Olney, Bucks, UNITED KINGDOM — Masters Historic Racing USA will again bring two grids to North American vintage race events — Masters Historic Formula One USA and Masters Endurance Legends USA — on four rounds of its seven-round 2020 calendar.
Both Masters Historic Formula One USA and Masters Endurance Legends USA will be part of the May 28-31 Sonoma Speed Festival at Sonoma Raceway and the July 23-26 WeatherTech International Challenge with Brian Redman at Road America.
Those traditional venues will be joined on the U.S. schedule by a new vintage event July 10-12 at Watkins Glen International during the Finger Lakes Wine Festival.
After a brief summer break, both grids will then join the Sept. 24-27 HSR Atlanta Fall Historics at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta before Masters Historic Formula One goes solo to finish its season at the Oct. 9-11 Barber Vintage Festival at Barber Motorsports Park. The Historic Formula One cars have been invited to provide some four-wheel entertainment at Barber’s vintage motorcycle festival — a first for Masters and perhaps a format to watch for in the future.
Masters Endurance Legends USA will finish the 2020 season by joining HSR for the Nov. 4-8 HSR Daytona Classic 24 Hours at Daytona International Speedway, followed by the Dec. 3-6 HSR Sebring Classic 12 Hours at Sebring International Raceway.
“It’s taken a little bit of time to pull the 2020 U.S. calendar together, but we are very happy with the outcome,” said Masters Founder and regular U.S. racer Ron Maydon. “We are pleased to be returning to Sonoma, Road America, Road Atlanta and Barber, and even more excited that we finally get to race at the mecca that is Watkins Glen! It’s been on the Masters wish list of venues since we started.”