CBS Sports Network, SRO Motorsports America Announce 2020 National Broadcast Schedule

CBS Sports Network, SRO Motorsports America Announce 2020 National Broadcast Schedule

Austin, TX – CBS Sports Network and SRO Motorsports America today announced the robust 2020 broadcast schedule for the GT World Challenge America powered by AWS, GT Sports Club, Pirelli GT4 and TC America series. The upcoming season marks the sixth consecutive year for the successful broadcast partnership.

The 2020 broadcast schedule features over 200 hours of national North American and International coverage and includes live or same-day Sunday broadcasts of the GT World Challenge America series as well as a new addition for this season – Saturday series race coverage. Fans will now be able to watch both weekend races in their entirety on the network.

Pirelli GT4, GT Sports Club and TC America series will have tape delayed broadcasts, while GT4 SprintX coverage expands to 90 minutes to cover the full race. CBS Sports Network will also broadcast four live hours of the Indy 8 Hour race from Indianapolis Motor Speedway in October. In addition to coverage of the North American series, this season’s broadcast schedule will also feature international SRO series coverage of Intercontinental GT Challenge, GT World Challenge Europe and Asia, and more.

CBS Sports Network coverage of SRO Motorsports America races begins March 8, with the opening race weekend at Circuit of the Americas, running March 6-8.



SRO Motorsports Group – The global leader in GT racing

With more than 25 years’ experience at the forefront of a continuously evolving industry, SRO Motorsports Group is the established international leader in GT racing.

Best known for the development and implementation of the GT3 and GT4 regulations, SRO promotes and organises championships that embrace professional and amateur competitors. Its portfolio of highly regarded series includes continental GT World Challenge powered by AWS categories in Europe, America and Asia, which are combined to determine a global manufacturers' champion, while the flagship Intercontinental GT Challenge powered by Pirelli features events on five different continents.

The 2020 season will see more than 100 races run under the SRO Motorsports Group banner, highlighted by the prestigious Total 24 Hours of Spa. In addition to promotion and organisation, the company operates SRO Race Centre by MMC – a race-car service center at Circuit Paul Ricard – and provides the ultimate driving opportunities at world-renowned venues through Curbstone Track Events.

SRO Motorsports Group is chaired by company founder and CEO Stephane Ratel. With offices in London, Paris, Liège, United States and Hong Kong, its work is facilitated by a dedicated global team of full-time and freelance staff.

Combining a passion for performance with industry-leading expertise, SRO continues to play a key role in shaping the future of international GT racing.