SVRA Sprint Series & Enduros

SVRA Sprint Series

SVRA is dedicated to providing the best Vintage and Historic race cars in close competition at venues in which they originally competed. SVRA events give participants and fans huge variety and a great show. The SVRA schedule for East and West Coasts allows for great racing action on tracks such as Sebring, Watkins Glen, Sonoma Raceway, Willow Springs, Road America, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and The Circuit of the Americas, just to name a few.

SVRA Vintage and Historic racing features very competitive racing but with a mixture of skill, manners and common sense.

Variety is the key to the success of Vintage and Historic racing. At any given SVRA event, enthusiasts can follow a wide variety of machinery. From small-bore production cars like MG’s and Alfas, to Formula One, Nascar Cup cars and ground-pounding Mustangs and Corvettes, there is something for everyone.

SVRA events feature multiple Sprint Races over the course of an Event. In addition, some events will include one or two special races, which add to the Vintage and Historic racing experience.

Sprint Series Scoring System (PDF)

Endurance Series

Endurance Racing became the key to sportscar racing success in 1923 with the first running of the 24 Hours of LeMans. Proving the abilities and durability of car and driver, winning endurance races became the ultimate goal for any manufacturer or racer. Today, many of the original participants in the great endurance races of the 50’s through the 90’s can still be seen at an SVRA Vintage and Historic Event in the Hawk Performance Enduro Series races. Even though these cars no longer do a 24 Hour race, fans enjoy watching these great cars and their skillful Vintage drivers, duel each other for races of one, two or sometimes 3 hours in length. The Hawk Performance Enduro Series races feature the hallmark of sportscar racing—multi class competition mixed with cunning strategy.

Endurance Series Rules (PDF)
Endurance Series Scoring System  (PDF)