The weekend at Watkins Glen was a competitive weekend for F1600
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“I messed up my start a little bit so he (Grant), got ahead of me, but I was on the inside so I kept my position”
Sitting at the pole position, K-Hill Motorsports team member and driver of the No. 47 car, Keyvan Andres came out of turn one in the lead at the start of race two, putting him in position to win his second Atlantic Championship Series race in two days at Watkins Glen.
In practice one he finished with a time of 1:43.690 and then had an even more impressive lap time of 1:42.805 in practice two
David Grant and Sam Beasley split the wins in a competitive doubleheader weekend in April
Based on two podium finishes at the season opener at Road Atlanta, Steve Bamford finds himself leading the F2000 Championship Series as rounds three and four greet drivers and teams this weekend at Watkins Glen International.
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 .
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.
Round 14 of the 2014 Championship
Ayla Agren comes into the final two rounds of the 2014 F1600 Formula F Championship season with a razor-thin points lead ahead of teammate Garth Rickards. Whoever conquers the Championship’s second trip of the year to the Glen will be crowned the 2014 F1600 Champion after a season that’s seen 10 winners in 12 races.