CHARLOTTE (January 24, 2023) – The Prototype Sprint Series Association presented by Hankook (PSSA) has confirmed details regarding competitors who are eligible to race in the series’ inaugural 2023 season. With eight events planned from coast to coast, drivers with a valid Super License are eligible to compete.
“We’re thrilled to be launching the Prototype Sprint Series Association in just a few short weeks at Road Atlanta,” said Tony Parella, CEO of Parella Motorsports Holdings. “With all competitors holding Super Licenses, we know the competition in this group will be top notch. I expect exciting racing, not to mention a cast of beautiful cars. We think there is a lot of growth potential with this new series.”
Applicants looking to compete in Category I must have a valid Super License and a minimum of three years of racing experience in cars of similar performance level as those in the Super License category. Cars in this category include, but are not limited to: GTP, Group C, WSC, Daytona Prototype, Can Am, F1, F3000, F5000, Indy, Indy Lights, IMSA GTS and GTO. Category II and Category III of PSSA competition will require an SVRA Competition License or a recognized competition license from another club. SVRA’s National License Director will review and verify applications prior to licensing, including the applicant’s race history, types of cars driven, and incident and safety records.
To apply for a Super License, email the required information (listed below) to Alex Miller, National License Director, at Alex@PrototypeSprint.com. Required Information for an SVRA Super License:
- New Competition License Application
- Medical Form
- Digital Photos (Driver Headshot & Car Photo)
- Current Competition License
- Racing Schools Completed
- Racing History Resume
Additional details regarding PSSA rules and classes will be announced in the coming weeks on the series’ new website PrototypeSprint.com. The 2023 PSSA season will kick off at the Mission Foods Atlanta SpeedTour, March 23-26.