Action from rounds 11 and 12 of the 2014 F1600 season at Thompson
Category Archive: F1600
Both Series will also receive updated rain tires for the 2015 season.
Formula Race Promotions, operators of the F1600 Formula F Championship Series and F2000 Championship Series, and Hoosier Racing Tire announced today an updated tire for both F1600 and F2000 for the 2015 season at a press conference during the Performance Racing Industry trade show in Indianapolis.
“Our goal with the F1600 Championship is to continually grow the awareness of the sport”
Move Motorsports Management, promoters of the Toyo Tires F1600 Championship, and Fuel MediaLab jointly announced today a media partnership with TSN and ESPN Classic Canada to bring the excitement of Canadian Formula 1600 action to homes across the country.
Formula Race Promotions today announced its 2015 calendar for the Atlantic, F2000 and F1600 Championship Series.
Seven points-paying race weekends are scheduled for teams and drivers, in addition to a new pre-season exhibition weekend in Florida. The big news is the expansion of the Atlantic Championship Series to a 14-race/seven-weekend format, while the F1600 Formula F Championship Series will grow to a 21-race/seven-weekend schedule.
Toyo Tires F1600 Champion to compete at Phillip Island
Tristan DeGrand’s outstanding 2014 season competing in F1600 will conclude down-under after the 18-year-old St Louis racer earned a coveted spot on the inaugural Spectrum International Scholarship to compete in the season finale of the Australian Formula Ford Series at Phillip Island, Victoria, 29th – 30th November.
The world renowned Formula Ford Festival held at Brands Hatch Circuit in England is now in the history books.
Team Canada Scholarship driver Chase Pelletier acquitted himself well with a solid 14th place finish in the final. The results don’t really show the true success the young racer had in his first trip abroad as he enjoyed a week of close competition and fierce on track battles.
GP3R fans can enjoy both series fully and completely, they will be held on separate weekends
Le Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières is proud to announce the return of the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil1 and of the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy for its 2015 edition.
It was Zach’s first trip to the former home of the USGP and historic race course
After two season of winning races with BGR Team Grote in the highly rated Toyo Tires F1600 Championship, Zacharie Robichon got his first taste of the next step as he made his debut at the season finale for the F2000 Championship Series held at Watkins Glen .
Finishing second, setting fast lap and re-taking the points lead was Garth Rickards
Evan Mehan won a race that saw a lead pack of 11 cars trade the lead back and forth until the Chastain Motorsports driver was able to separate himself from the group to take his second victory of the 2014 F1600 Formula F Championship Series at Watkins Glen International.
It will get more interesting on Saturday
As if the Championship battle couldn’t get any tighter, Ayla Agren paced Friday practice at Watkins Glen by .024 seconds over her main rival, Garth Rickards. The two are nearly neck and neck for the 2014 F1600 Formula F Championship Series crown, which will be settled over rounds 13 and 14 this weekend at Watkins Glen International.
Round 14 of the 2014 Championship
Ayla Agren comes into the final two rounds of the 2014 F1600 Formula F Championship season with a razor-thin points lead ahead of teammate Garth Rickards. Whoever conquers the Championship’s second trip of the year to the Glen will be crowned the 2014 F1600 Champion after a season that’s seen 10 winners in 12 races.
The selection for the Team Canada Scholarship is a difficult process as there are so many great young candidates.
2014 has been a stellar year for many of the nominees and in the end one driver stood out among his peers. In just his second season of racing, this years winner left his mark with his first Championship and multiple podiums across the two F1600 Championships in Ontario and Quebec.