Formula Race Promotions today announced a format change for the 2016 Atlantic Championship Series season.
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“I was hunting him down. I wasn’t going to let go until the very last lap” – Andres
With an outside move in turn one, Keyvan Andres passed Garth Rickards for the lead on lap 27 in round 12 of the 2015 Atlantic Championship Series to take the victory and sweep the weekend at New Jersey Motorsports Park.
Friday, August 28 opens the NJMP weekend with a practice day for Atlantic teams.
Keith Grant hopes to consolidate his season in the Atlantic Championship Series at New Jersey Motorsports Park (NJMP) this weekend and clinch the title, with two weekends and four races left on the schedule and half of that taking place at NJMP.
Conner Kearby and Gaston Kearby, in a pair of K-Hill Motorsports cars, completed the podium.
Keith Grant led from pole to checkered flags in round nine of the Atlantic Championship Series season to take the win in the first of two races of the Pittsburgh International Race Complex weekend. Grant backed up his recent victory at Mid-Ohio, making it two in a row for the Polestar Swift 016/Mazda.
Gaston Kearby took a second place finish and Connor Burke came in third for the first of two races this weekend.
After a dramatic race one of the Atlantic Championship Series at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Conner Kearby took first place after having the lead early on in the race, falling back, and then fighting for his position in the closing stages.
Grant is picking up where he left off after closing out the VIR weekend
With day one of the Mid-Ohio weekend in the books it was Keith Grant at the top of the time sheets in the No. 40 Polestar entry with a time of 1:16.878. Second fastest for the day was the young Conner Kearby who had a time of 1:16.919 and in third was Gaston Kearby with a time of 1:19.433.
The K-Hill Motorsports driver is also apart of the younger crew of drivers that are pushing the limits on the track
Conner Kearby has had a great season in the Atlantic Championship Series so far with a win at Road Atlanta, giving him an amazing start to the year. Along with that, he has had two more podium finishes over the course of six races putting him in position to compete for the title with eight races to go.
“I messed up my start a little bit so he (Grant), got ahead of me, but I was on the inside so I kept my position”
Sitting at the pole position, K-Hill Motorsports team member and driver of the No. 47 car, Keyvan Andres came out of turn one in the lead at the start of race two, putting him in position to win his second Atlantic Championship Series race in two days at Watkins Glen.