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Revolution Cup and Prototype Sprint Series Head to Road America for Exciting Weekend of Racing

The highly anticipated next round of the Revolution Cup, in association with the Prototype Sprint Series Association (PSSA), is set to light up Road America this weekend. Known as "America’s National Park of Speed," this iconic circuit will host thrilling races featuring Revolution, Radical, Ligier, and Wolf prototypes from June 27 to June 30.

This event is a key part of the Trans Am Speed Tour, promising a packed weekend of high-octane racing and family-friendly activities. Beyond the on-track action, attendees can enjoy a classic car show, track tours, local delicacies like bratwurst and Eggers, and explore the historic Elkhart Lake downtown.

Event Schedule:

Thursday, June 27

  • 9:00 AM: Free Practice 1 (30 mins)

  • 9:30 AM: Free Practice 2 (30 mins)

  • 12:40 AM: Free Practice 3 (30 mins)

  • 1:10 PM: Free Practice 4 (30 mins)

  • 2:40 PM: Free Practice 5 (30 mins)

  • 3:10 PM: Free Practice 6 (30 mins)

Friday, June 28

  • 9:50 AM: Free Practice 7 (30 mins)

  • 2:20 PM: Qualifying 1 (30 mins)

Saturday, June 29

  • 10:25 AM: Qualifying 2 (35 mins)

  • 4:00 PM: Sprint Race 1 (30 mins)

Sunday, June 30

  • 9:00 AM: Enduro Race (60 mins)

  • 11:25 AM: Sprint Race 2 (35 mins)

Participants in the Revolution Cup will include entries from Esses Racing, Revolution RSR, and Classic Car Club Racing. Featured drivers are:

  • Zac Moseley, Classic Car Club, Revolution 500SC

  • Marco Cencetti, Classic Car Club, Revolution 500SC

  • Judd Miller, Esses Racing, Revolution 500SC

  • Ron Fletcher, Revolution RSR, Revolution 500SC

  • Chris Hinojosa, Private Entrant, Revolution 500SC

Live coverage of the event can be streamed on YouTube via SpeedTourTV. For real-time updates, fans can use the Race Monitor app by searching for SVRA within the app.

Tickets for the Road America SpeedTour are available now and offer access to an unforgettable weekend of motorsport excitement. Don't miss out on this event that promises something for every racing enthusiast. Buy your tickets here.

Join us at Road America for an exhilarating experience that one day simply won’t cover!

All about Road America

Road America is a renowned motorsport road course located near Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, USA. Road America is highly regarded in the motorsport community for its demanding layout and scenic beauty. It's a favourite among drivers for its challenging nature and among fans for its accessibility and the quality of racing it produces. The combination of history, modern facilities, and diverse racing events makes Road America a cornerstone of American motorsport.

Here are the key details and history of the circuit:



  • Length: 4.048 miles (6.515 kilometres)

  • Turns: 14

  • Opened: 1955

  • Layout: Natural road course, featuring long straights, elevation changes, and a mix of high-speed and technical corners.

  • Direction: Clockwise


  • Early Years: Road America was established in 1955 and quickly gained a reputation for its challenging layout and beautiful setting in the Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive area.

  • Significant Races: Over the decades, it has hosted a variety of major motorsport events, including the American Le Mans Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series, IndyCar Series, and the IMSA SportsCar Championship.

  • Renovations: The track has undergone several updates and improvements to ensure safety and maintain its status as a premier racing venue. These include upgrades to the track surface, safety barriers, and facilities.

Key Features

  • The Carousel: A long, sweeping right-hand turn that tests the handling and endurance of both cars and drivers.

  • Canada Corner: A high-speed corner that requires precise braking and is a favourite spot for spectators.

  • The Kink: A fast and narrow right-hand kink that can be a make-or-break section of the track.

  • Thunder Valley: A section characterised by its elevation changes and challenging turns.

  • The Moraine Sweep: A series of fast, flowing corners that lead into a heavy braking zone at Turn 5.

Facilities and Amenities

  • Paddock and Garages: Modern facilities to accommodate teams and drivers.

  • Spectator Areas: Multiple viewing areas, grandstands, and camping spots for fans to enjoy the races from different perspectives.

  • Family-Friendly Activities: Includes activities such as go-karting, motorcycle schools, and other motorsport-related events.



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