The American Autosport Association is an independent motorsport sanctioning organization that oversees the rules and regulations of the Formula America Championships and the American Prototype Championship.
American Autosport Association is a non-profit organization formulated to offer more cost-effective, first-class opportunities for drivers and teams in the world of professional auto racing while providing exciting, action-packed race events for fans at a greatly reduced price. American Autosport Association also awards Scholarships and Grants to young drivers based on need and performance on and off the track.
American Autosport Association provides the Championships it sanctions, series and event sponsors with general liability insurance coverage for its race events as well as participant accident insurance coverage.
American Autosport Association race weekends are 2-day action-packed spectator events that in 2020 each event will consist of three Formula America races, an American Prototype Championship endurance race and will feature a Guest Series appearance at most if not all events. There will be a 7 event schedule in 2020 at premier tracks across America.
At American Autosport Association, we believe in keeping the costs of racing down to a minimum and not just for the drivers and teams, but also for the fans. Therefore, all American Autosport Association events will have an extremely low admission price for the entire weekend, including open paddock access.