The students joined the Championships for both the Pittsburgh and New Jersey rounds
Category Archive: Atlantic
“Our goals are aligned to draw interest and participation from the vast motorsports market within the Hoosier network”
Hoosier Racing Tire and Formula Race Promotions (FRP), which organizes the Atlantic, F2000 and F1600 Championship Series, today announced a three-year contract renewal which will see Hoosier remain the official tire of all three Championships through the 2019 season.
“My goal is to have a good time, close racing, and hopefully challenge for the win. I have raced at Pitt before and love the track with the additions. It is a ton of fun, especially through the new back section.”
Peter Portante, Steve Bamford and David Grant won in F1600, F2000 and Atlantic, respectively, on Saturday at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
Peter Portante won round 10 of the F1600 Formula F Championship Series. Steve Bamford took home first place in round seven of the F2000 season at Mid-Ohio on Saturday. It didn’t take long for David Grant to return to the top step of the podium.
Peter Portante, Robert Allaer and Ryan Norman led F1600, F2000 and Atlantic practice, respectively, on Friday at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
Peter Portante led F1600 Formula F Championship Series practice on Friday afternoon at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. Morning rain gave way to a 75-degree afternoon with partly cloudy skies and a dry track at Mid-Ohio for F2000 Championship Series practice. Late afternoon practice saw Ryan Norman run a quick time at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course at 1:18.546 for K-Hill Motorsports to lead Friday Atlantic Championship Series practice.
The pairing of the three open-wheel racing Championships has become a destination for drivers as young as 14
The first weekend in July at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course is quickly becoming a rite of passage for competitors in the F1600, F2000 and Atlantic Championship Series, which will see the midpoints of their seasons run this weekend at the Lexington, Ohio facility with a large turnout of open-wheel race cars expected in a Formula Race Promotions hosted weekend at the 13-turn road course.