Set on 1,500 acres in the rolling hills just outside downtown Austin, Texas, Circuit of The Americas is a 20-turn, 3.41-mile track designed to challenge the world's most exacting competitors while providing a thrilling spectacle for fans. Running in a counterclockwise direction, the circuit takes advantage of the naturally undulating landscape and includes an intimidating 133-foot hill at Turn 1. The venue is also home to Formula One’s United States Grand Prix.
AUSTIN, Texas (March 26, 2017) – Spec Racer® Ford classes are very, very popular with Sports Car Club of America® competitors. As proof, more than 70 Spec Racer Ford Gen3 drivers took the green flag Sunday at Circuit of the...Read more
It’s been four years since a Sports Car Club of America® premier amateur road racing series made a stop at the 20-turn, 3.41-mile Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. That changed March 24-26 when the Hoosier Racing...Read more
AUSTIN, Texas (March 25, 2017) – It’s been four years since a Sports Car Club of America® premier amateur road racing series has made a stop at the 20-turn, 3.41-mile Circuit of the Americas track in Austin, Texas. That...Read more
The safety of drivers, crew personnel and volunteer workers is of utmost importance for the Sports Car Club of America®. At Club Road Racing weekends, the task of keeping an eye on safety is the responsibility of every...Read more
Hoosier Racing Tire SCCA® Super TourMarch 24-26: Circuit of the Americas -- Austin, Texas
Storylines/Things to Watch:Triumphant Return to COTA -- SCCA’s premier amateur road racing series returns March 24-26 to Circuit of...Read more
Spectators welcomed. Enter via tunnel 2 off COTA Blvd. Sign waiver and get a wristband. Proceed via tunnel 1 to Lot A and park. Catch shuttle to get around. Lot A will be paddocks as well as main paddock/garges and upper paddock. All open. SCCA member wanting pit access show membership card (or buy temp membership) at registration in the media center building. COTA Cafe and food truck will be open all weekend.