2024 Trans Am National Schedule Boasts Addition of Two Tracks - Engine Builder Magazine

2024 Trans Am National Schedule Boasts Addition of Two Tracks

The Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli has announced the 2024 schedules for its national championship, which will visit 12 venues. Officials also announced details for its Western championship, which will stop at six tracks with its eleven-race schedule.

The national championship schedule offers the return to many of the same classic venues as seasons past, as well as the addition of two tracks that have been absent from the schedule for several years.

The Western championship will see fewer event weekends but more races due to the addition of more doubleheaders, organizers said.

“We’re incredibly excited to return to Pitt Race and to once again have a presence in Canada with the addition of Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. We’re still looking to finalize one additional event for the TA2 class, which we hope to announce soon,” said Trans Am President John Clagett.

For more information, visit gotransam.com.

2024 Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli National Championship Schedule

  • February 22-25, Sebring International Raceway (Sebring, Florida)
  • March 21-24, Road Atlanta (Braselton, Georgia)
  • April 11-14, NOLA Motorsports Park (Avondale, Louisiana)
  • May 10-11, World Wide Technology Raceway, TA2 Only (Madison, Illinois)
  • May 24-27, Lime Rock Park (Lakeville, Connecticut)
  • June 7-9, Pittsburgh International Race Complex, TA/XGT/SGT/GT Only (Wampum, Pennsylvania)
  • June 20-23, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course (Lexington, Ohio)
  • June 28-30, Road America (Plymouth, Wisconsin)
  • August 21-25, Watkins Glen International (Watkins Glen, New York)
  • Aug. 29-Sept. 1, Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada)
  • October 3-6, VIRginia International Raceway (Alton, Virginia)
  • Oct. 31-Nov. 3, Circuit of The Americas (Austin, Texas)


2024 Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli Western Championship Schedule

  • March 1-3, Thunderhill Raceway Park, Doubleheader (Willows, California)
  • April 18-21, Sonoma Raceway, Doubleheader (Sonoma, California)
  • May 2-5, WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, Doubleheader (Salinas, California)
  • July 26-28, Portland International Raceway, Doubleheader (Portland, Oregon)
  • October 18-20, Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch, Doubleheader (Pahrump, Nevada)
  • Oct. 31-Nov. 3, Circuit of The Americas (Austin, Texas)

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