Eight races at four of the most iconic tracks in North America.

The Saleen Cup is the first ever professional “arrive and drive” event, with all 20 cars track-ready and maintained by Saleen. This series offers prospective race-caliber drivers and enthusiasts a turnkey, once-in-a-lifetime racing opportunity where all cars are equal—allowing the best driver to showcase his/her skills.

The Saleen Cup Series takes place during  second half of the Blancpain GT World Challenge America:

  • Portland International Raceway (Ore.) – July 12-14, 2019
  • Watkins Glen (NY) – August 30 – Sept.1, 2019
  • Road America (Wis.)– Sept. 20-22, 2019
  • Las Vegas Motor Speedway (NV) – Oct 18-20, 2019

The Saleen Cup Series includes two 50-minute races at each of the four weekend events, with two drivers permitted behind the wheel of each of the 20 allocated cars. The Series will include two separate categories: Young Drivers (up to 28 years old), and Pro-Am Drivers (29 and older). At the conclusion of the eight-race series, the top driver from each category will secure a PAID seat in Saleen’s GT4 entry for the entire 2020 season!

The cost for the Saleen Cup Series is $42,000 per weekend ($168,000 per season).

Since the Saleen 1 Cup Series features two-racer teams, the cost to participate can be split between two drivers – making it  a per driver cost of only $21,000 for a two man team. This is a far more accessible driving experience than other Cup racing events!

Don’t delay and fill out the entry form today for more information.  

Legal Disclaimer

By completing and submitting this form you are granting permission to Saleen Automotive to contact you with further information regarding the Saleen Cup Series. In no way does submission of this form guarantee you a seat in the Saleen 1 Cup Car. All participants must be 18 or older.


Technical Specifications

  • Advanced lightweight aluminum/4130 chromoly chassis
  • Composite bodywork (carbon fiber)
  • Saleen 4-cylinder in-line, 2.2-liter turbo engine, 450 HP
  • 6 speeds sequential transmission with paddle-shifter
  • Adjustable racing suspension
  • Racing brakes : Front 15”, 6 pistons;  Rear 14”, 4 pistons
  • Continental racing tires
  • Competition aero package designed by CFD and wind tunnel tests
  • Choice of iconic graphics
  • All FIA Standards safety equipment

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