AN OVERVIEW OF THE IMSA SERIES
Classics, legendary events and a stressful summer.
The IMSA series remains loyal to its tried and tested concept once again in 2020. The race calendar includes the same destinations as last year, with races being held at some of the most iconic racetracks in North America. The 2020 season consists of a total of twelve race weekends, with BMW Team RLL competing with two BMW M8 GTEs at eleven of these events. The Turner Motorsport BMW M6 GT3 will also contest eleven race events. The real classic, the 24 Hours of Daytona, traditionally marks the start of the calendar. Other highlights include the 12 Hours of Sebring and Petit Le Mans at the end of the year. Things really get going in the IMSA series in June and July; with the events at Watkins Glen, Mosport and Lime Rock Park, three races take place within three weeks, demanding everything from the teams and drivers.
- Long Beach.
24 Hours of Daytona, 25th/26th January 2020.
Daytona International Speedway.
The endurance classic on the calendar.
12 Hours of Sebring, 21st March 2020.
Sebring International Raceway.
Maiden podium 2018.
Long Beach, 18th April 2020.
Long Beach Street Circuit.
The sprint through the streets of Long Beach.
Mid-Ohio, 3rd May 2020.
The Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
Home sweet home.
- Watkins Glen.
- Canadian Tire Motorsport.
- Lime Rock Park.
- Road America.
Six Hours of Watkins Glen, 28th June 2020.
Watkins Glen International.
Canadian Tire Motorsport, 5th July 2020.
Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
Lime Rock Park, 18th July 2020.
Lime Rock Park.
Racing at its best.
Road America, 2nd August 2020.
- Virginia International Raceway.
- Laguna Seca Raceway.
- Petit Le Mans.