The Sports Car Club of America has announced an expanded operating agreement with Parella Motorsports Holdings (PMH) for SCCA Pro Racing, and the launch of SCCA’s new Enduro program.
Already executing on long-term licensing agreements with PMH for the promotion and commercial rights management of the Trans Am Series, Formula 4 (F4) United States Championship, and Formula Regional Americas (FRA) series, SCCA has expanded the partnership to include the operation and staffing of all SCCA Pro Racing series activities.
Under the expanded agreement, PMH will assume responsibility for the promotion, operating, staffing and commercial aspects of SCCA Pro Racing beginning in 2022, while sanction and FIA sporting oversight of the F4 U.S. and FRA Championships, and FIA International events, will remain with SCCA.
With the shift, VP of Road Racing Eric Prill will now oversee both professional and amateur road racing activities for SCCA.
Jon Krolewicz, current Sr. Manager of Time Trials/Track Events, will add endurance and regional-based road racing to his portfolio as the new Sr. Manager of Regional Track Program Development.
SCCA Pro Racing General Manager Sydney Davis Yagel will transition to a senior management role with PMH at the end of the year, continuing to work closely with Prill on SCCA Pro Racing initiatives. SCCA Road Racing Director Deanna Flanagan’s role leading the Summit Racing Equipment SCCA Road Racing program, including the U.S. Majors Tour, Hoosier Super Tour, and National Championship Runoffs, remains unchanged.
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