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Category Archive: F2000
Final Three series added to Mazda Road to Indy Shootout Roster
Three additional series have been confirmed for the Mazda Road to Indy USF2000 $200K Scholarship Shootout – an unprecedented event which will bring together champions from around the world to vie for a $200,000 Mazda scholarship to join the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda – the first step on the Mazda Road to Indy, the world’s premier open-wheel development ladder – in 2017.
The re-vitalized Canadian Formula 2000 Championship Series, returned to the Canadian marketplace after a 20-year absence
Nathan Blok, the 21-year old, two time Formula 1600 Champion and resident of Beachburg ON, took home the F2000 Canada Championship top honour this past weekend at the annual CASC Ontario Region Gala in Toronto, securing his third championship .
On the wet track, Quinlan Lall finished second while David Grant completed the podium
Sam Beasley capped his Championship-winning 2015 F2000 Series season by passing Eric Filgueiras for the race lead on a late-race restart at Pittsburgh International Race Complex to take the win in the final F2000 event of the year.
It’s the Series second trip the fast and flowing new road course this season
With the 2015 F2000 Championship Series title already locked up by Sam Beasley, the rest of the field will now see if they can stop the No. 4 driver for the double-header season finale at Pittsburgh International Race Complex this weekend.
Podium finishes a highlight from frantic F1600 races
Round 6 of the F1600 Formula F Championship brought a mixture of highs and lows for Exclusive Autosport as the team showcased its pace in practice but was left frustrated by this weekend’s triple-header racing at the New Jersey Motorsports Park, New Jersey, 28th-30th August.
Sam Chastain scored his best-yet F2000 finish with a second place drive for Chastain Motorsports
A flag-to-flag victory from Sam Beasley at New Jersey Motorsports Park continued his dominating season and sealed his F2000 Series Championship title with three races to go with another major points haul in round 11 of the season.
Sam Chastain ran the second fastest time on Friday at NJMP, just over three-tenths of a second behind Beasley.
Championship leader Sam Beasley comfortably led double Friday practice at New Jersey Motorsports Park (NJMP) ahead of the F2000 Championship Series twin-race weekend. Beasley’s best lap over two 30-minute practice sessions clocked in at 1:17.622.
Coming off a competitive weekend to start August in Pittsburgh, Championship leader Sam Beasley looks to fend off attacks from any number of drivers.
Andrews and McGregor boosted by Canadian F1600 Outing
Fresh off the back of a pair of 1-2 finishes in F1600 action in Canada with Scott Andrews and Thomas McGregor, Exclusive Autosport heads to New Jersey Motorsports Park for Round 6 of the F1600 Formula F Championship Series this weekend, 28th to 30th August.
Steve Bamford was second after a race-long battle with Trent Walko, who completed the podium
It was a dominating weekend for Sam Beasley at Pittsburgh International Race Complex, with two poles, fastest laps and two race victories, as the No. 4 drove flag-to-flag on Sunday afternoon to complete his weekend sweep.
The Series is coming off two strong weekends at VIR and Mid-Ohio, with no lack of drama at the front of the field.
Off five straight wins, Sam Beasley comes charging into the new 2.8-mile, 18-turn Pittsburgh International Race Complex for rounds nine and 10 of the F2000 Championship Series season looking to further extend his points lead.
With Quinlan Lall stalled sideways on the race track, a fast-moving David Grant had little time to react, and Lall even less time to wait for the impact. Spectrum front to Van Diemen side, with Grant flicking the steering wheel just enough to send the impact to the rear portion of Lall’s car.
The 7 & 8th rounds of the F2000 Canada championship continued under brutally hot & humid conditions
For Nathan Blok, the 21-year old, two-time Formula Tour Series Champion, the 2015 F2000 championship heated up as much as the asphalt at the Shannonville Motorsports racetrack this past weekend in his #88 Tenaquip / Aurora Tools / Zenith Safety car.