Archive for the ‘USF2000’ Category
Episodes 7 and 8 of Road to Indy TV are now online providing a halftime report on the seasons thus far and a review of the weekend at Houston.
[JDC PR] F1600 standout Garth Rickards will join Clark Toppe with JDC Motorsports in USF2000 action on the streets of Toronto.
Recently, Road to Indy TV released its sixth episode of the season recapping the ladder’s entire Month of May by looking back at the Indy Lights Freedom 100 and the Pro Mazda and USF2000 races at Lucas Oil Raceway.
Garett Grist of Andretti Autosport in Pro Mazda and Aaron Telitz of ArmsUp Motorsports in USF2000 scored their respective first victories of the 2014 season in the Night Before the 500 at Lucas Oil Raceway.
Aaron Telitz was very happy for the opportunity to take part in a race weekend on the IMS road course, but maybe not for the reasons you’d expect. Read all about it in his blog covering the Grand Prix of Indianapolis.
[Mazda Road to Indy PR] On day 2 at the Grand Prix of Indianapolis: Luiz Razia was victorious in Indy Lights, Adrian Starrantino won in USF2000, and Scott Hargrove completed the weekend sweep in Pro Mazda.
Indy Lights, Pro Mazda, and USF2000 were all in action at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway today, and all three series saw first-time winners.
I’m glad to be back writing one of these puppies in a more positive light this time. My season definitely started out with a bit of a stumble, but we’ve got things rolling the right direction again!
Since his last blog for More Front Wing, Daniel Burkett has won two races in the Atlantic Championship, nearly had a podium in USF2000 but for an alteration with MFW blogger Aaron Telitz, and dressed up as a hot dog.
[USF2000 PR] It will be an exciting weekend for John Cummiskey Racing and Canadian driver Nathan Blok as the newly formed team straps the two-time Formula 1600 Champion into their brand new #33 Van Diemen Elan open-wheel race car.
[Mazda Road to Indy PR] Each of the winners at every level of the Mazda Road to Indy today at Barber Motorsports Park has already won at least one race in his respective series this season. Click here for the full reports and results from all four races.
[Michael Epps PR] After being named a favourite for the title, UK resident Michael Epps encountered issues entering the United States in March and was unable to obtain a new visa before this weekend’s event at Barber Motorsports Park, forcing his retirement from the 2014 USF2000 Championship.