Trans Am launched in 2020 on the Adelaide Parklands Circuit before the race season came to halt due to the Covid-19 pandemic. On that occasion, Aaron Seton was fastest in qualifying and won all three races.
The series will begin at Sandown International Raceway on February 9-11. Round 2 will be across Bass Strait to Symmons Plains Raceway for Race Tasmania on March 15-17. The popular series will return to Victoria with Round 3 at Phillip Island on April 12-14.
For the first time Trans Am will race at Shell V-Power Motorsport at The Bend on May 31-June 2 before the series heads north to Queensland Raceway on July 12-14.
After the mid-year break, the final two rounds will be at Bathurst on November 8-10 before the series culminates in the South Australian capital a week later, on November 14-17.
This year's series finished at Mt Panorama in dramatic fashion. Garry Rogers Motorsport's James Moffat had to overcome an oil leak, and pitstop for a quick repair, and finish to take the series ahead of GRM teammate Lochie Dalton.
The first six rounds next year will be included in the Shannons SpeedSeries' brand-new broadcast deal, to be announced soon. The Adelaide 500 will have coverage on Fox Sports and Kayo Sports across the season-ending weekend.