Posts Tagged ‘Cape Motorsports with Wayne Taylor Racing’
[USF2000 PR] Florian Latorre’s third win of the season earned him the championship title and the MAZDASPEED Driver Development Scholarship, worth in excess of $375,000, to graduate to the next step on the Mazda Road to Indy, the Pro Mazda Championship Presented by Cooper Tires, in 2015.
Jack Harvey swept the weekend in Indy Lights and Garett Grist and Florian Latorre added themselves to the list of winners in Mazda Road to Indy action from Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
Jack Harvey and Nicolas Costa both claimed their first victories in their respective series as the Mazda Road to Indy has completed four of the weekend’s races at Mid-Ohio.
Three first-time winners celebrated on the streets of Toronto: Alex Baron in Indy Lights, and Florian Latorre and Jake Eidson in USF2000.
[Pro Mazda PR] Scott Hargrove claimed victory today in the strangest of fashions during the first leg of the Allied Building Products Pro Mazda Grand Prix of Houston Presented by Marlin CNG Services at MD Anderson Cancer Center Speedway at NRG Park.
[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.
[Alberico PR] Cape Motorsports with Wayne Taylor Racing will launch a new Pro Mazda campaign in 2014 and will take this year’s second-place USF2000 finisher, Neil Alberico of Los Gatos, Calif., along with them.
[CMwWTR PR] Jake Eidson, the reigning F1600 Formula F champion and 2013 recipient of the Team USA Scholarship, has moved up the ladder into USF2000 with Cape Motorsports with Wayne Taylor Racing for the 2014 season.
The USF2000 title has come down to two contenders: a Canadian, Scott Hargrove, and an American, Neil Alberico. We speak to both drivers and look ahead to the USF2000 and Pro Mazda season finales while also covering the latest IndyCar news on this week’s More Front Wing podcast.