Grant started on pole to complete a weekend sweep with two wins in two races
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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.
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.
Coming up this weekend is the second stop on the fourteen-round, seven-weekend Atlantic Championship Series.
Teams and drivers will be calling Watkins Glen International home for the weekend as an exciting grid will take to the track and possibly move one step closer to the title. Making their season debut with the series will be Garth Rickards and Keyvan Andres.
“I plan to learn more of the ins and outs of the Atlantic cars and have a good race.”
New to the Atlantic Series this season, but no stranger to the racetrack is Chris Ash. Ash is one of the three drivers representing Comprent Motorsports in the Atlantic field and driving the No. 67 Swift 016/Mazda.
The 2015 Atlantic Championship season will kick off with unofficial testing starting on Thursday
With the first race of the season but a few days away; the grid for the Atlantic Championship Series is looking strong, and is sure to make the now 14 race, seven weekend schedule as competitive as ever as teams and drivers fight for the Championship, starting at Road Atlanta.
“Keep an eye on me this year, I won’t disappoint.”
New to the F1600 Formula F Championship Series, Ben Auriemma is looking forward to the 2015 season; the recent addition to Team Pelfrey took some time to talk about his past, the off-season, and what is to come as he drives the No. 82 Mygale/Honda into the 2015 season and the 21 races that are to come.
Abbreviated 12-Hour Debut for Thompson
Colin Thompson is on a mission to set himself apart from the competition, and the F1600 Formula F Championship Series helped him do just that. After kicking off his 2015 season with two Pirelli World Challenge wins, Colin Thompson was looking forward to racing in his first-ever Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring with the esteemed Flying Lizard Motorsports.
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.
Harvey’s origins in racing come from humble beginnings that are relatable to most.
Back in the F1600 Formula F Championship Series this year is Will Harvey, driver of the No. 27 Mygale/Honda for Chastain Motorsports; who is ready to put in the work not only in the cockpit but in the classroom as well; and with being in the middle of his freshman year at MIT, Harvey is a busy guy, but shows no signs of letting off the throttle for the 21-race 2015 season.
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.