Just as it prepares to kick off its 11th season, International GT has officially become part of Parella Motorsports Holdings. In February, PMH acquired the North American racing series, which includes three different championships for late-model Ferrari and Porsche GT3-spec sports cars.

“We’re thrilled to officially welcome International GT to the Parella Motorsports Holdings family,” said Tony Parella, CEO of PMH. “They have been part of the family for years, participating in our SpeedTour events since 2015. Ken Fengler has been pivotal to the success of IGT, and will continue as president. We look forward to supporting him as he drives IGT into the future.”

“We’re excited to have IGT join the PMH portfolio,” said Fengler. “The opportunities this provides will ensure IGT has a strong, healthy future. IGT has been part of SpeedTour events for several years, so our competitors won’t notice much change in the day-to-day or event experience, but they will recognize the growth potential that this opportunity provides. I’ve never been more excited than I am today about the future of IGT.”

International GT is composed of three national championships—the Stuttgart Cup, Maranello Cup and Mission Foods GT3 Cup Trophy. The Stuttgart Cup showcases Porsche Caymans, while the Maranello Cup includes Ferrari Challenge and GT3 cars. The Mission Foods GT3 Cup Trophy features GT3 and Porsche Cup cars. With iconic tracks on its schedule and close, exciting competition on the track, IGT continues to attract both professional and amateur drivers. With most race weekends featuring two sprint races and an hour-long enduro, drivers enjoy ample track time and camaraderie among the paddock.

IGT’s 11-race season kicks off this weekend at Sebring International Raceway. Part of the Sebring SpeedTour, fans can purchase tickets to attend the event at SpeedTour.net/Sebring, or watch the weekend’s live stream on the SpeedTour TV YouTube channel

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2024 International GT schedule:
Feb. 22-25: Sebring International Raceway
Mar. 21-24: Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta
Apr. 18-21: Sonoma Raceway
May 2-5: WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
May 24-27: Lime Rock Park
June 13-16: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
June 27-30: Road America
Aug. 21-25: Watkins Glen International
Oct. 3-6: VIRginia International Raceway
Oct. 25-27: Daytona International Speedway (tentative)
Oct. 31-Nov. 3: Circuit of The Americas