Formula Americas Super GP Championship is the Lowest Cost early-level Professional Championship.
 The total all-inclusive cost for a full season in Formula Americas Super GP is $99,500 usd, including Season Registration Fee.

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. 

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.

"Formula Americas is a true Driver's Championship where talent, not money will get you the win" 

State-of-the-Art Cars
Formula Americas utilizes the race proven FB02 carbon chassis designed and built by Mygale to stringent FIA safety standards. The cars of the Formula Americas Super GP Championship are powered by race-prepared 4-cylinder BMW engines producing 145 horsepower with a 6-speed sequential Hewland gearbox and run on soft compound slick tires. They feature advanced aerodynamics with adjustable multi-element front and rear wings generating significant downforce and weighing only 465kg, a
ll engines are dyno-tested to insure parity; all cars carry on-board cameras and data acquisition.

Level Playing Field: All cars are owned by the Championship, maintained and set up to be identical by the Championship's engineers to ensure a level playing field for all drivers. Formula Americas is a true Driver's Championship where talent, not money will get you the win. There is no need to purchase your own car or pay a team to run you. There's no worry whether your engineer is better than the other guy's, as the cars are all equal. We take care of it all. All you need to do is concentrate on perfecting your driving skills and driving at your very best. 

Drivers will receive a different car at each event. All cars have a chassis number and at the conclusion of each event, drivers will blind pick a numbered ball in a drawing that will correlate to the car's chassis number that they will drive in the following event. Numbers will be drawn in reverse finishing order of the event's final race. Numbers will be picked at the conclusion of each event, so that the crew can make the proper pedal, steering wheel and weight adjustments for each driver prior to the next event. Drivers will keep their own car number for the full season. We do this to remove any perception that a driver may have of feeling stuck for the season with an unequal car.