Motorsport championships similar to or like United States Auto Club

One of the sanctioning bodies of auto racing in the United States. Wikipedia

  • Northeastern Midget Association

    Sanctioning body of short track auto racing in the United States and is the oldest sanctioning body of midget car type open wheel racing in North America. Held at the Thompson Speedway Clubhouse for the purpose of forming a new midget racing organization. Wikipedia

  • USAC Stock Car

    The stock car racing class sanctioned by the United States Auto Club . The division raced nationally; drivers from USAC's open wheel classes like Indy cars, Silver Crown, sprints, and midgets frequently competed in races and won championships. Wikipedia

  • Formula One

    Highest class of single-seater auto racing sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) and owned by the Formula One Group. The FIA Formula One World Championship has been one of the premier forms of racing around the world since its inaugural season in 1950. Wikipedia

  • Champ Car

    The trade name for Open Wheel Racing Series Inc., a sanctioning body for American open-wheel car racing that operated from 2004 to 2008. The successor to Championship Auto Racing Teams , which sanctioned the PPG Indy Car World Series from 1979 until dissolving after the 2003 season. Wikipedia

  • Formula 4 United States Championship

    Auto racing series that will be held under FIA Formula 4 regulations. The championship will be sanctioned by SCCA Pro Racing, the professional racing division of the Sports Car Club of America, in conjunction with the Automobile Competition Committee for the United States, the United States representative to the FIA. Wikipedia

  • FIA World Endurance Championship

    Auto racing world championship organized by the Automobile Club de l'Ouest and sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). First endurance series of world championship status since the demise of the World Sportscar Championship at the end of 1992. Wikipedia

  • Auto racing RallyCross series, running in the United Kingdom. Known as the TOYO Tyre's MSA British RallyCross Championship. Wikipedia

  • World of Outlaws

    American motorsports sanctioning body. The body sanctions two major national touring series. Wikipedia

  • Brazilian auto racing series, composed of trucks prepared for race. The category replaces the Fórmula Truck series in 2017. Wikipedia

  • International Race of Champions

    North American auto racing competition, created by Les Richter, Roger Penske and Mike Phelps, promoted as an equivalent of an American motorsports All-Star Game. Primarily associated with North American, oval-track racing. Wikipedia

  • European Championship (auto racing)

    Annual competition in auto racing that existed prior to the establishment of the Formula One world championship in 1950. Established in 1931 and ran until the end of 1939 with a hiatus from 1933–34, and awarded points to drivers based on the results of selected Grand Prix races, the so-called Grandes Épreuves . Wikipedia

  • Global MX-5 Cup

    Professional Spec Miata series sanctioned by IndyCar in the United States. Launched in 2006. Wikipedia

  • ARCA Midwest Tour

    Pavement Super Late Model auto racing series based in the Midwestern United States with its headquarters in Oregon, Wisconsin. The Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA) sanctions the regional series as a developmental series along with its CRA Super Series. Wikipedia

  • Zero-emission international auto racing championship. Planned to start in 2018, but was delayed due to a lack of a lead investor. Wikipedia

  • Vanderbilt Cup

    The first major trophy in American auto racing. Founded by William Kissam Vanderbilt II in 1904 and first held on October 8 on a course set out in Nassau County on Long Island, New York. Wikipedia

  • BMW M1 Procar Championship

    One-make auto racing series created by Jochen Neerpasch, head of BMW Motorsport GmbH, the racing division of automobile manufacturer BMW. The series pitted professional drivers from the Formula One World Championship, World Sportscar Championship, European Touring Car Championship, and other international series against one another using identically modified BMW M1 sports cars. Wikipedia

  • Touring car racing series based in the United States. Managed by the Stéphane Ratel Organisation and sanctioned by the United States Auto Club. Wikipedia

  • Auto racing championship based in the Netherlands. The series, founded in 2009 by the SRO Group as the Dutch GT4 Championship, uses grand tourer cars conforming to the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile GT4 regulations. Wikipedia

  • Sports car racing series based in the United States. Blancpain GT World Challenge America support series. Wikipedia

  • Auto racing championship series consisting of several one-make series events of open wheel single seater formula cars and saloon cars in India. Also considered to be the stepping stone for Indian Racing drivers who want to break into international motorsports. Wikipedia

  • Auto racing series for grand tourer cars. Emphasis on gentleman drivers, Blancpain GT Sports Club is a championship for Bronze, Titanium and Iron drivers only. Wikipedia

  • Formula Car Challenge

    National Auto Sport Association-affiliated car racing series, operating in four different regions across the United States: West Coast, South West, East Coast and Mid West. Also an annual championship involving all four regions. Wikipedia

  • Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series

    Short course off-road racing series in the United States and also in Mexico beginning in 2015. The series features events in Arizona, California, Nevada, Missouri and also host a weekend of racing in Ensenada, Mexico at Baja International Short Course near Estero Beach. Wikipedia

  • SCCA Spec Racer Ford Pro Series

    Sports car racing series in the United States. Revived for 2010 and 2011. Wikipedia

  • Blancpain GT World Challenge America

    North American auto racing series launched in 1990 by the Sports Car Club of America. Managed by the Stephane Ratel Organisation since 2018, and is sanctioned by the United States Auto Club since 2017. Wikipedia

  • Indy Lights

    American developmental automobile racing series sanctioned by IndyCar, currently known as Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires for sponsorship reasons. Highest step on the Road to Indy, a program of racing series leading up to the IndyCar Series. Wikipedia

  • Proposed class of auto racing that only uses electric vehicles to race off-road in extremely remote parts of the world using electric SUVs. Conceived in 2018, and the inaugural championship is planned for 2021. Wikipedia

  • Stock Car Brasil

    Touring car auto racing series based in Brazil. Considered the major South American motorsports series. Wikipedia

  • Formula One motor racing championship held in the United Kingdom. Often referred to as the Aurora AFX Formula One series due to the Aurora company's sponsorship of the series for three of the four seasons. Wikipedia

  • West German auto racing series created by the ADAC in 1986 as a replacement for the Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft . The series used Group C category sports prototypes identical to the ones used in the World Sportscar Championship, yet running nearly exclusively within West Germany. Wikipedia


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  • The Eldora Speedway is a major dirt oval that hosts NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, World of Outlaws Sprint Cars and USAC Silver Crown Series races.Ohio-Wikipedia
  • Two auto racing sanctioning bodies are headquartered in the city (INDYCAR and United States Auto Club) along with more than 500 motorsports companies and racing teams, employing some 10,000 people in the region.Indianapolis-Wikipedia
  • Lime Rock Park in Salisbury is a 1.5 mile road racing course, home to the International Motor Sports Association, SCCA, United States Auto Club, and K&N Pro Series East races.Connecticut-Wikipedia
  • The Automobile Club of Italy held 500 mi Race of Two Worlds exhibition competitions, intended to pit United States Auto Club IndyCars against European Formula One and sports cars.Autodromo Nazionale di Monza-Wikipedia
  • In 1990, Gordon won his second consecutive Night Before the 500, the Hut Hundred, and the Belleville Midget Nationals on his way to winning the USAC national Midget title.Jeff Gordon-Wikipedia
  • By the late 1970s there arose some resistance from certain car owners and drivers as to the direction being taken by USAC, the auto racing sanctioning body that among other things, governed the Indianapolis 500 event.Indianapolis Motor Speedway-Wikipedia
  • When USAC was formed in 1956, the sanctioning body's headquarters were constructed nearly across the street.Indianapolis Motor Speedway-Wikipedia
  • Although no Brabham car ever won at Indianapolis, McElreath won four United States Automobile Club (USAC) races over 1965 and 1966 in the BT12.Brabham-Wikipedia
  • Stewart has enjoyed a highly successful career in USAC; he has 27 USAC National Midget wins to his credit, as well as 10 wins in the Sprint cars and three in the Silver Crown series.Tony Stewart-Wikipedia
  • Speedway owner Tony Hulman founded USAC in 1956, which took over sanctioning of the race and the sport of Championship racing.Indianapolis 500-Wikipedia
  • In 1991, Gordon captured the USAC Silver Crown, and at the age of 20 became the youngest driver to win the season championship.Jeff Gordon-Wikipedia
  • McLaren first contested the United States Auto Club's (USAC) Indianapolis 500 race in 1970, encouraged by their tyre supplier Goodyear, which wanted to break competitor Firestone's stranglehold on the event.McLaren-Wikipedia
  • In 1995, Stewart became the first driver to win USAC's version of the Triple Crown, earning championships in all three of USAC's major divisions, National Midget, Sprint, and Silver Crown.Tony Stewart-Wikipedia
  • Since the mid-2000s, the speedway has occasionally hosted USAC quarter midget races on an infield oval.Indianapolis Motor Speedway-Wikipedia
  • Other racing circuits include the USC sanctioned Bear Ridge Speedway, and the NASCAR sanctioned Devil's Bowl Speedway.Vermont-Wikipedia
  • At its inception, the IRL used methanol racing fuel, which had been the standard for USAC Championship Car Series/Gold Crown Series racing since the 1964 Indianapolis 500 as a safer alternative to gasoline.IndyCar Series-Wikipedia
  • The next year, Gordon was awarded a USAC license at age 16, the youngest driver to do so.Jeff Gordon-Wikipedia
  • In 1975; Cosworth developed the DFX, by destroking the engine to 2650 cc and adding a turbocharger, the DFX became the standard engine to run in IndyCar racing, ending the reign of the Offenhauser, and maintaining that position until the late 1980s.Cosworth-Wikipedia
  • CART was founded in 1979 by United States Auto Club (USAC) Championship Division team owners who disagreed with the direction and leadership of USAC, with the then-novel idea of car owners sanctioning and promoting their own series collectively instead of relying on a neutral body to do so.Champ Car-Wikipedia
  • After Labonte's departure, Gibbs announced that JGR Busch Series driver and former USAC standout J. J. Yeley would replace him in the No.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • In 2018, SRO Motorsports Group has taken over the management of Pirelli World Challenge, with USAC as its sanctioning body since 2017.Sports car racing-Wikipedia
  • The channel would also broadcast various motorsports series on its Lucas Oil Motorsports Hour program such as USAC, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, and World Series of Off-Road Racing.NBCSN-Wikipedia
  • In 1977, the first Copper World Classic was held, a marque event for USAC midget and Silver Crown cars.ISM Raceway-Wikipedia
  • In November 2003, JGR signed highly touted USAC Champion J. J. Yeley to a multi-year contract, beginning his stock car career with eight ARCA Menards Series events and 10-12 Busch Series races in the 2004 season.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • The 1990s saw Mercedes-Benz purchase British engine builder Ilmor (now Mercedes-Benz High Performance Engines), and campaign IndyCars under the USAC/CART rules, eventually winning the 1994 Indianapolis 500 and 1994 CART IndyCar World Series Championship with Al Unser, Jr. at the wheel.Mercedes-Benz-Wikipedia
  • In 1969, modified versions of the 428 Mach 1, Boss 429 and Boss 302 took 295 United States Auto Club-certified records at Bonneville Salt Flats.Ford Mustang-Wikipedia
  • Throughout his racing career, Stewart has won racing titles in Indy, midget, sprint, and USAC Silver Crown cars.Tony Stewart-Wikipedia
  • ISM Raceway has also hosted the CART, IndyCar Series, USAC and the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.ISM Raceway-Wikipedia
  • He moved up to the United Midget Racing Association (UMRA) where he raced TQ (three quarter) midgets until 1991, when he again moved up this time to the United States Auto Club (USAC) series with help from one of his karting sponsors and friend Mark Dismore.Tony Stewart-Wikipedia
  • In response, Indianapolis Motor Speedway president Tony Hulman formed the United States Auto Club (USAC) to take over the sanctioning of what was called "championship" auto racing, or open wheel racing, whose biggest event was the annual Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.Champ Car-Wikipedia

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