International GT announced today the partnership with Mission Foods GT3 Trophy Cup for 2017. The season begins at Sebring March 2-5, 2017 with a full season of racing to follow at some of the best tracks in North America. Following Sebring, the Series will be at Amelia Island. The race events will feature sprint and endurance races culminating with the Mission Foods GT3 Trophy Cup Championship and final race at Circuit of the Americas.
The Mission Foods GT3 Trophy Cup is open to Porsche 911 based GT3 cars 2000 or later. “We are happy to have Mission Foods, a great global brand, with International GT for 2017. There was enthusiastic growth and competition with the 911 based Cup cars last year, but the best is yet to come in 2017”, said Ken Fengler, International GT General Manager.
International GT showcases the return of the Stuttgart Cup for Porsche Caymans and the Maranello Cup for Ferrari Challenge cars. The combination of the legendary sports car brands at iconic race tracks with the enthusiasts comradery and sportsmanship creates a fun and energetic environment for everyone involved including drivers, crew and marketing partners.
Mission Foods, headquartered in Irving (Dallas area), Texas and Gruma S.A.B. de C.V., a Mexican corporation, was founded in 1949, and is one of the larges tortilla manufacturers in the United States. Gruma S.A.B. de C.V. is the parent company of Mission Foods (Gruma Corporation) and is a leading Mexican producer of corn mesa flour and tortilla products. It operations in Mexico, the United States, Central and South America, Europe and Asia. For more information, please visit www.missionmenus.com