The first all-series event weekend hosted by SRO America was a hit. Over 16,000 fans attended the three-day event at Sonoma Raceway, with a million viewers watching the racing on Twitch, hosted by Ash Vandelay, and 350 thousand fans joining the live stream on the SRO YouTube page GT World. The racing was intense, with seven Rowe Pole Award winners awarded, and 18 different race-winning teams celebrating their victories.
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Now, SRO America’s four championships, the Fanatec GT World Challenge America powered by AWS, GT America powered by AWS, Pirelli GT America, and TC America powered by Skip Barber, are gearing up to continue the momentum at NOLA Motorsports Park.
From Thursday, April 27, to Sunday, April 30, three days of wheel-to-wheel sports car action will take place. The weekend will feature Test 1 and Test 2 on Thursday, followed by Practice 1 and Practice 2 on Friday. Saturday will see the Qualify session in the morning, with Race 1 later in the day. Sunday will conclude the weekend with Race 2 early in the morning.
Fans can expect to see the best sports car drivers in action, battling it out on the track. The excitement of Sonoma will carry over to NOLA, with thrilling racing, car corrals, camping, premium parking, and more available for fans to enjoy.
Celso Neto, the Brazilian driver, will be one to watch as he navigates the challenging NOLA Motorsports Park. Fans can follow his journey via YouTube and support him as he races to the finish line.
Don’t miss out on the action-packed weekend at NOLA Motorsports Park. Tune in to watch the racing live, and witness the sports car drivers battle it out for the coveted championship titles.