“This past weekend at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park was another great showing for our team”
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The expanded 2012 schedule is a response from a season-ending survey sent out by Series officials.
Just over two weeks away, the second edition of the F1600 Formula F Championship Series is set to grow in 2012, adding another race weekend (six in total, for 12 races) and more teams, drivers, chassis and engines.
32 cars on the initial entry list
The F1600 Formula F Championship Series will embark on history this weekend at VIRginia International Raceway for the inaugural rounds of the new national pro series with 32 cars on the initial entry list. Nine chassis manufacturers are represented with 12 Honda Fit and 20 Ford Kent engines.
American standout led the Mygale contingent at Monza and was fourth fastest in his first GP3 outing with ART Grand Prix
American Gabby Chaves has further strengthened his position as one of the leading young racers in Europe, thanks to a superb pair of test outings in Italian Formula 3 Championship and GP3 Series cars.
Florida teenager led the way among rookie and Mygale racers during Rounds 13 and 14
American junior formula car rising star Gabby Chaves continued his pursuit of Rookie of the Year honors in the Italian Formula 3 Championship this past weekend (October 9-10), with another strong outing at the Autodromo del Mugello.
American teenager narrowly missed a podium finish in Round 12 of Italian Formula 3 Championship
American up-and-comer Gabby Chaves further strengthened his chase for top rookie honors in the Italian Formula 3 Championship this past weekend (September 25-26), narrowly missing out on an impressive podium finish at the Autodromo di Vallelunga.
American teenager showcases speed and skill in Italian F3 Championship as development continues with Mygale chassis
Rising junior formula car star Gabby Chaves continued his quest for top rookie honors in the highly competitive Italian Formula 3 Championship this past weekend (July 24-25), adding two more top-10s to his inaugural European racing resume at the Mugello International Circuit.
Morgan leads the championship heading into Atlanta
The average margin of victory during the opening rounds of the 2010 F2000 Championship Series at VIR was .341 seconds. American driver Cole Morgan, coming off his first win since taking the 2007 title, is leading the national championship by two points over Brazilian Victor Carbone, now in his second season at Alegra Motorsports, as the 30-plus car field heads to Road Atlanta.
Jesse Yorio will be back in 2010 in a brand new Piper DF5C chassis.
Jesse Yorio will be back in 2010 in a brand new Piper F5C chassis. Joining a 30-car F2000 Championship Series field dominated by Van Diemens, with expected new cars from Radon and Ralph Firman Racing, in addition to standing entries from Citation and Mygale, the new Piper will make it a season of chassis wars in the F2000 world. Yorio, out of New York, will be back for his fourth straight season, driving under the Company Motorsports banner alongside teammate Jeff McCusker.
2009 Masters Class champion Tom Fatur is back for the season with GTP
GTP Motorsports, a long-time F2000 Championship Series team, has confirmed a full season five-car effort for 2010 highlighted by the new Radon chassis. GTP will field 2009 Masters Class champion Tom Fatur, alongside Watkins Glen winner Phil Lombardi in Radon-equipped Van Diemen cars.
Young Canadian open wheel racer Gianmarco Raimondo heads back to Europe for busy series of testing sessions
Gianmarco Raimondo, 2008 Formula BMW Americas Rookie Champion, continued his racing journey and 2010 preparations with a series of Formula 3 tests in Europe. Raimondo recently flew to Paris in early November and headed straight the famed Magny-Cours racing facility in Nevers, France where he continued to test and impress in the F3 cars.
British Formula Ford runner-up’s chances at repeat victory halted by overheating engine
Josef Newgarden’s hopes of a repeat win at the historic Formula Ford Festival in England unfortunately ended prematurely over the weekend (October 17-18). The British Formula Ford runner-up and Rookie of the Year failed to finish a lap in the Final, when an overheating engine forced the American into pitlane after a superb start.