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Is SRX Coming Back From the Dead in 2024?

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Joshua Lipowski

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What’s Happening?

On Friday, the Skip Barber Racing School (SBRS) announced through RACER.com that they had purchased the Superstar Racing Experience (SRX). While no formal announcement was made about the future of SRX, both parties seem committed to bringing the series back in some form. Regarding the 2024 season, the SBRS said in the announcement, “Plans for the 2024 season are currently being formed and more information will be revealed in the coming weeks.” Don Hawk, the former CEO of SRX turned Chief Strategy Officer of SBRS, stated, in part,”…We will bring SRX back to its’ fans and tracks…”

  • Originally founded by Ray Evernham and Tony Stewart, the SRX was founded as an IROC-like series featuring mostly retired racing stars competing at local short tracks across the country. As time went on, more current drivers began mixing it up with the legends. The Series completed 3 full seasons before announcing they would cancel their 2024 season due to “Market factors”
  • Skip Barber Racing School has been affiliated with SRX for a while. According to the announcement, SBRS functioned as the series “Official Logistics Partner”. They also currently run the Skip Barber Race Series, which races Formula 4 cars.
  • Fans are excited to see SRX potentially return. Many were saddened to see the series cancel its 2024 season, and the series now seemingly has a new life.

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