For the second year in a row, kids (12 and under) will be admitted FREE all weekend at the GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma, with the purchase of any adult ticket. General admission tickets start at just $39, which means a family of four could enjoy a day at the races for less than $80. It's the perfect chance to enjoy the cars and stars of the Indy 500 as they tackle the twisting, 12-turn road course.
The Pirelli World Challenge Championships continues its 25th anniversary 2014 season at Sonoma Raceway, returning to the challenging and scenic 12-turn, 2.38 mile road course. The series' GT, GT-A and GTS classes, will compete in two races, one on Saturday and one on Sunday. Among the large field that will compete at Sonoma, there are a number of GT/GT-A entries (cars identified by the black windshield banner) to watch Full Story
Sonoma Raceway has confirmed the four series that will join the IndyCar Series for an action-packed weekend at the GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma, Aug. 22-24.
The Pirelli World Challenge returns to Sonoma Raceway for the fourth consecutive year featuring thrilling 50-minute sprint races, top-notch drivers and no scheduled pit stops or driver changes. Full Story
High-speed drifting and drag racing events will take place side-by-side at Sonoma Raceway this weekend with Sonoma Drift's Summer Jam, as well as Summit ET Bracket Drag Racing, Aug. 9-10. Full Story
The Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda effectively bridges the gap between amateur and professional racing, and this weekend will conclude an intensely competitive season by crowing a champion who will earn a MAZDASPEED Scholarship to move up to the next step of the Mazda Road to Indy, the Pro Mazda Championship Presented by Cooper Tires, in 2015. Full Story
The Pro Mazda Championship Presented by Cooper Tires is the middle rung on the three-step Mazda Road to Indy ladder and has helped launched the careers of many top-line drivers in recent years. Marco Andretti, Jack Hawksworth, who won the championship as recently as 2012, James Hinchcliffe and Graham Rahal are just four of the Pro Mazda graduates plying their trade in the Verizon IndyCar Series, and virtually all of the contenders in this weekend's pair of races has every intention of following their footsteps. Full Story