Where to Race

National Auto Sport Association & NASA NP01-EVO Prototype

The National Autosport Association is an organization comprised of thirteen club regions across the United States. NASA weekends are comprised of a series of activities including HPDE, Time Trial, and Racing. The typical race weekend consists of two to three 30-minute races, a qualifying session, and two practice sessions. Sebeco NP01-EVOs have the option of running in the NP01 Spec Class or ST1 if modified from spec. The Sebeco SPX fits into the STU category. The NASA Spec Series also offers an NP01 National Championship consisting of various race weekends with each region across the country.

Prototype Sprint Series Association

The Prototype Sprint Series Association is the newest series to join the SVRA SpeedTour umbrella. Established in 2023, the series is designed to host prototype race cars in a sprint race format at some of the most iconic road courses in America. Each PSSA weekend consists of three 30-minute on-track sessions split between practice and qualifying, as well as two 30-minute feature races—one on Saturday and one on Sunday. Sanctioned by PMH, entrants need a current SVRA super license or equivalent to participate. PSSA host a variety of Sebeco, Radical, Ligier, Revolution and Wolf Prototypes, all of which must run on Hankook F200 tires. In this series, Sebeco race cars compete in Category III against the Radical SR3 1340, Stohr WF1, and West WR1000. For 2024, Sebeco is hosting a four weekend Sebeco championship at Road Atlanta, Road America, Watkins Glen, and VIR featuring factory support, Sebeco contingency prizes, and Sebeco specific trophies.

Prototype Sprint Series Association

The Prototype Sprint Series Association is the newest series to join the SVRA SpeedTour umbrella. Established in 2023, the series is designed to host prototype race cars in a sprint race format at some of the most iconic road courses in America. Each PSSA weekend consists of three 30-minute on-track sessions split between practice and qualifying, as well as two 30-minute feature races—one on Saturday and one on Sunday. Sanctioned by PMH, entrants need a current SVRA super license or equivalent to participate. PSSA host a variety of Sebeco, Radical, Ligier, Revolution and Wolf Prototypes, all of which must run on Hankook F200 tires. In this series, Sebeco race cars compete in Category III against the Radical SR3 1340, Stohr WF1, and West WR1000. For 2024, Sebeco is hosting a four weekend Sebeco championship at Road Atlanta, Road America, Watkins Glen, and VIR featuring factory support, Sebeco contingency prizes, and Sebeco specific trophies.

World Racing League

World Racing League aims to offer a true, professional, multi-class endurance racing experience without all the red-tape (or cost) of “pro” racing. WRL’s rulebook balances performance by taking into account one of the biggest factors that determines performance: the power-to-weight ratio (PWR). This method has proven itself to balance diverse fields of cars and has our race finishes down to the wire, we’re talking literal seconds after 8-14 hours of racing. Races consist of a test/qualifying day and two 8-hour races and consist of five unique classes. In WRL, the NP01 fits into the GTU Class. Cars in this category run at 9.0:1 weight to power ratio and must be under 2400 lbs. Teams competing in WRL are typically comprised of three to four drivers each driving two or three one hour stints per race. Sebeco factory support is present at each WRL GTU weekend.

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