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Call To Grid partnered with the ChampCar Endurance Series

We’ve Partnered with the ChampCar Endurance Series

Call To Grid is thrilled to announce our partnership with the ChampCar Endurance Series!


What is the ChampCar Endurance Series?

ChampCar Endurance Series is a grassroots, endurance motorsports series. Originally called ChumpCar World Series, it was founded by John Condren in 2009 with the goal of making endurance auto racing affordable for all. The rule book is small. The idea is to get your buddies out and go racing!


ChampCar is for people that have always wanted to go road racing without all of the hassles, huge rulebook, or obscene expense. All that is required is a current drivers license, ChampCar club membership, some safety equipment, and a need to go wheel to wheel racing!

ChampCar IS the simplest path to real road racing!



When: Season typically runs from early spring to late fall/early winter. Check the schedule for details.


Where: At many of the most recognized premier tracks in North America. Road Atlanta, Watkins Glen, Road America, VIR, Sebring and others. Check the schedule for details.


Who: Anyone who to go road racing without all of the hassles, huge rulebook, or obscene expense!







Call to Grid was created to serve the grassroots racer! We offer only the most premier brands for the driver, car, and shop to help keep you safe, looking good and on the podium! We develop original content to help you and the car find speed! We know why you race; it’s the desire, discipline and determination required to do something well. It’s the camaraderie you experience at the track with people who share this passion of motorsports! Join us at Call to Grid to join the community of passionate drivers like yourself today!


Tire Ultimate Track Car Challenge is organized exclusively for pleasure, recreation, and other nonprofitable purposes within the meaning of Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(7) or the corresponding provision of any future United States internal revenue law, where substantially all of the corporation’s activities are for such purposes, and no part of the net earnings of the corporation inures to the benefit of any private sharehold