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2015 FCC presented by Goodyear West Coast and National Schedules Announced


January 10th, 2015
Sonoma, California


The Formula Car Challenge presented by Goodyear announced the 2015 schedule today. The series will race this upcoming season at Portland International Raceway, Thunderhill Raceway Park, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Auto Club Speedway, and a variety of configurations at Sonoma Raceway, including with IndyCar. "As has been the model since the series inception, a majority of our events feature exclusive track time for our drivers," stated FCC Series Official Jeff Loge.

There are three "diamond" events on the West Coast 2015 calendar being announced today. These three events will make up a "Triple Crown" to determine the 2015 Formula Car Challenge presented by Goodyear National Champion. The first one takes place on the
 July 4th race weekend at Portland International Raceway. "This event is considered the Oregon region's premier event, and is part of the SCCA US MAJORS Program," added Loge. "Our series has two exclusive races, but drivers can also opt to participate in the SCCA sessions making the event a quadruple header!" In August, the Formula Car Challenge presented by Goodyear is a featured series during the GoPro Grand Prix alongside IndyCar at Sonoma. The 11th annual Verizon IndyCar Series event at Sonoma Raceway will serve as the season finale for the 17-race IndyCar 2015 schedule, marking the first time the wine country road course has concluded a major open-wheel series season. The final diamond event is at the Pacific Coast Road Racing Championships (PCRRC) in October at Auto Club Speedway.


"We are excited about the Triple Crown format," stated World Speed Communications Director Mark Milazzo. "We believe this will make the National Championship even more significant, and this is in addition to all of the other action packed events we participate in. Every event NASA sanctions features all kinds of great racing action. Over the course of the season we will be scheduled alongside the US Touring Car Championship, Porsche GT3 Cup, Global Time Attack, Porsche Racing Club, American Iron Series, The Spec Miata Challenge, and a host of other interesting racing series."


2015 marks the 10th Anniversary of the Formula Car Challenge series, and the first season that the FCC National Champions will be determined on their performances from multiple weekends.

Racers have already started testing for the 2015 FCC season, and the next race on the FCC calendar is the final weekend of the 2015 Winter Series Championships at Auto Club Speedway in Southern California on January 17th - 18th.


FCC Presented by Goodyear 2015 West Coast Schedule

March 14-15 Sonoma FCC Exclusive with NASA

April 18-19 Thunderhill Raceway Park FCC Exclusive with NASA

June 5-7 SFR SCCA Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca

July 4th weekend Portland FCC Exclusive with SCCA Majors

August - Sonoma GoPro Grand Prix Exclusive with IndyCar

September 26-27 Sonoma FCC Exclusive with NASA

October 17-18 Pacific Coast Road Racing Championships ACS


FCC National Championship Triple Crown Schedule

August - GoPro Grand Prix Exclusive with IndyCar

September 26-27 Sonoma FCC Exclusive with NASA

October 17-18 Pacific Coast Road Racing Championships ACS


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About The Formula Car Challenge presented by Goodyear:
The Formula Car Challenge presented by Goodyear is a regionalized open wheel racing series with an annual national championship. There are multiple regions across the country, and each region has unique features and events. 

Once a year the regions meet for the NASA National Championships. The championship features a multi-class format -Formula Mazda (FM), Pro Formula Mazda (PFM), and the FormulaSPEED2.0 (FS2.0) . All classes are powered by Mazda, and equipped with Goodyear Racing tires. 

Each region is supported by a Region Promoter who is well versed in racing, and who can provide assistance to teams and independent drivers. 
The series is partnered with GoodyearMazda USAMAZDASPEED Motorsports DevelopmentRed Line Oil, GoPro, and NASA Pro Racing.