THE ULTIMATE ARRIVE & DRIVE CHAMPIONSHIP
The Formula Americas Super GP Championship is a professional, arrive & drive, open-wheel competition in identically prepared carbon chassis, FB02 race cars designed and built by Mygale to stringent FIA homologation safety standards, while showcasing each driver’s talent, not their checkbook. Arrive & drive meaning we include everything in the entry fee (the race car, tires, fuel, crew, even a custom-fitted driver suit that’s your’s to keep).
Designed as an entry-level competition for drivers looking to advance in professional auto racing, a full season of racing in Formula Americas costs just $99,500 usd and consists of 15 races held over 5 race event weekends at some of the most popular circuits throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada.
Formula Americas is a "One Make, One Team, One Cost" Championship producing a level playing field for all participants and at the most affordable price of any professional racing series in North America, thereby promoting a more diverse group of drivers participating in professional open-wheel racing. 12 races will count towards the Formula Americas Super GP Championship enabling drivers to drop their 3 lowest points scoring races, with cash Awards and Scholarships totaling over $500,000 with the Champion having the opportunity of taking home over $130,000 in cash and a fully funded season in the FIA NACAM Mexican F4 Championship.
"Awards and Scholarships totaling over $500,000 with the Champion having the opportunity of taking home over $130,000 in cash"
Formula Americas Super GP features the Championship-winning Mygale FB02 race cars powered by BMW. Drivers like; Nico Rosberg, Sebastian Vettel, Robert Wickens, Alexander Rossi, Nico Hulkenberg, Marcus Erickson, Gabby Chaves and Felipe Nasr all honed their skills and competed in Mygale FB02 race cars to win Championships in the early stages of their careers.
The Formula Americas Super GP Championship is the ideal formula car series to gain winged car experience coming out of karting or other junior formula. Racing in Formula Americas will provide cost-effective and extensive experience before jumping up to much more expensive series and will provide drivers with proper preparation for entry into series like FIA F4 Championships or other open-wheel Series.