November 3 – 5, 2023
The Circuit of The Americas – Austin, TX
Experience 850 hp Trans Am cars, classic Corvettes, Alfas, Porsches, Historic F.1 and Indy cars racing on this legendary track. Austin SpeedTour provides the opportunity to get up close to celebrated drivers, legendary race cars and much more. The Austin SpeedTour is an event for the whole family so join us for the full weekend; one day won’t be enough! SpeedTour features racers and cars from Trans Am, Sportscar Vintage Racing (SVRA), & International GT (IGT).
SVRA| Car Show
Open to all classic, vintage, exotic and collector cars of interest, you are invited to display your car at some of the greatest historic race tracks in the country and take part in the popular "Last Lap" tour around the track in your show car.
SVRA - Vintage Series
The Sportscar Vintage Racing Association (SVRA) is the largest and one of the oldest Vintage racing organizations in the United States. Historic racing cars, restored to original racing specs with modern safety equipment for driver protection, compete on historic race tracks.
Trans Am Series
America's Road Racing Series - The Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli offers a feast for the eyes and ears with races featuring 70+ grids populated by Mustangs, Camaros, Challengers and Corvettes in four classes, TA, TA2, SGT and GT.
The North American racing series includes three championships where late-model Porsche and Ferrari drivers compete on track at the same time for individual class honors in their own and exclusive International GT run group.
Full Access: Garages & Paddock
In addition to seeing some the world's most exciting race cars drive on this historic track, full access to the paddock area and garages is given to SpeedTour spectators... unlike the typical motorsport event. See all the vehicles up close and be a part of the excitement!
Circuit of The Americas is a 1,500-acre sports complex and is the first purpose-built Grand Prix facility in the United States. COTA offers an undulating, 3.4-mile track featuring dramatic, natural elevation changes along with a 133-foot climb up to its signature Turn 1. The 20-turn circuit incorporates some of the best, most challenging turns from other iconic tracks around the world.