The African American Racers Association (AARA) was established to recognize and promote African American’s contributions (past, present & future) in motorsports. Additionally, emphasizing those businesses and organizations that exemplify equality within the sport.
While the AARA highlights African Americans’ accomplishments in motorsports, we do not discriminate based on race, color, or creed. Our membership is open to ALL who share the mission of inclusion within motorsports.
Webinars with industry leaders to give tips and insight into various topics in motorsports.
Network with various people and businesses in the motorsports industry. Learn about the various people and products that can help you with your endeavors. You can also apply for one of our many sponsorships to ease the financial burden of continuing your education in the motorsports industry.
Find events across the country that support the A.A.R.A.’s mission of inclusivity and a family fun environment.
ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. (October 13, 2021) – Earlier this year, Roger Penske stated he wanted the Force Indy team to develop a black driver capable of qualifying for the Indy 500 no later than 2024. Well, Force Indy has made a significant move in possibly crushing that timeline. Force Indy is a race team […]
ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. (October 13, 2021) – Much of black history is lost. Due to the rules (written & unwritten) of the early 19th century, blacks were restricted from documenting their history in a written form. If they did, the documents were destroyed, so much of black history was passed down orally, through generations. […]
ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. (July 15, 2021) – The African American Racers Association (AARA) has teamed up with Temple University’s Temple Formula Racing (TFR) program to further align their goals of building diversity and awareness in motorsports to increase attendance and participation. Christopher Harris, AARA co-founder, has announced a $20,000 donation in the form of […]