- 28 Entries across ten manufacturers make up a very diverse grid
- CrowdStrike Racing, George Kurtz lead SRO3 Championship after St. Pete
- Marko Radisic’s SRQ BMW hold a slim margin in GT4 points
- Entry List (PDF) | Timetable (PDF)
After an action-packed two-race weekend at St. Pete, GT America Powered by AWS will make its way across the country to Northern California to compete on the Bay Area’s world-renowned facility, Sonoma Raceway April 15-17 presented by CrowdStrike. The 28-car field is composed of GT4 and SRO3 entries, and is sure to showcase some excellent sprint race action.
Heavy Hitters in SRO3
After a hard-fought Race 2 win at St. Petersburg, George Kurtz will be driving the #04 Crowdstrike Racing by Riley Motorsports Mercedes-AMG GT3. St. Petersburg’s Race 1 winner, Jason Daskalos of Daskalos Motorsports, also returns to pilot his #27 Audi R8 LMS.
GMG Racing will be fielding their #032 Porsche 911 GT3-R driven by Kyle Washington, and Triarsi Competizione will be in the fold as well with their #37 Ferrari 488 GT3 driven by Justin Wetherill. Mirco Shultis of Mishumotors will be behind the wheel of the #70 Callaway Corvette C7 GT3, followed by teammates Jason Harward and Jeff Burton in the #88 and #191 Zelus Motorsports Lamborghini Huracan GT3s.
An Exceptionally Large GT4 Field
The Aston Martin Vantage GT4 AMR will have a strong showing with 6 cars in the field. These include the #2 GMG Racing machine driven by St. Petersburg Race 2 winner Jason Bell, followed by Elias Sabo in the #8 Flying Lizard Motorsport car, and Bryan Putt in the #15 BSport Racing machine. Gray Newell’s piloting the #25 Heart of Racing car, Ross Chouest will be in the #50 Chouest Povoledo Racing car, and rounding out the Aston Martin field is Sean Whalen in the #888 Zelus Motorsports entry.
Four entries will race under the Porsche badge, with Adam Adelson in the #120 Premier Racing Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR entry, followed by Robb Holland in the #99 Rotek Racing, Alain Stad in the #19 Nolasport car, and Hutton McKenna in the #30 Wright Motorsports Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS Clubsport.
Steve Dinan will be behind the wheel of the #930 CarBahn with Peregrine Racing Audi R8 LMS, and Chris Alliegro will compete in the #124 ARG/Rotek Racing Ford Mustang GT4.
SRQ Motorsports teammates Marko Radisic and Rick Uhler will pilot the #22 and #28 BMW M4 GT4s. Radisic won Race 1 of GT America at St. Pete and currently leads the GT4 Driver’s championship.
Flying the flag of Affalterbach, Germany in three Mercedes-AMG GT4s will be teammates Chris Gumprecht and Custodio Toledo in the #79 and #89 RENNtech Motorsports rigs, followed by Chris Cagnazzi in the #39 Cameron Racing entry.
Finally, a healthy field of Toyota GR Supra GT4s will populate the field. Nick Shanny and Moisey Uretsky will drive the #21 and #55 Accelerating Performance entries, while Smooge Racing will campaign the #67 and #69 cars piloted by Jose DaSilva and Todd Coleman.
The 2022 Season Momentum Rolls On
The second season GT America is sure to be one for the history books with strong car-counts, solid driving talent, and some of the best racetracks that North America has to offer.
Tickets are available at bit.ly/gtsonoma2022, starting at just $10. Enjoy California’s Wine Country with the sights and sounds of sports car racing while getting up-close with the cars and stars of the series in our open paddock.