Archive for the ‘USF2000 bloggers’ Category
Aaron Telitz and Michai Stephens have been named as winners of prestigious Team USA Scholarships for 2014.
[Team USA PR] Six young American drivers will converge on Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif., next Monday, September 8, for a shootout to determine who will represent the Team USA Scholarship in the traditional Formula Ford Festival at Brands Hatch and the Walter Hayes Trophy at Silverstone, England, later in the fall.
Hello again everyone! I realize this blog is a little late but it should get you all revved up for Sonoma this weekend.
It’s good to be back! We had quite the break from racing in USF2000. But we kicked off the second half of the season in a good way north of the border!
It’s time for Daniel Burkett’s favorite blog of the year: his Toronto report! Find out here how things went for his home race weekend.
Summer vacation is over, but Daniel Burkett couldn’t be more excited about it — his home race is about to start! Click here to read about how special the Honda Indy Toronto is to the young Canadian USF2000 racer.
Get set for USF2000′s return to action on the streets of Toronto by reading this personal account from ArmsUp Motorsports racer Aaron Telitz of his victory at the last race, 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.
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.
Hi, I’m Daniel Burkett, back for a second season of USF2000 with Belardi Auto Racing and another year of keeping you updated on my progress here at More Front Wing. Here’s a full rundown of my weekend in St. Petersburg.
I’m Aaron Telitz, USF2000 driver for ArmsUp Motorsports, and this is my first blog entry of the year for More Front Wing! I wish I had good news to share, but St. Pete was a tough weekend to start the year with. Here’s what happened.