McLaren Formula 1 driver Lando Norris headlined a weekend packed with cars and stars at the fourth annual Velocity Invitational at Sonoma Raceway, November 10-12.
More than 20,000 people turned out over three days for the motorsports and lifestyle event, which featured an unparalleled lineup of the rarest cars in the world in the paddock and on the track, including modern hypercars, historic Formula 1 race cars, a Can-Am class, popular vintage racing groups, the Mustangs vs. Minis enduro.
Speedway Motorsports and THOR Industries have announced a new partnership designating the global recreational vehicle company as the “Official RV Partner of Speedway Motorsports.”
The Velocity Invitational returns to Sonoma Raceway Nov. 10-12 for the ultimate weekend of multi-million-dollar cars, food, wine and family-friendly fun. Here are 10 reasons you don’t want to miss this unparalleled event:
Memo Gidley and TKO Motorsports secure the 2023 SRO GT America championship for the GT3 class after claiming another 1st place win during Race 1 on Friday, October 6th, at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in the TKO Motorsports #101 Mercedes AMG GT3, making for an astonishing 8 first place victories for Gidley this season and a podium position for another 8 races of the season!
The NASCAR Cup Series returns next summer, roaring back to Sonoma Raceway as the only points race held in California all season. The 2024 date for the Toyota/Save Mart 350 will be Sunday, June 9, released as part of NASCAR’s official announcement of its full 2024 season schedule. The NASCAR Xfinity Series will join the NASCAR Cup Series race weekend at Sonoma Raceway for a second year in a row, racing on Saturday, June 8.