Masters USA set for a storming season with an over subscribed grid confirmed for Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada Support Race
The 2017 Masters USA season is shaping up to be our best yet with three F1 Support Races on the 2017 calendar and trips to the famous road circuits of Laguna Seca, Mosport and Road America thrown into the mix.
The US season kicks off on May 19/21 with a West Coast trip to the inaugural Spring Classic at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. This year SCRAMP will also be celebrating 60 years of racing at this iconic circuit synonymous for the famous Corkscrew. We already have 15 cars entered and are hoping to talk a few more into joining is – Formula 1 machinery on this technical circuit is sure to delight crowds and drivers alike!
Just 3 weeks after the Spring Classic, Masters USA is delighted to be making a trip to Montreal for a Support Race at the Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada on June 9/11. The full Masters USA grid will thrill the F1 crowds with plenty of noise and images from the 70s and 80s. As Canada celebrates 50 years of Formula 1, Masters USA will shine in the Formula 1 limelight, putting on a resplendent display to stir the memories!
Five days later and just a 6-hour drive from Montreal, Masters USA gets the chance to experience the twists and turns of the Mosport circuit, which hosted the Canadian GP from the early 60s through the late 70s and remains relatively unchanged since that time. The VARAC Vintage Grand Prix at the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, June 15/17, is sure to be a weekend that echoes the bygone years of the Canadian Grand Prix with many of the Montreal cars giving Mosport a go on their way South. We share the headlines here with the Diamond Jubilee Formula Junior World Tour and a party atmosphere is sure to be part of the package.
Following the first three events we travel to Road America for WeatherTech International presented by The Hawk on July 21/23 before heading south for our double-header finale as Support Races to the US Grand Prix, October 20/22, and Gran Premio du Mexico, October 27/29.