Memorial Day Weekend Preliminary Schedule

Memorial Day Weekend Preliminary Schedule

Updated May 7, 2019 - Please be advised that this schedule is subject to change.

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10:05am SVRA Groups, IGT & TA2 Practice or Testing
2:20pm SVRA Groups, IGT & TA2 Practice
5:20pm TA2 Qualifying
9:05am SVRA Groups Practice
10:45am SVRA Group 10, IGT Practice
11:10am TA/SuperGT Testing
11:55am Parade Laps/Hot Laps
12:20pm Fan Walk
12:45pm Pre-Race Ceremonies
12:55pm TA2 FEATURE RACE – 65 MIN.
2:05pm SVRA Groups Qualifying
3:45pm SVRA Group 10, IGT Qualifying
4:10pm TA/SuperGT Practice
10:00am Sunday Royals Car Show presented by Hagerty
12:30pm Farm-To-Track Picnic
2:00pm Car Show Awards Ceremony
9:05am TA/SuperGT Qualifying
9:50am SVRA Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 Race 1
10:15am SVRA Group 10, IGT Race 1
10:40am SVRA Groups 8, 12a, 12b Race 1
11:05am SVRA Groups 5, 7, 9 Race 1
11:30am SVRA Group 6 Race 1
11:55am Hot Laps/Parade Laps
12:20pm Fan Walk
12:45pm Pre-Race Ceremony
1:25pm TA/SuperGT FEATURE RACE – 65 MIN.
2:35pm SVRA Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 Race 2
3:00pm SVRA Group 6 Race 2
3:25pm SVRA Groups 5, 7, 9 Race 2
3:50pm SVRA Groups 8, 12a, 12b Race 2
4:15pm SVRA Group 10, IGT Race 2

TA: With over 800 horsepower, these aggressive Trans Am machines are known for their remarkable speed, incredible sound, and the visceral challenges of pure racing thanks to electronic driver aids being banned.
TA2: The TA2 class presented by AEM brings back the "muscle car wars" of the 60s and 70s, when revered brands like the Chevrolet, Dodge and Ford released hot rod versions of their Camaro, Challenger and Mustang to try to prove who made the best performance cars on the American roads.
SuperGT: The SuperGT class is an incredible range of production-based machines from the high-revving sports cars manufactured by BMW, Porsche, Ferrari and Lamborghini, to the ground pounding American performance cars with large-displacement engines like the Corvettes, Camaros, Mustangs, and Vipers. 
GT: Harking back to the very start of Trans Am, when production street cars were modified just enough to go racing, the GT class machines are "limited-preparation" with the vast majority of parts being utilized coming straight off the showroom floor. 
GROUP 1: Recognized small displacement production sports cars and sedans. Examples: Sprite, Midget, Mini Cooper, Triumph Spitfire, Alfa Romeo Giulietta, MGA, Fiat-Abarth, Lotus 7. Select G and H-modifieds and D-Sports Racers, Formula Vee.
GROUP 2: Pre-1973 Formula cars conforming to the SVRA classic formula car regulations. Other cars may be accepted by invitation as appropriate. Examples: Lotus; Brabham, Caldwell, Titan, Crossle, Merlyn, Royale, Elva, Hawke.
GROUP 3: Recognized series-produced sports cars and sedans in production prior to 1972. Examples: MGB, Triumph TR-3 and 4; Austin Healey 3000, Porsche 356, Elva Courier, Morgan, Daimler, Sunbeam Alpine, Volvo P1800.
GROUP 4: Limited produced sports cars, racing “specials” and GT cars built or in production prior to 1960. This group represents the “Golden Age” of sports car racing in the United States and Europe. Examples: Scarab, Devin, Maserati, Ferrari, Lotus, Jaguar XK120/140, C, D; Maserati, Lister, Allard, Elva; Porsche RSK Spyder, Cunningham and early small bore Sports Racers.
GROUP 5: Small bore World Sports Car Championship and prototypes as raced between 1960 and 1972. All 3 classes of Sports 2000 cars, SRF’s as well as WSR cars. Examples: Lotus 23, 30, 40, Porsche 904, 906, 907, 910; Elva Mk 7 &8, Lola 212, Lotus 11, 15, 17.
GROUP 6: Selected big-bore production sports cars and sedans through 1972. Examples: Corvette, Shelby GT-350, Cobra, Mustang, Camaro, Jaguar XKE, Barracuda, Cougar, Griffith, Porsche 911.
GROUP 7: World Championship of Sports Cars on slicks. Under 2 Liter sports cars as raced after 1972. Can Am cars as raced after 1967. Center-seat Can Am cars, SCCA ASR & BSR. Examples: McLaren, Porsche 908, 917, 956, 962; Lola, Chevron, Ferrari 312, 512, Alfa Romeo T33, Lancia, Matra.
GROUP 8: Recognized series-produced sports cars and sedans in production prior to 1979, and later cars by invitation. Examples: Lotus Super 7, Datsun 240Z, BMW 2002, Sunbeam Tiger, Porsche 911, 914, Datsun 510, Escort, Alfa Romeo GTV.
GROUP 9: Wings and slicks formula cars complying with SVRA post-1973 formula car regulations. Examples: Formula 1 and Indy Lights, Formula 5000, Formula 2, Formula Atlantic & Formula B (1600cc); Formula Super Vee (1600cc, air & water cooled); Formula Continental and Formula 3 (1100cc).
GROUP 10: Select GT sports cars and sedans raced between 1973 and 1999. NASCAR Cup and Busch Series stock cars. Trans-Am and production-based contemporary as raced from 1999 to 5 years from today’s date. Examples: Chevrolet Dekon Monza, Porsche 911 RSR, Ferrari 348, Audi S4,
Chevrolet Corvette, DeTomaso Pantera and Dodge Viper.
GROUP 11: GTP/Group C, ALMS, PSCR, WSC, Grand Am prototype cars and SCCA P1 &P2 as raced from 1981 to 5 years from today’s date. Examples: Aston Martin AMR1, Intrepid, Audi R8, Ford Mustang Trans Am, Oldsmobile Aurora, Pontiac Grand Am, Porsche GT2 and Cup.
GROUP 12: Select GT sports cars and sedans raced between 1973 and 5 years prior to today’s date. These are Production-based cars such as Motorola Cup or any other stock / prepared racing series. Early IMSA GTO and GTU small bore cars will be accepted on an individual basis. Examples: Chevrolet Corvette, Dodge Viper, Ford Mustang, Panoz, Datsun Z cars, Nissan ZX, and various BMW, Porsche and Ferrari models.
International GT:
Porsche and Ferrari with Porsches GT3 Cup, Caymans and Boxters competing as Stuttgart Cup and Ferrari (Ferrari Challenge cars) as Maranello Cup.

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