New Owner for World Racing League

Photograph Courtesy World Racing League

World Racing League, the coast-to-coast endurance series that welcomes a wide range of cars and drivers, has been acquired by Curt Swearingin. 

Curt loved the series and its mission to provide a professional experience on an amateur budget, so he started operating events for series founder Joey Todd in the Southeast,” explains RJ Till, World Racing League’s vice president. “When the opportunity to purchase the rest of the series popped up, he jumped at the opportunity. In short, our range of experience spans everything from autocross to IMSA, from renter to team owner and I think that gives us a lot of perspective.”

The goal going forward, Till continues, is to provide professional endurance racing on an amateur budget. “We want to provide an affordable, quality experience regardless of which class your car falls into, what your budget is, or which series you came from,” he explains. “That means live pit stops with no minimum stop time, no stint limits, and five power-to-weight based classes. We enjoyed some extremely tight competition in 2019, with most races seeing multiple cars finishing on the same lap after eight-plus hours in every class–which tells us our ruleset is working.”

Look for some additions, though, including pre-race test and qualifying days, a dedicated national staff, and a new championship program that features East, West and national titles.

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