Road America 4.08 Miles Of Racing History
“All he needed was a wheel in his hand and four on the road.” Jack Kerouac, On the Road: the Original Scroll
May is a spectacular month for International GT taking us from the longest track on the schedule at Road America to the shortest at Lime Rock Park. But more than distance, these two iconic American circuits both with over 60 years of racing history (Road America opened in 1995, Lime Rock in 1957).
Join us at one (or both) of these “must drive” tracks for a chance to be part of American racing history. Click on the Speedville racing sign above to link to event registration. If you have any questions contact Julie@InternationalGT.net or call (770)380-7770.
Lime Rock Memorial Day Weekend May 28-31
Arguably one of the most picturesque circuits in North America, Lime Rock Park is located in the beautiful Litchfield Hills in the northeastern corner of Connecticut. The long-time and well known local ordinance, requires there is no racing allowed at Lime Rock Park on Sundays but don’t let that stop you from attending this event! Sunday SVRA will host a huge car show at the track however there is no lack of other events for drivers and their families on Memorial Day weekend in the historic Northeast.
Click on the Interlake Inn logo below for suggestions for activities at and around the Inn. Click on either race photo for registrartion.
The official series photographer for International GT is John Kernodle. John attends all IGT events and provides galleries of photos for all competitors to select from and offers special photo packages to participants. Click on the photo above to visit the Kernodle Photography site.
Selling a race car, trailer, equipment, etc? We’ll highlight it in our Marketplace section. This is free to International GT competitors and teams and will run for about 4 email blasts. Just send a photo, description and contact information to Julie@InternationalGT.net.