Tagliani with another stellar frive for Team Penske and “The Captain”!
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Returning to the 22
Alex Tagliani will return to the seat of the No. 22 Discount Tire Ford Mustang this weekend at Mid-Ohio. After a merry-go-round of Ryan Blaney, Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano, Tagliani will make his second road course start with the No. 22 team since his dramatic second place finish at Road America.
LaRue was well under all existing F2000 track records
A new color scheme for John LaRue, combined with years of experience and some new parts on his No. 17 Citation led to the veteran driver easily pacing F2000 Championship Series practice on Friday for rounds seven and eight of the season this weekend at Mid-Ohio.
Series offers entrants a large window of testing on Thursday evening
2013’s reigning F2000 Champion is off to a dominating start in the 2014 F2000 Championship Series, but as the grid marks the mid-way point of the year this weekend at Mid-Ohio, Tim Minor finds himself under threat at the front of the field.
The optimistic BYR Team pilot took to the historic yet challenging Mid-Ohio track for the first time
Canadian AMA Pro GoPro Daytona Sportbike racer Ben Young had high hopes to Make a Splash at this past weekend’s Buckeye SuperBike Weekend presented by Dunlop Tire at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course however a variety challenges prevented him from cracking the top 10, resulting in an 18th place finish on Saturday and a 16th on Sunday.
Jesse Lazare made his debut in the F1600 Championship Series this past weekend aboard his Piper DF5/Honda prepared by BGR Team Grote.
Lazare scores two top tens for BGR Team Grote at Mid Ohio
In his third race in his young career, Lazare had to adapt to his third different series in as many races as he also had his first go on the series spec Hoosier tire. A mere eight weeks past his 15th birthday Jesse was up against a very stout field of far more experienced racers.
Gooden took his second win of 2012 at Mid-Ohio
Wyatt Gooden took the win at Mid-Ohio, forcing his way by Robert La Rocca on a early-race restart. Championship leader La Rocca looked untouchable, on pole by a huge margin on top of Saturday’s runaway win, but failed to finish, getting wrapped up in a controversial incident with Tim Paul.