GRAND-AM was founded in 1999.
Learn about the talented executive leadership at GRAND-AM Road Racing.
GRAND-AM races at some of the world's most prestigious venues.
Sports car racing provides fans with the opportunity to witness cars they might see on the street or even drive.
GRAND-AM sanctions two highly competitive sports car series: the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series and the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge.
This section commemorates the 100th Daytona Prototype race - the 2010 Brumos Porsche 250 at Daytona International Speedway.
The Daytona Prototype category has attracted the attention of superstar drivers and universally recognized teams.
The GT, or Grand Touring, class has long been a staple of sports car racing, both in national and international competition.
Learn about the flags, qualifying procedure, race control and more.
GRAND-AM employs a number of unique rules at each event. Learn what each one means.
Like other major racing series, GRAND-AM awards several driver, manufacturer and team championships each season.
GRAND-AM's support of Boggy Creek has expanded to include highly-anticipated events such as GRAND-AM Day at Camp Boggy Creek.
Get up to speed with the latest GRAND-AM and sports car racing terminology.