As we approach New Year’s Day, I'm pleased to announce the 2022 Monoposto schedule. Competitors in all but the fastest of our 11 classes will be able to compete for championships at the below twelve events. Indy Lights cars will be welcome at ten of them. Two pairs of the events are share the same dates meaning that there are effectively ten weekends to choose from. As a special incentive there are two back-to-back event pairs at tracks that may make it easy for competitors to participate in both events.
HSR Mitty at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta - 4/28/22 to 5/1/22
SVRA Road America Speed Tour at Road America - 5/19/22 to 5/22/22
HSR Barber Historics at Barber Motorsports Park - 5/19/22 to 5/22/22
VARAC Vintage Grand Prix at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park - 6/16/22 to 6/19/22 (Classic and F70 only)
SVRA Indy Speedtour at Indianapolis Motor Speedway 6/16/22 to 6/19/22
HMSA Sommet des Légendes at Circuit Mont Tremblant - 7/7/22 to 7/10/22
WeatherTech International Challenge at Road America - 7/14/22 to 7/17/22
VSCDA Vintage Grand Prix Au Grattan at Grattan Raceway Park - 8/12/22 to 8/14/22 (Classic and F70 only)
SVRA Watkins Glen Speedtour at Watkins Glen International - 9/7/22 to 9/11/22
VSCDA Elkhart Lake Vintage Festival at Road America - 9/15/22 to 9/18/22
HSR Fall Historics at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta - 10/13/22 to 10/16/22
SVRA Austin Speedtour at Circuit of the Americas - 11/3/22 to 11/6/22
Monoposto Championships will be awarded based on a competitor’s best ten races - typically five events - so you have many choices to set your path to a championship. (See the Monoposto rules at Monoposto Rules.)
If you haven't done all the work on your car and equipment already you have four months until our first event at Road Atlanta. Check your seat belts and HANS devices for their certification periods as well as checking your Snell Foundation helmet certification milestone so you are prepared with these important safety equipment items when you go to your first event.
One last note, Jim Yule, one of Monoposto's directors is the head of Formula Junior North America. While all FJs compete in one class for Monoposto purposes, the class structure has been established to provide a framework for other vintage race groups to adopt for their FJ fields. Details may be found at Monoposto Rules.
President, Monoposto Racing