Sport governing bodies similar to or like Grand-Am Road Racing

Auto racing sanctioning body that was established in 1999 to organize road racing competitions in North America. Wikipedia

  • International Motor Sports Association

    North American various auto racing sanctioning body based in Daytona Beach, Florida under the jurisdiction of the ACCUS arm of the FIA. Started by John Bishop, a former executive director of SCCA , and his wife Peggy in 1969 with help from Bill France, Sr. of NASCAR. Wikipedia


    American auto racing sanctioning and operating company that is best known for stock-car racing. Its three largest or National series are the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, the Xfinity Series, and the Gander Outdoors Truck Series. Wikipedia

  • Sports Car Club of America

    American automobile club and sanctioning body supporting road racing, rallying, and autocross in the United States. Formed in 1944, it runs many programs for both amateur and professional racers. Wikipedia

  • IndyCar

    American-based auto racing sanctioning body for Indy car racing and other disciplines of open wheel car racing. The organization sanctions four racing series: the premier IndyCar Series with its centerpiece the Indianapolis 500, and developmental series Indy Lights, the Indy Pro 2000 Championship and the U.S. F2000 National Championship, which are all a part of The Road To Indy. Wikipedia

  • International Supermodified Association

    Sanctioning body of short track auto racing in the United States and is the largest sanctioning body of supermodified type open wheel racing. Founded in 1974 by multi-time Oswego Speedway champions Jim Shampine and Nolan Swift to ensure the future of supermodified racing. Wikipedia

  • Pro racing division of the Sports Car Club of America. Formed in 1963, the company is a fully owned subsidiary of SCCA. Wikipedia

  • Open-wheel auto racing sanctioning body that organizes the O'Reilly Sprint Bandits Tour 'N Topless Midwest Swing event for wingless 410-ci sprint cars. Part of a larger organization, the American Sprint Car Series, . Wikipedia

  • Valenti Modified Racing Series

    Modified stock car racing sanctioning body based out of Canaan, New Hampshire. The series sanctions modified races throughout New England. Wikipedia


    The governing body for amateur and professional stock car racing in Canada. Established in 1981 by President Anthony Novotny, CASCAR boasted the highest level of stock car racing in Canada and sanctioned Canada's only national stock car racing series, the CASCAR Super Series. Wikipedia

  • United States Classic Racing Association

    Organization that organizes and promotes vintage motorcycle racing events, primarily road racing. The USCRA typically runs four racing events per year of one to three days each. Wikipedia

  • Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme

    Global governing/sanctioning body of motorcycle racing. It represents 111 national motorcycle federations that are divided into six regional continental unions. Wikipedia

  • Sanctioning body for stock car racing that operated in the Southeastern United States during the late 1940s and early 1950s. Considered to be the most significant challenge to NASCAR's dominance of the sport; however it proved incapable of competing with the larger sanction, and closed down midway through the 1951 racing season. Wikipedia

  • Governing body for motorcycle racing in Australia, covering road racing, motocross, trials, supercross, dirt track, supermoto and speedway. Affiliated with the international governing body, Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme , based in Geneva, Switzerland. Wikipedia

  • Racing organization for hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicles, announced on January 10, 2007. Founded by Peter M. DeLorenzo, who also acts as the league's president and CEO. Wikipedia

  • Second largest drag racing sanctioning body after the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA). Formed in November 1970 by businessman Larry Carrier. Wikipedia

  • Proposed American stock car automobile racing organization founded by Hank Durschlag and Charles Jeter that was scheduled to begin operations in 2004. Proposed by a group called Team Sports and Entertainment Inc., whose shareholders included Cale Yarborough, a three-time winner of the NASCAR Winston Cup Series season title, television executive Robert Wussler; and former college football coach Danny Ford. Wikipedia

  • Racing governing body which set rules and hosted Sprint car racing events in Southern California. Formed in the garage of Babe Ouse in 1945. Wikipedia

  • National Hot Rod Association

    Drag racing governing body, which sets rules in drag racing and hosts events all over the United States and Canada. With over 40,000 drivers in its rosters, the NHRA claims to be the largest motorsports sanctioning body in the world. Wikipedia

  • Not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving, restoring and competing on historic motorcycles. Leading vintage motorcycle racing group in North America and one of the largest in the world. Wikipedia

  • Mexican Cycling Federation

    National governing body of cycle racing in Mexico. It covers the disciplines of road racing, track cycling, cyclo-cross, BMX, mountain biking and cycle speedway. Wikipedia

  • National governing body of cycle racing in the Dominican Republic. Member of the UCI and COPACI. Wikipedia

  • Governing body of motorcycle sport in Great Britain, including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, but excluding Northern Ireland. Founded in 1903 with the name of the Auto-Cycle Club, as a branch of the Automobile Club of Great Britain . Wikipedia

  • CARS Tour

    Stock car auto racing series in the United States. Sanctioned by the Championship Auto Racing Series. Wikipedia

  • Maritime Pro Stock Tour

    Annual racing tour located in the Maritime provinces of Canada. Founded in 2001 to provide a short track racing in the Maritime provinces and is the successor to the MASCARA R tour. Wikipedia

  • United Hockey Union

    Group of ice hockey leagues in North America. Overseen and insured by the Amateur Athletic Union. Wikipedia

  • Official governing body of motor sport in Australia. Affiliated with the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile . Wikipedia

  • Motor Sports Association

    National membership organisation and governing body for four-wheel motorsport in the United Kingdom, representing competitors, volunteers, clubs and fans. Recognised as the sole motor sport governing body for the United Kingdom by the world governing body, the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile . Wikipedia

  • Fédération Internationale de Volleyball

    International governing body for all forms of volleyball. Brazilian Ary Graça. Wikipedia


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  • The following year, the six-hour race returned once again with the newly founded Grand American Road Racing Association (Grand-Am) sanctioning the event.Watkins Glen International-Wikipedia
  • Another prototype and GT racing championship exists in the United States; the Grand-Am, which began in 2000, sanctions its own endurance series, the Rolex Sports Car Series, which consists of slower and lower-cost race cars compared to LMP and FIA GT cars.Auto racing-Wikipedia
  • Sports car racing in general extends far beyond ACO and FIA rules, encompassing the Grand-Am professional series as well as amateur road racing classes in the Sports Car Club of America in North America.Sports car racing-Wikipedia
  • Ford won championships in the Grand-Am Road Racing Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge for the 2005, 2008, and 2009 seasons with the Mustang FR500C and GT models.Ford Mustang-Wikipedia
  • Further splits in the American scene saw the Grand American Road Racing Association form a separate series, the Rolex Sports Car Series, with its own GT and prototype rules aimed at providing cheaper, lower-cost racing for independent teams.Sports car racing-Wikipedia
  • The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve also hosted a round of the Champ Car World Series from 2002–2007, and was home to the NAPA Auto Parts 200, a NASCAR Nationwide Series race, and the Montréal 200, a Grand Am Rolex Sports Car Series race.Montreal-Wikipedia
  • 2005 also marked the first running of the Mexico City 250 by the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series.Mexico City-Wikipedia
  • Mustangs competed in the now-defunct Grand-Am Road Racing Ford Racing Mustang Challenge for the Miller Cup series.Ford Mustang-Wikipedia
  • The Grand American Road Racing Association (Grand-Am) was a sanctioning body of sports car racing.NASCAR-Wikipedia
  • Daytona Prototypes are a product of the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series, and offer a different interpretation of the prototype theme.Sports car racing-Wikipedia
  • The Indy Grand Prix of Alabama shares the Barber Motorsports Park road course with Superbike and sports car GrandAm races.Birmingham, Alabama-Wikipedia
  • He kicked off 2007 with a win in his first Rolex 24 at Daytona race in the Grand American Road Racing Association.Juan Pablo Montoya-Wikipedia
  • Lola (in association with Tracy Krohn) took over the Multimatic franchise in Grand-Am's Daytona Prototype category in 2007.Lola Cars-Wikipedia
  • The fifth-generation Camaro took to the tracks in 2010 in the GT class of the Grand Am Road Racing Championship.Chevrolet Camaro-Wikipedia
  • Starting in 2006, Subaru of America (SOA), as the official distributor of Subaru vehicles in the United States participates in the Subaru Road Racing Team (SRRT) with a Subaru Legacy 2.5 GT Spec-B in the Grand-Am Street Tuner class.Subaru-Wikipedia
  • On September 5, 2012, the series announced that they would fully merge in 2014 with Grand-Am Road Racing under the banner of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship, with the International Motor Sports Association.American Le Mans Series-Wikipedia
  • In 2012, Don Panoz sold the Braselton, Georgia-based ALMS to Grand-Am Road Racing and helped organize a merger between the ALMS and the Rolex Sports Car Series.International Motor Sports Association-Wikipedia
  • Pirelli was also supplied Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series from 2008 until at least 2010 before replaced by Continental AG in 2011.Pirelli-Wikipedia
  • In 2001, Ganassi bought a majority stake in Felix Sabates' Team SABCO NASCAR team, which had operated since 1989, marking his entry into that championship and inheriting that organizations history, while also partnering to compete in the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series.Chip Ganassi Racing-Wikipedia
  • This strong manufacturer influence led the ACO to lending the Le Mans name to a sports car series in the United States in 1999, known as the American Le Mans Series, which ran until the end of the 2013 season after which it merged with Grand-Am to form the United SportsCar Championship.24 Hours of Le Mans-Wikipedia
  • Pirelli has been sponsoring sport competitions since 1907 and is the exclusive tyre supplier for the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series for 2008–2010, FIA Formula One World Championship for 2011–2023 and for the FIM World Superbike Championship.Pirelli-Wikipedia
  • Lexus' participation in endurance racing further includes the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, sanctioned by the Grand American Road Racing Association.Lexus-Wikipedia
  • In 2013, the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series announced they would come to the track for the 2013 season.Kansas Speedway-Wikipedia
  • In 2012, Ferrari developed a modified version of the 458 GT3 for Grand-Am.Ferrari 458-Wikipedia
  • Together, they have won 12 Open Wheel titles (4 in CART, 8 in IndyCar), 5 Grand-Am Road Racing championships, and wins in the Indianapolis 500 (Four times), Daytona 500, Brickyard 400, 24 Hours of Daytona, 12 Hours of Sebring and a 24 Hours of Le Mans class win, and over 200 wins across all categories.Chip Ganassi Racing-Wikipedia
  • Other notable series have included NASCAR's Grand National (now Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series) in 1956 and Xfinity Series since 2010, CART from 1982 until 2007, Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Racing Series, CanAm, Trans-Am, AMA, and the SCCA National Championship Runoffs from 2009 to 2013.Road America-Wikipedia
  • Montoya also ran two Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series races in the BMW-powered No.02 for Chip Ganassi Racing—the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona and the Brickyard Grand Prix at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, as part of Super Weekend at the Brickyard, finishing in fourth place in both events.Juan Pablo Montoya-Wikipedia
  • After several ownership changes at IMSA which changed the direction the organization followed, it was decided by the 1990s that the Daytona event would align with the Grand-Am series, a competitor of the American Le Mans Series, which, as its name implies, uses the same regulations as the Le Mans Series and the 24 Hours of Le Mans.24 Hours of Daytona-Wikipedia
  • In March 2010, GT Association (the governing body in Super GT series in Japan) reported the ITR are starting to unite the mechanical regulation with Japan's GT500 (Super GT's upper class), and NASCAR's Grand American Road Racing Association Grand Touring division to form a new Grand Touring specification.Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters-Wikipedia
  • After the 1999 USRRC season was cancelled halfway through its schedule due to a lack of competitors, a second attempt at a new sports car sanction body known as the Grand American Road Racing Association was created with full support of NASCAR's France family and other motorsports notables and had its inaugural season in 2000.International Motor Sports Association-Wikipedia

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