The European soccer team-based Superleague Formula series is targeting more races outside of Europe in 2011 as it continues its global expansion plans.
The series held races outside of Europe for the first time this year with a Chinese doubleheader at Ordos and Beijing, and is now looking to create events in the Middle East, Australia and the Americas.
Superleague competition director Robin Webb said: "2010 was a hugely successful season for Superleague Formula. Not only did we expand our calendar to 12 rounds, but we also broke new ground with our hugely successful trips to two brand-new venues in China. We want to build on that success for next season and the huge amount of interest we've received from all four corners of the globe points to another superb year."
Superleague says it is likely to return to China, with discussions also under way with other circuits in Asia, and it claims that venues in Australia, Brazil, Central and North America have also expressed an interest in hosting rounds.