Both drivers come from different backgrounds
Category Archive: F2000
In 2014, Filgueiras won an HSR Championship in his Acura RSX
F2000 Championship Series driver, No. 22, Eric Filgueiras is ready to return to the track this season, and after an arduous journey consisting of the search for funding that allowed him to run a full season in 2014; Filgueiras is excited to continue his career with yet another full season in 2015.
Making up two of the seven stops on the expanded 2015 season for Atlantic, F2000 and F1600 is the newly renovated Pittsburgh International Race Complex
New Pittsburgh track awaits for 2015
The complex is looking forward to the three summer days in July and August, as well as capping off the 2015 season in October, when all three series will be laying down rubber. With the addition of the 1.2-mile “South” track this expands the facility into a 2.8-mile road course, which will be great for open wheel cars.
After three separate races during the Palm Beach Grand Prix on Saturday afternoon
It was Tonis Kasemets and Quinlan Lall coming out as winners after three separate races during the Palm Beach Grand Prix on Saturday afternoon. Kasemets took victories in both the F1600 Formula F Championship Series and Atlantic races, while Lall led every lap in the F2000 race at Palm Beach International Raceway.
It was a picture perfect day in South Florida
A full Friday practice day at Palm Beach International Raceway saw Tonis Kasemets (F1600),Quinlan Lall (F2000) and Kasemets again (Atlantic) at the top of the day-end time charts after hours of testing time around the 11-turn road course in preparation for this weekend’s exhibition races at the Palm Beach Grand Prix.
The event runs from February 12 to 14
The F1600, F2000 and Atlantic Championship Series will be the showcase at the Palm Beach Grand Prix this weekend, the first ever off-season exhibition races for each series. The pre-season weekend format features a hefty amount of track time and a single race for each group on Saturday afternoon.
Canadians McGregor & Clunie score class podiums at Sebring
Exclusive Autosport added to its SCCA Majors trophy haul this weekend as both Thomas McGregor and Jayson Clunie enjoyed podium finishes at the Winter Vacation Double Majors hosted at Sebring International Raceway, Florida, 17th-18th January.
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.
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.
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 .
In other big news, Minor received a penalty during practice that will impact his qualifying position for race one on Saturday.
With the Championship in his sights, 18-year-old Georgia native Skylar Robinson ran under the existing F2000 Championship Series track record (set in 2011) in free practice ahead of the Championship-deciding rounds 13 and 14 this weekend at Watkins Glen International, with a slim margin over his rival Tim Minor.
Familiarity will close the F2000 Championship Series season with a riveting Championship battle – the closest since 2010
Watkins Glen plays to F2000 season finale
After visits to two new-to-F2000 race tracks in Pittsburgh and Thompson, the open wheel contingent now returns to the full course at Watkins Glen for rounds 13 and 14 to close out the year and decide whether Tim Minor or Skylar Robinson will be the 2014 Champion.