Motorsport.com spoke with the series CEO this past week.
With closer BOP and identical tires, it will be easy for teams in both series to compete in one or more races of the other championship.
TRG-Aston Martin Racing North America will have a full weekend consisting of four races over three intense days of competition.
Scott Bove and Stephane Ratel to host press conference in St. Petersburg.
Since 1990, the series has competed at St. Petersburg 10 times.
Weather hampered the second-day crowd, but not the competition
Olivier Beretta secures victory in R. Ferri Motorsport Ferrari 458 GT3 Italia at Circuit of the Americas and Emmanuel Anassis sweeps North American Ferrari Challenge races at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
O'Connell third, Pilgrim recovers for 17th
Olivier Beretta made a dramatic last-lap pass to win the season-opening race at Circuit of the Americas in the #61 Ferrari 458 Italia GT3.
His Ferrari edges out Ryan Dalziel's Porsche in the last few laps.
O'Connell and Pilgrim qualify ninth and tenth.
Wilson is performing driving duties this weekend in lieu of full-season TRG-AMR Team Driver Max Riddle who is still recovering from illness.
The series is the headlining act this weekend at COTA.
The series' 26th season kicks off this weekend, over 100 cars are entered for the Nissan Grand Prix of Texas.
Olivier Beretta will drive the No. 61 Ferrari 458 Italia in the GT class.
Challenging Texas venue will showcase Bentley Continental GT3’s balance and performance.
Emilee Tominovich and Paul Holton to helm TCA-class Civic Si’s featuring “Art Car” liveries.
Following successful winter testing, Bentley Team Dyson Racing prepares for PWC season-opener at Circuit of the Americas.