K-Hill Motorsports’ Daniel Burkett clinched the Championship title,
Ethan Ringel of COMPREP Motorsports took the win in race one of the Atlantic Championship Series 2014 Season finale weekend at Thompson Speedway.
Championship leader Ayla Agren finished a close second ahead of her Pelfrey teammate and main title rival Garth Rickards
Evan Mehan continued to be the class of the F1600 Formula F Championship Series field at Thompson, scoring his first win with a dominating performance in the No. 29 Chastain Motorsports Mygale/Honda.
Chastain Motorsports is a full-time multi-car F1600 team
Chastain Motorsports will make a special one-off event appearance on the streets of Toronto with a two-car F1600 program for Brandon Newey and Sam Chastain in a pair of Mygale/Hondas, contesting the July 18-20 Toronto IndyCar event which includes the Canada-based Toyo Tires F1600 Series.
After starting from pole in the eighth round of the Atlantic Championship Series, Daniel Burkett spun out of the lead.
The points leader was relegated to third spot, falling some five seconds behind. But the K-Hill Motorsport driver wasted no time in passing Jimmy Simpson and then Ethan Ringel to take his sixth win on the season, resetting the track record along the way.
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