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GT4 America Series

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GT4 America Series
CategoryGrand tourer (GT4)
CountryUnited States
Inaugural season2019
Official website
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Current season

The GT4 America Series is a sports car racing series based in the United States. It takes over the GTS class of the Pirelli World Challenge, which adopted global GT4 technical regulations in 2018, and it is a Blancpain GT World Challenge America support series. It is managed by the Stéphane Ratel Organisation and sanctioned by the United States Auto Club.



In 2016 an extended sprint format series was added as a standalone championship in addition to its existing Sprint format racing series. SprintX races are 60 minutes in length and feature mandatory driver and tire changes.[1]

GT4 East & GT4 West

Beginning in 2019, GT4 America began two regional series integrated into its Sprint X Championship. The regional series consist of five rounds each in the eastern and western sides of North America in a two-driver, pro-am format.

  • Winners :
Year SprintX Pro-Am Cup SprintX Am Cup Sprint Am Cup East Pro-Am Cup East Am Cup West Pro-Am Cup West Am Cup Sprint Overall
2019 United States Greg Liefooghe
United States Sean Quinlan
United States Stephen Cameron Racing
Germany BMW M4 GT4
United States Preston Calvert
United States Matt Keegan
United StatesTeam Panoz Racing
United States Panoz Avezzano
United States Drew Staveley
United States Lay Racing
United States Ford Mustang GT4
United States Justin Raphael
United Kingdom Stevan McAleer
United States BMW Classic
Germany BMW
United States Matt Fassnacht
United States Christian Szymczak
United States Murillo Racing
Germany Mercedes AMG GT4
United States Harry Gottsacker
United States Jon Miller
Canada ST Racing
Germany BMW M4 GT4
United States Jeff Burton
United States Vesko Kozarov
United States Matt Fassnacht & Christian Szymczak Rearden Racing
Germany Audi R8 LMS GT4
United States Ian James
United States Team Panoz Racing
United States Panoz Avezzano
Year SprintX Pro-Am Cup SprintX Am Cup Sprint AM Cup SprintX Silver Cup Sprint Pro Cup
2020 United States - United States United States United States United States


  1. ^ "Pirelli World Challenge to add 'extended sprint' races in 2016". 28 May 2015. Retrieved 24 December 2015.

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