Series Overview

The TUDOR United SportsCar Championship is a top tier multi-class race series running throughout North America. With cars ranging from modified production vehicles to one-of-a-kind prototype race cars, the TUDOR Championship delivers exciting multi-class racing at world renowned tracks like the Daytona International Speedway, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca and Road Atlanta.

The TUDOR Championship consists of four unique classes which include Prototype (P), Prototype Challenge (PC), GT Le Mans (GTLM) and GT Daytona (GTD). The fastest of the classes, the Prototypes, feature purpose built engines and chassis from the world's premiere racing manufacturers like Honda Performance Development and Ford Racing. The P Class consistently delivers the fastest laps from the world’s premier drivers.

Prototype Challenge cars consist of a standardized engine by Chevrolet and chassis by Oreca designed to highlight the skill and expertise of the driver and their crew. The PC Class aims to provide exciting wheel to wheel racing while keeping costs at a minimum.

The GT Le Mans class showcases the best of modern road car manufacturers. These heavily modified entries from makes like Aston Martin, BMW and Corvette bring top notch performance to cars that are instantly recognizable to fans.

Finally, the GT Daytona class presents cars from successful and influential brands like Porsche, Ferrari and Audi. The GTD cars, built upon their road-going counterparts, are designed to show off what makes sports cars so iconic: speed, power, and elegance.

The TUDOR United SportsCar Championship debuted in 2014 as a product of the merger between the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) and GRAND-AM. Based in Daytona Beach, Fla. and sanctioned by the International Motor Sports Association, the TUDOR Championship is recognized the world over as the premier sports car racing series in North America. Fans can get all the latest TUDOR Championship news and information at, on, and at