Next Event / Formula Regional Americas / Apr 9-11

Michelin Raceway
Road Atlanta

Braselton, GA


Founder and Team Principal, Steve Wulff, has a rich history in open-wheel racing including: a 2003 Toyota Atlantic Championship, Champ Car World Series race wins and entries in the Indianapolis 500. Today, Wulff, along with his son Fletcher, a race-winning driver and engineer in his own right, bring their expertise to the Formula Regional Americas Championship with a team focused on a complete driver development solution.

Driver Development

Winning requires more than a fast race car. For a driver to reach their true potential, an environment of trust and support is equally as important. Our driver development philosophy is geared toward working with a driver’s unique requirements and preferences in and out of the race car. Together, we’ll structure a program that will push a driver to get the most from their race craft, technical feedback and data analysis. We’re not here just to provide a race car; we’re here to be a partner in your success.

Wulff Motorsports Launches Formula Regional Americas Program

F3 Americas Championship powered by Honda aspirants will have a new team that comes with a formidable background to consider. Wulff Motorsports, based in Greenville, South Carolina is reviewing driver options for the 2020 season. Whoever finally earns the seat, will have the benefit of considerable experience to aid in their driver development.

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Developing a path to success.

The Formula Regional Americas Championship powered by Honda is designed to propel young drivers up the racing ladder in the most efficient and cost-effective way. Beginning with the 2020 season, Honda Performance Development has established a new scholarship that will send future F3 Americas champions to the top step of the Road To Indy.

The Indy Lights Scholarship and the accrual of points toward an FIA International Super License within the same series means that Formula Regional Americas drivers no longer have to choose whether their priority is to take the next step domestically or internationally.

Formula Regional Americas offers plenty of track time for drivers. Race meetings will offer three 35-minute races with qualifying and two 35-minute practices built into the race weekend. Altogether, the drivers have around three hours of track time available per race meeting.

Affordability and safety are the key components of the series. Powered by Honda engines, the Ligier Crawford JS F3 chassis built by Onroak Automotive rides on Hankook racing slicks, all designed to deliver high quality performances at an amazing value. Every Formula Regional Americas Championship car is built in North America, and is the only open-wheel car in the U.S. equipped with an FIA Halo protection system. For more information on the series, please visit