The Formula Pro USA Western Championships in affiliation with SCCA Pro Racing
features the most affordable, contemporary formula cars in the world.
Strict price controls and limited travel expenses make this series one of the best deals in open wheel racing
A straightforward formula and focus on track time puts drivers in a position to succeed. Thanks to respected and innovative partners, the costs to compete have never been lower for a car this powerful and a season with so many races.
The core components, parts, fees and travel are all made with the teams in mind. Here, focus on safety and speed mesh well with an emphasis on time, budget, and performance.
The F4-16 is designed by the legendary Max Crawford and built in the U.S. by Onroak Automotive. It is powered by a durable and fast 2.0-liter Honda K20C1 four-cylinder engines built in Ohio pumping out 160 hp.
All cars wear spec Pirelli slicks and get the power to the ground with a modern, six-speed Sadev sequential gearbox with paddle shifter. The car is built to current FIA safety standards.
The Formula Pro USA events take place at a great mix of tracks based on the west coast.
To open the 2018 season, Formula Pro USA will be supporting an official Winter Series.
During the inaugural regular season the series will be visiting Sonoma Raceway, Portland International Raceway, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, and Auto Club Speedway.
Rounds 1 and 2 Thunderhill Raceway Park April 7-8
Rounds 3 and 4 Buttonwillow Raceway Park April 27th-29th
Rounds 5 and 6 Portland International Raceway May 19th-20th
Rounds 7 and 8 Sonoma Raceway June 29th-July 1st
Rounds 9 and 10 Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca July 27th-29th
Rounds 11 and 12 To Be Announced – September
The Formula Pro USA Championships will visit beautiful Southern California to open their inaugural season. The 2018 Winter Series will feature a four race battle starting with Rounds 1 and 2 at the Auto Club Speedway road course January 12th-14th, 2018. Rounds 3 and 4 take place at Buttonwillow Raceway Park February 17th-18th, 2008. This is a great opportunity for teams to work with new drivers, and for racers to get a jump on the regular season.