Mike ScanlanSalem, NH – Formula Race Promotions has announced the format of its upcoming inaugural exhibition winter weekend, taking place at Palm Beach International Raceway February 12-14 and including the Atlantic, F2000 and F1600 Championship Series.

The non-points event will see three days of extensive track time. Each Series will receive two hours per day, split into five practice sessions. Both Thursday and Friday will see a similar two hour, five-session days, with Series officials set to run 30 sessions between two days.

Saturday morning will feature a qualifying session for each Series, followed by afternoon races – a single race for the weekend for each group. In total, entrants can expect roughly five hours of track time over three days in F1600, F2000 and Atlantic.

Palm Beach is followed by a seven-weekend 2015 season that starts at Road Atlanta, April 10-12. F2000 will see its traditional 14-race double-header season, while Atlantic will expand to a 14-race season on those event weekends. F1600 sees the most dramatic change, going to triple race weekends for 21 races in 2015.