Confirming the Exclusive Racing promoted Formula Pro USA F3 and F4 Western Championship Winter Series dates one month ago, series officials are putting the finishing touches on their 2020 program. With four races and two test days and two different California locations, teams and competitors can put together six on track days over a ten-day span as they shift their new season of competition into gear. With the first event under six weeks away, registration is now open with discounted package prices.
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“Our first event is less than forty days away, and we are anticipating growth from our 2019 efforts,” explained Brent Morgan. “Our series provides the perfect opportunity for both F3 and F4 racers on the East Coast and West Coast to get some testing and race action in before the national campaign starts. It is also a great transition into our Summer Series which we will announce details on in the very near future.”
While 2020 will be the first year for the Ligier JS F3 in the series, Morgan is excited about the opportunity that it brings racers.
“By adding F3, we have kept alignment with SCCA Pro and their national programs,” added Morgan. “It also allows us to provide an opportunity for drivers to advance up the ladder and test at an affordable cost. The hard costs for the equipment remain the same but we have worked hard on pricing to award racers the best bang for their buck!”
The first event of 2020 will hit the track over the weekend of January 24th – 26th at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. The first two rounds of the four round series will take place in the Roval style event that will utilize both the infield road course and the famed Auto Club Speedway oval. From there, teams and drivers will travel north to Sonoma Raceway for rounds three and four on February 1st – 2nd in Wine Country and the beautiful Napa Valley but not before Exclusive Racing offers two test days at Buttonwillow Raceway on Tuesday and Wednesday between race weekends.”
Morgan continued, “Our goal is to provide drivers with ample on track time. The test between the races allows teams to test new drivers or get current competitors some extra laps. Our format from Fontana to Buttonwillow to Sonoma is easy to travel and does not back track to keep costs in check. We put a lot of effort into ensuring value for our teams.”
Along with planning efforts and a superb racing series, Exclusive Racing has put together a tremendous registration package for the ten days of on track. Special Winter Series Package pricing of $3995 is available for the ten-day race series. This includes registration for both race weekends at Fontana and Sonoma (including the Friday test days) and both test days at Buttonwillow.