ICYMI: IMSA Announcements

IMSA made a series of announcements at Road America last weekend that will shape the immediate future of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship and Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge. Among the announcements was the release of the 2015 schedules for the two series, as well as the class structure and specifications for all four TUDOR Championship classes through the 2016 season.

It also was announced that FOX will broadcast the final two TUDOR Championship races in 2014 in two-hour network telecasts airing around Sunday NFL football programming. IMSA and Continental Tire announced on Saturday an extension of a multi-year partnership in which Continental Tire will continue as “Official Tire of IMSA” through 2018.

If you missed any of these announcements, we’ve got you covered below:

IMSA Unveils 2015 TUDOR United SportsCar Championship Schedule
Ten-Race 2015 Schedule Unveiled For Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge
Final Two Rounds Of 2014 TUDOR Championship To Be Televised On FOX
IMSA, Continental Tire Extend Partnership
Vision For TUDOR Championship Future Class Structure Revealed

 

Petit Fast Facts

  • 10 hours of racing
  • First run on October 10, 1998
  • Class winners of this event receive an automatic invitation to the following year's 24 Hours of Le Mans

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