2000 Grand American Road Racing Championship season
|2000 Rolex Sports Car Series season|
The 2000 Grand American Road Racing Championship season was the inaugural season of the Rolex Sports Car Series run by the Grand American Road Racing Association. The season involved five classes: Sports Racing Prototypes I and II (SR-I and SR-II) and three Grand Touring classes referred to at GTO, GTU, and AGT. 9 races were run from February 5, 2000 to August 17, 2000.
The Grand American Road Racing Championship officially replaced the brief United States Road Racing Championship which had folded during their 1999 season. The Grand American series used similar rules, although the class names were all changed.
|1||Rolex 24 at Daytona||24 Hours||Daytona International Speedway||February 5
|2||Phoenix Sun Automotive 200||200 Miles||Phoenix International Raceway||April 22|
|3||Nextel 250||250 Miles||Homestead-Miami Speedway||April 30|
|4||Dodge Dealers Grand Prix†||150 Miles||Lime Rock Park||May 29|
|5||U.S. Road Racing Classic||250 Miles||Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course||June 4|
|6||Paul Revere 250||250 Miles||Daytona International Speedway||June 29|
|7||Sargento Road America 500||500 Miles||Road America||July 9|
|8||Le Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières||225 km||Circuit Trois-Rivières||July 30|
|9||Bosch Sports Car Summerfest||6 Hours||Watkins Glen International||August 17|
† - Two separate individual races were held for the GT classes and SR classes for an equal distance.
- The official website of Grand-Am
- World Sports Racing Prototypes - Rolex Sports Car Series 2000 results