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MONTEREY, Calif. (AP) — IndyCar will hold an all-star race next 12 months at the Thermal Club in Southern California, with $1 million guaranteed to the winner of the made-for-TV exhibition.
The $1 Million Challenge can be held on March 24 and air on NBC, with practice and qualifying the previous two days.
IndyCar at the beginning of this 12 months tested at The Thermal Club outside Palm Springs to gauge interest from membership in eventually hosting a race. A lot of the competitors were pleased with the ability, a 490-acre development that features 4 asphalt racetracks positioned behind an 18-foot sound wall in an unincorporated town in the Coachella Valley.
John Rogers, owner of The Thermal Club, said the February test paved the best way for the $1 Million Challenge.
“The teams, drivers and all the paddock are true professionals, and we glance forward to developing our relationship with them in the long run,” Rogers said. “This marquee racing challenge in March guarantees to be special for everybody including spectators, Thermal members and race fans tuning in at home.”
There can be limited tickets available for non-Thermal members to access the event on the 17-turn, 3.067-mile layout. Situated at the bottom of the Santa Rosa Mountains, The Thermal Club boasts luxury homes, a motor sports village and gourmet restaurants and in 2017 was named facility of the 12 months at the Skilled Motorsports World Expo in Germany.
No points can be awarded and the event could have a format unlike the rest on the IndyCar schedule. There can be a draw party to begin the event that can embed members of The Thermal Club with a race team and driver.
There can be a qualifying session and two heat races in which the highest six from each heat advance to the most important event. The top five ending teams will split their earnings with The Thermal Club members, including the $1 million prize awarded to the champion.
The event gives IndyCar a race during its traditionally long break between its season-opening race in St. Petersburg, Florida, in early March and the resumption of the series, typically a month later.
“It’s going to be a made-for-TV event that I feel needs to be very interesting and get individuals who normally wouldn’t be watching us to watch us race at a unique place,” said Mark Miles, Penske Entertainment Corp. President & CEO.
The $1 Million Challenge and the IndyCar season finale in Nashville are the one two events to date announced on the 2024 schedule. IndyCar continues to be finalizing a handful of dates — including the annual street race in downtown Toronto — and dealing with broadcast partner NBC Sports, which pauses racing coverage through the Olympics.
Laguna Seca hosted the IndyCar season finale Sunday for the third time since 2019. The series didn’t race in California in 2020 due to COVID-19 pandemic, and the race was the penultimate event on the 2021 schedule.
Laguna Seca is anticipated to land a June spot on the 2024 IndyCar calendar.