HOW TO WATCH: Grand Prix of Long Beach

The 2024 IMSA and SRO seasons continues this weekend on the streets of Long Beach with the Grand Prix of Long Beach for the No. 96 BMW M3 GT3 in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Challenge and No. 29 BMW M4 GT3 in SRO’s GT America.

Grand Prix of Long Beach
🟢 Green Flag: Sat., Apr 20 @ 4:35 PM ET
🚙 Car: No. 96 BMW M4 GT3 – GTD
👥 Drivers: Robby Foley & PATRICK GALLAGHER
📺 Watch: USA Network @ 4:30 PM ET
💻Stream: Peacock (USA) or (International)

Live Qualifying
🟢 Live Qualifying: Fri., April 19 @ 7:55 PM ET
💻Stream: Peacock /
GT America
🚙 Car: No. 29 BMW M4 GT3 – SRO3
👤 Driver: Justin Rothberg
💻Stream: YouTube or Twitch
🟢 RACE 1: Sat., Apr 20 @ 7:45 PM ET
🟢 RACE 2: Sun., Apr 21 @ 7:20 PM ET
TONIGHT: Thunder Thursday at The Pike Outlets
Thurs., Apr 18 @ 6pm PDT
Meet Robby Foley, Patrick Gallagher and Justin Rothberg and check out the No. 29 LATICRETE BMW M4 GT3 at Thunder Thursday

“Long Beach is always an exciting race because it’s very difficult to pass and there is little room for error….if you get it wrong it usually results in damage. We have historically had good cars here but have had bad luck with contact. This year we have implemented an experimental force field around our 2 cars – so we will see!” 

- Will Turner

Driver GTD Teams Have No Buffer in Long Beach Without GTD PRO Traffic 
by Mark Robinson, IMSA
The Long Beach race will be “a little bit more old school,” said Robby Foley.


  • The Long Beach circuit is a 1.968-mile, 11-turn temporary street circuit.
  • This year’s 100-minute IMSA race will include GTP and GTD – no LMP2 or GTD PRO cars. Historically, it’s a 1-pit stop, no tire change race.
  • The SRO GTA races combine GT4 cars with GT3 cars – Almost as much speed difference as the Prototypes and the GTD cars in the IMSA race.
  • The IMSA GTD car will don a LiquiMoly livery and the team will welcome 50+ LiquiMoly guests to the track to cheer us on!
  • Long Beach is one of Will Turner’s favorite venues because it’s surrounded by amazing taco spots.