Race options for 2020 will be expanded from a single race to six and a half categories, as well as an expanded age range, in the new year, as the first season of the race series kicks off on May 12.
Here’s a look at what’s on the menu.
The first race of the 2020 season will be a three-day, three-rider event, the first for the series since the 2014 season.
A further six races are set for the calendar year, including the first event of 2020’s season, the 2020 U.S. Road Racing Championships, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on June 2.
There will also be a series of race series at other tracks, with the first in 2019 and the second in 2020.
The 2019 series, the U.K.-based Rallycross series, will expand its entry to include the U, US, and UK races.
A number of other new events are planned for 2020, including an inaugural season for the National Association of Women’s Racing Officials (Nawr RAC) U. S. Women’s Track Series, which will see the first of 10 women compete in the sport in 2020 and will expand to nine races, including a new race in Austin, Texas, in March 2020.
Also planned is the 2020 Women’s National Championship, which is the first time the sport has produced two women’s national championships in a single year, after the inaugural Women’s World Cup was held in 1996.
The 2020 event will feature two events, including two road racing events, in which women will race in a variety of disciplines.
The 2020 race series will also include the 2020 National Women’s Championship, a four-race series featuring women racing in all six disciplines.