of the US motorsport scene ever since.
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October 7-10 2020

MOTUL PETIT Le Mans

RACE CIRCUIT: Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta.
DURATION: 10 Hours.
LAP: 2.54 miles, 12 corners.

Built in 1969 on a 750-acre plot of farmland just north of Braselton, Road Atlanta hosted its first motorsport event the following year – a Can-Am race presided over by Stirling Moss as Grand Marshal. Going on to welcome IMSA, Trans-Am, SCCA and Formula 5000 over the following two decades, the Georgia road course staged the first road race in NASCAR Busch Grand National Series history in 1986, but bankruptcy struck in 1993 and it was not until 1998 that the track re-opened with American entrepreneur Don Panoz at the helm. That same year heralded the first edition of Petit Le Mans, which has since gone on to establish cult status in endurance racing circles.
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