EZT Motorsport is proud to announce the next Sunday Night Series! Yes, Series 3 is a step back in time as well as a step back into the grass roots of sorts of the EZT Motorsport Sunday Night Series. Well known for its “lawn mower” or Briggs and Stratton championship in FM3, Series 3 slows it down to four balanced, high E-class (minimal available tuning) makes and models—the 1971 Chevrolet Vega GT (E-299), the 1973 Ford Capri RS3100 (E-300), the 1973 Mazda RX-3 (E-299), and the 1973 Nissan Skyline H/T 2000 GT-R (E-299).
Series 3, also known as the EZT Motorsport Vintage Sport Compact 400 Championship, will see these four vintage sport compact cars battle for 50 miles across eight iconic racing circuits covering eight cities, four countries, and two continents!
As mentioned in the opening, racing will take place on Sunday evenings at 18:00 CDT / 19:00 EDT / 00:00 BST (Mon) and will be contested on eight iconic tracks—four in Europe and four in the United States of America. Race 1 heads to Scarperia e San Piero, Tuscany, Italy on the club circuit of Mugello Autodromo Internazionale. Heading north and a little west toward the city of Milan, Race 2 competes on the short circuit of Autodromo Nazionale Monza. The series then travels north through the Alps and Switzerland to Hockenheim, Germany for Race 3 and the short circuit of the Hockenheimring. Due to the nearly 600-mile trip from southern Germany, through France, into the United Kingdom, through London to the Northamptonshire villages of Silverstone and Whittlebury—the former home of the RAF’s Vickers Wellington bomber and current home of Silverstone—Race 4 will be a night race on Silverstone’s national circuit.
Wrapping up the European portion of the series, teams pack up and head west to America, specifically to Lakeville, Connecticut—the home of Lime Rock Park and Race 5. Continuing west to the great state of Indiana, Race 6 will be held on the classic GP course of “The Brickyard,” Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The series then heads south to Braselton, Georgia for Race 7 on the club circuit of Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta. Race 8, the final race of the series, will be a night race on the short course of the internationally renowned Sebring International Raceway of Sebring, Florida.
For this event, there will be three championships on offer to the drivers. All drivers will be entered in the Overall Drivers Championship; but, based on their own individual circumstances, they will either enter the Teams Championship or Privateers Championship as well.
Sign up will begin 08 SEP 2019—with Race 1 on 15 SEP 2019—and run through consecutive weeks until the series finale on 03 NOV 2019. Eight tracks! 50 miles! 400 total miles raced! Are you up to it?! Experience eight weeks of racing against all manner of skill levels, where everyone is there to have some good clean racing and anyone can do well.
If you want to get involved or learn more, follow this link to the EZT Motorsport VSC 400 Championship section!