The ARIA race will take place on March 2, 2018, in Austin, Texas, at the Austin Motor Speedway.
The ARIRA 2018 race will be the fifth race of the year, and the fourth race to be held on a new oval.
The race is scheduled for 4 p.m.
ET on Saturday, March 2.
The race will consist of two parts: a two-hour, 30-minute qualifying period, followed by the two- and four-hour races.
Qualifying will begin at 5 p.ms.
ET with the qualifying round, with the winner of the first qualifying round receiving a spot in the race.
The top four finishers will advance to the second round, where the top two will advance.
Qualifying will continue for the remaining 90 minutes of the race, with qualifying rounds ending at 10:30 p.mp.
The first 15 drivers will start the race in the lead of the group, while the remaining drivers will join the group at the rear of the field.
After the race starts, the top 10 drivers will be awarded the ARICA trophy, which is presented to the winner.
The ARIA competition has been created to help support the ARRIX, a charitable organization dedicated to promoting the ARICAS Formula 4 Series.
ARIA is an acronym for American Association of Racing Engineers.
The acronym stands for the American Racing Code, which describes how ARICAs rules are applied.
The Race begins at 5:30 a.m., with qualifying from 5:45 a.mp to 6:15 a.minutes.
After qualifying, the race will end at 6:45 p.am.
The winners of each qualifying round will be seeded in the top four groups of the ARIVA 2018 championship.
The four groups will be formed in the following order: Top-three drivers in each group advance to an all-out sprint for the championship, the other four will continue in the second and fourth groups, and so on.
After each race, the ARICA Championship will be announced.
The full list of teams participating in the ARA 2018 race is available on the ARAA website.