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USF Pro Season Wraps Up with Championship Celebration

PORTLAND, Ore. – Another exciting season of USF Pro Championships Presented by Cooper Tires competition concluded this weekend with champions in two of the three series being crowned at Portland International Raceway.

Myles Rowe, from Brooklyn, N.Y., bounced back from the bitter disappointment of narrowly losing out on the USF2000 title exactly one year ago by triumphing on the next step of the ladder, USF Pro 2000. Rowe also became the first African American driver to secure a major U.S. open-wheel championship.

After being able to contest only partial USF2000 campaigns during the past three seasons due to budgetary constraints, Simon Sikes, from Augusta, Ga., capitalized on his wealth of experience by clinching this year’s championship on Saturday before stylishly adding another race win to his burgeoning resume on Sunday.

Both Rowe and Sikes drove for teams entered by Pabst Racing, marking the long overdue first – and second – Driver Championships for stalwart third-generation racer-turned-team principal Augie Pabst. Pabst Racing also capped a remarkably successful campaign by securing its fifth USF2000 Team Championship since 2017 as well as its first USF Pro 2000 Team Championship.

Pabst became the first team to sweep all four titles since the inception of the “Road to Indy” concept in 2010.

And while USF Juniors champion Nicolas Giaffone, of DEForce Racing, wasn’t on track this weekend after his season wrapped up one week earlier at Circuit of The Americas in Texas, the Brazilian was on hand to soak up the atmosphere. Giaffone also gained some welcome additional exposure by being included in one of the USF2000 live stream broadcasts and taking part in a well-attended champion’s press conference in front of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES media on Saturday.

The accomplishments of all three champions, plus their respective title-winning teams, were acknowledged yesterday evening at the annual Championship Celebration hosted by Andersen Promotions and enjoyed by a strong turnout of drivers, sponsors, officials and guests beside the Columbia River just a few miles from downtown Portland.

A total of more than $1.55 million in Discount Tire Driver Advancement Scholarships and other awards were distributed during the evening which will continue a new raft of drivers’ graduation toward the eventual goal of a career in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES.

Other highlights of the evening included heartfelt tributes to Chris Pantani, who for the past 14 years as Cooper Tires’ Senior Manager, Event Marketing, Sponsorships and Motorsports, has spearheaded a groundbreaking relationship which has propelled countless talented young racing drivers toward successful careers in a variety of motorsports disciplines.

The relationship between Andersen Promotions and Cooper Tires will shortly come to an end, although the globally acclaimed ladder system will continue to grow in stature following the recent announcement that Continental Tire will become the Official Tire and Presenting Partner of the USF Pro Championships beginning in 2024.

In the meantime, teams and drivers will have an opportunity to commence preparations for the 2024 season with the traditional USF Pro Fall Combine open test at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course on October 21/22.

USF Pro Championships Presented by Cooper Tires Award Winners:

USF Pro 2000 Presented by Cooper Tires

Champion: Discount Tire Driver Advancement Scholarship package valued at $664,500 to advance to INDY NXT in 2024 – Myles Rowe, Pabst Racing with Force Indy

Second Place ($40,000) – Kiko Porto, DEForce Racing

Third Place ($20,000) – Salvador de Alba, Exclusive Autosport

Team Champion ($10,000) – Pabst Racing with Force Indy

Cooper Tires Rookie of the Year ($7,500) – Myles Rowe, Pabst Racing with Force Indy

Hi-Tide Spirit Award ($1,000) – Salvador de Alba, Exclusive Autosport

Tilton Hard Charger Award ($1,000 certificate) – Jordan Missig, Pabst Racing

YACademy Move of the Year ($1,000) – Jordan Missig, Pabst Racing

Makita Tools Mechanic of the Year ($1,000) – Tom Vasi, Pabst Racing

Carl Haas Golden Wishbone Award ($1,000 certificate) – Pabst Racing

Original Artwork by Jim Swintal – Myles Rowe, Pabst Racing with Force Indy

USF2000 Presented by Cooper Tires

Champion: Discount Tire Driver Advancement Scholarship package valued at $433,200 to advance to USF Pro 2000 in 2024 – Simon Sikes, Pabst Racing

Second Place ($30,000) – Nikita Johnson, VRD Racing

Third Place ($15,000) – Lochie Hughes, Jay Howard Driver Development

Team Champion ($7,500) – Pabst Racing

Hyperco Rookie of the Year ($2,500) – Lochie Hughes, Jay Howard Driver Development

Hi-Tide Spirit Award ($1,000) – Simon Sikes, Pabst Racing

Tilton Hard Charger Award ($1,000) – Chase Gardner, Exclusive Autosport

YACademy Move of the Year ($1,000) – Max Garcia, Pabst Racing

Makita Tools Mechanic of the Year ($1,000) – Jim Giustino, Pabst Racing

Carl Haas Golden Wishbone Award ($1,100) – Jay Howard Driver Development

Original Artwork by Jim Swintal – Simon Sikes, Pabst Racing

USF Junior Presented by Cooper Tires

Champion: Discount Tire Driver Advancement Scholarship package valued at $241,890 to advance to USF2000 in 2024 – Nicholas Giaffone, DEForce Racing

Second Place ($25,000) – Quinn Armstrong, DEForce Racing

Third Place ($12,500) – Jack Jeffers, Exclusive Autosport

Team Champion ($7,500) – DEForce Racing

Cooper Tires Rookie of the Year ($2,500) – Nicolas Giaffone, DEForce Racing

Hi-Tide Spirit Award ($1,000) – Quinn Armstrong, DEForce Racing

Tilton Hard Charger Award ($1,000) – Giovanni Cabrera, Exclusive Autosport

YACademy Move of the Year ($1,000) – Erick Schotten, Exclusive Autosport

Makita Tools Mechanic of the Year ($1,000) – Omar Lopez, DEForce Racing

Carl Haas Golden Wishbone Award ($1,100) – VRD Racing

Original Artwork by Jim Swintal – Nicolas Giaffone, DEForce Racing


Dan Andersen, Owner and CEO of Andersen Promotions: “Another fantastic year of young, talented drivers on all three levels of the USF Pro Championships putting out exciting racing as they learn and train to move all the way up to INDYCAR. Tonight, we honored the results that these fine young drivers achieved this season.”

Chris Pantani, Senior Manager, Event Marketing, Sponsorships and Motorsports, Cooper Tires: “The banquet is a culmination of all the activities we have throughout the year. We look forward to St. Pete, we look forward to the ovals but the banquet itself truly brings all the teams together to unify and celebrate our champions and those moving forward.”

Myles Rowe, USF Pro 2000 Presented by Cooper Tires Champion: “The evening was great. The support of everyone who came was phenomenal. It was a great event and I am just super grateful to be here to see this mission come to fruition and be completed. I couldn’t be more thankful for everyone who came and everyone who supported me.”

Simon Sikes, USF2000 Presented by Cooper Tires Champion: “It has been an amazing Championship Celebration here in Portland from Andersen Promotions and everyone at the USF Pro Championships. I am so thankful to be here and see everyone’s faces. It really means the world to me and my fellow champions to be able to stand up here tonight and just enjoy all the hard work that has gone in over the entire 2023 season. It’s been incredible and I am just looking forward to next year.”

Nicolas Giaffone, USF Juniors Presented by Cooper Tires Champion: “This has been a tremendous evening. I enjoyed seeing everyone for one last time before the season officially ends. I loved having Dan [Andersen] and Chris [Pantani] beside me taking photos. This is an experience I will cherish forever. It is one of my best memories – my first season in the U.S., to be able to this, it is a dream come true for me and I hope I can be here again in this position in the coming years.”

USF2000 Champ Sikes Signs Off in Style with Portland Win

USF2000 Champ Sikes Signs Off in Style with Portland Win

PORTLAND, Ore. – Simon Sikes this evening capped an almost perfect weekend for Pabst Racing at Portland International Raceway by recording his sixth win of the season. Sikes, from Augusta, Ga., on Friday clinched the USF2000 Presented by Cooper Tires championship crown, as well as a Discount Tire Driver Advancement Scholarship valued at $433,200 to ensure graduation to the next step on the open-wheel ladder, USF Pro 2000, in 2024. A one-two finish yesterday also secured a fifth Team Championship since 2017 for Augie Pabst’s eponymous organization based in Oconomowoc, Wis.

New Zealand teenager Jacob Douglas couldn’t quite complete a weekend sweep of the Discount Tire Grand Prix of Portland, but still finished comfortably clear of VRD Racing’s Sam Corry, from Cornelius, N.C., a winner earlier this year at Indianapolis, who earned a long overdue podium result in third.


Pabst Racing once again led the field to the green today with Douglas having secured his third straight Cooper Tires Pole Award ahead of Sikes and 14-year-old Max Garcia, from Coconut Grove, Fla.

But it was Sikes who won the start, slicing confidently around the outside line in Turn One at the notorious Festival Curves chicane before assuming the inside line, and the lead, in Turn Two. The two Pabst cars were once again clearly the class of the field as they immediately romped away from their pursuers.

Douglas dropped back a little during the middle stages of the 25-lap, all-green race before closing in again during the final stages. Sikes, though, was unmoved as he took the checkered flag 0.6653 of a second ahead of his teammate and earned an eighth PFC Award of the year for Augie Pabst as the winning team owner.

Corry executed a bold move at the first corner to vault from eighth on the grid to third. He maintained that position until the finish despite the best efforts of Thomas Schrage, from Bethel, Ohio, who bounced back strongly from disappointing results on Friday and Saturday. Schrage, who had been fastest of all during the Thursday test day, had been obliged to switch to Exclusive Autosport’s backup car following difficulties in each of the first few races, but he adapted quickly and pressured Corry all the way to the checkered flag.

Corry’s drive earned him the Tilton Hard Charger Award.

After losing a couple of positions during the first few laps, Garcia chased Schrage gamely despite intense pressure from Jay Howard Driver Development’s Evagoras Papasavvas, from Loveland, Ohio.

Nikita Johnson also impressed – once again – for VRD Racing. Moments after briefly celebrating victory in the preceding USF Pro 2000 race, Johnson, 15, from Gulfport, Fla., strapped himself aboard VRD Racing’s No. 17 USF2000 Tatuus and lined up sixth on the grid. Johnson found himself odd man out at the Festival Curves, forced into the escape road as teammate Corry scythed through from behind, whereupon Johnson charged from the back of the pack to seventh at the finish, only a couple of seconds behind Papasavvas.

Another highly successful USF Pro Championships season will be formally wrapped up tomorrow evening at the traditional Championship Celebration in Portland. The focus then will switch toward the 2024 season, starting with the annual two-day USF Pro Fall Combine Test at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course on October 21/22.

Provisional championship points after 18 of 18 races:

1. Simon Sikes, 447

2. Nikita Johnson, 344

3. Lochie Hughes, 335

4. Evagoras Papasavvas, 323

5. Mac Clark, 318

6. Jacob Douglas, 249

7. Sam Corry, 222

8. Jorge Garciarce, 212

9. Max Garcia, 207

10. Chase Gardner, 193

Simon Sikes (#22 Big Check Race Fans/Doug Mockett & Company/ Racing Tatuus USF-22): “It was a great race. First of all, congrats to Jacob. He got the first two (wins) and we had a great race. I think we disappeared from everyone, but he kept the pressure on all race and didn’t make it easy at all. What a way to cap off the season with Pabst Racing – another one-two and I can’t tell you how much that means to us, the team and everybody here. On the championship weekend, it just means so much more. A big thanks to all my supporters. I couldn’t have done it without them. It was a whole group effort and I think we showed our strength this weekend.”

Jacob Douglas (#23 JDM Properties-Pabst Racing Tatuus USF-22): “I didn’t have a great start and fell back to second at the first corner. I was pulling away with Simon the whole race and we were pretty close. A massive thanks to everyone at Pabst. They gave me an amazing car and I can’t thank them enough for this opportunity in the second half of the season. I am looking forward to next year.”

Sam Corry (#14 Red Line Oil/Fill-Rite/Stilo Helmets-VRD Racing Tatuus USF-22): “It was a good race and definitely very difficult today. The drivers behind us were making it hard and I was just pushing with the guys on the radio saying ‘two back, three back, keep pushing.’ I was really just trying to hit my marks as best as I could. Once I got to about five (laps) to go, the team came on the radio and said bring that horse home so that’s what I did. I can’t thank the VRD boys enough. They put together such a good race car. It has been an up and down season, but it is good to end on a high note and go into next year wanting more.”

Johnson, 15, Dominates USF Pro 2000 Finale for VRD

Johnson, 15, Dominates USF Pro 2000 Finale for VRD

PORTLAND, Ore. – Fifteen-year-old Nikita Johnson put on a clinic in this afternoon’s third race of the VP Racing Fuels Grand Prix of Portland weekend, the season finale for USF Pro 2000 Presented by Cooper Tires. Johnson, from Gulfport, Fla., took the lead with a bold move at the first corner and held on to score his second victory in just five end-of-season starts as he looks to step up from USF2000 Presented by Cooper Tires on a full-time basis in 2024.

Salvador de Alba, from Guadalajara, Mexico, rebounded from a disappointing first couple of races at Portland International Raceway to finish a strong second for Exclusive Autosport. It was enough to secure third in the championship. Jonathan Browne, from Ratoath, Ireland, also returned to prominence after a poor sequence of results to secure the final podium position for Turn 3 Motorsport.


Yesterday’s winner, Michael d’Orlando, from Hartsdale, N.Y., started at the front of the field for Turn 3 Motorsport after snagging his sixth Cooper Tires Pole Award of the season. But d’Orlando was unable to hold off a charging Johnson, who drove around the outside at Turn One, which gave him the preferred inside line at Turn Two and a lead he never looked like losing.

In stark contrast to yesterday’s all-green race, today’s was strewn with incidents and caution periods, five in total. The restarts were crucial, but despite his tender years, Johnson was perfect in every single one as he led all 25 laps to take an accomplished victory.

Lirim Zendeli (TJ Speed Motorsports), from Bochum, Germany, and Kiko Porto (DEForce Racing) ran third and fourth in the early stages before colliding on the entrance to the Turn Nine/10 chicane. Both were out on the spot.

On one of the early restarts, Pabst Racing’s Jace Denmark, from Scottsdale, Ariz., dived to inside of d’Orlando for second place at Turn One. Stuck on the outside line, d’Orlando chose to take to the escape road, which immediately dropped him from second to 11th.

Denmark glimpsed an opportunity to go for the lead at Turn One following another restart after 14 laps, whereupon a huge sideways slide caused mayhem behind as virtually the entire field converged on Turn Two together. Denmark’s teammate, Myles Rowe, from Brooklyn, N.Y., was one of the casualties, forced into the pits to repair damage.

Browne, who started seventh, emerged from the melee in second place, with de Alba hot on his heels, although the Mexican finally took the place for good with a fine maneuver under braking for Turn One following another restart after 20 laps. De Alba kept the pressure on Johnson for the final seven laps without quite getting close enough to attempt a pass.

Denmark chased home Browne to snag his second fourth-place finish of the weekend, followed by d’Orlando, who did well to salvage fifth after his early off-course excursion. Italian Francesco Pizzi (TJ Speed Motorsports) finished hot on his heels and just ahead of Jordan Missig (Pabst Racing), from Channahon, Ill., who earned his fifth Tilton Hard Charger Award after making up 11 positions during the 30-lap race.

VRD Racing’s Dan Mitchell gained another PFC Award as the winning team owner

Rowe, who yesterday clinched a Discount Tire Driver Development Scholarship valued at $664,500 to ensure graduation to INDY NXT by Firestone in 2024, and his Pabst Racing with Force Indy team will formally receive their awards at the traditional Championship Celebration tomorrow evening in Portland.

After that the focus will switch toward the 2024 season, starting with the annual two-day USF Pro Fall Combine test at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Grand Prix road course on October 21/22.

Provisional championship points after 18 of 18 rounds:

1. Myles Rowe, 391

2. Kiko Porto, 326

3. Salvador de Alba, 291

4. Michael d’Orlando, 288

5. Lirim Zendeli, 259

6. Francesco Pizzi, 259

7. Jace Denmark, 252

8. Jonathan Browne, 230

9. Jack William Miller, 212

10. Joel Granfors, 206

Nikita Johnson (#17 Allen Exploration, LLC/Walker’s Cay-VRD Racing Tatuus IP-22): “I took control of the race in Turn One. I started in second, broke pretty late, went around the outside of Turn One and ended up in the middle for Turn Two and came out in first position. After that I just put my head down and pushed very hard. We had the car, thanks to the VRD crew, who gave me a rocket ship. We had a lot of yellows but I just did my best at the restarts. I think the restarts are what won the race. After that I just had to go to the finish, keep on knocking out nice laps. I want to thank my sponsors – PSA Check, Allen Exploration, Walker’s Cay and Tiger Precision Products – also Dan (Mitchell), Jacob (Loomis), Branden (Graham) and everybody at VRD for making this possible.”

Salvador de Alba (#91 Archandel/Red Cola/Mecano/Z Motors-Exclusive Autosport Tatuus IP-22): “I am very happy with this last race of the season. It was a really good race. I started ninth and finished second. It was a good way to end the season in thinking about next year. Let’s hope everything comes together and we make it back to the U.S. next year.”

Jonathan Browne (#2 Human Centred Movement/CRPS Awareness-Turn 3 Motorsport Tatuus IP-22): “It was a tough race with a lot of restarts but I was able to capitalize on a few incidents and make my way through the field and up to second. Unfortunately I lost it to Salvador there at the end. I had to hang on from Jace who was applying pressure. It was a fun race but definitely tough work.”

USF2000 Portland Race #3 Starting Line-up

123JacobDouglas01:12.384Qualifying 2nd Best Time
222SimonSikes01:12.563Qualifying 2nd Best Time
324MaxGarcia01:12.674Qualifying 2nd Best Time
490ThomasSchrage01:12.856Qualifying 2nd Best Time
56EvagorasPapasavvas01:12.897Qualifying 2nd Best Time
617NikitaJohnson01:12.981Race 2
71MacClark01:12.992Qualifying 2nd Best Time
814SamCorry01:13.039Qualifying 2nd Best Time
968EthanHo01:13.182Qualifying 2nd Best Time
1010JorgeGarciarce01:13.190Qualifying 2nd Best Time
118LochieHughes01:13.230Qualifying 2nd Best Time
1233MaxTaylor01:13.318Qualifying 2nd Best Time
1367ElliotCox01:13.388Qualifying 2nd Best Time
147AlMorey01:13.394Race 2
1519GordonScully01:13.729Race 2
1657CarsonEtter01:13.792Race 2
1712MaxwellJamieson01:13.914Qualifying 2nd Best Time
1811LucasFecury01:13.962Qualifying 2nd Best Time
199AvaDobson01:15.585Race 2

Portland USF2000 Race #2 Race Report and Results

By Patrick Stephan

Pole sitter and yesterday’s Race #1 winner Jacob Douglas brings the field down to the green with the air temp 83F and the track up over 110F. Thomas Schrage is having some issue at the back of the field and has pulled off, then restarted his machine while the remainder of the field heads down the front straight for the start.

A couple cars have to bail on the start, going to driver’s left and missing the chicane.They weaved through the cones before rejoining as Douglas leads Max Garcia and 2023 USF2000 champion Simon Sikes through Turn 1. Could quite catch the car numbers and the field would go yellow after a couple of corners as Schrage car stopped again on the back stretch.

Under the yellow, the order was Douglas, Garcia, Sikes, Clark, Papasavvas, Johnson, Garciarce, Ho, Hughes, Corry, Morey, Max Taylor, Cox, Scully, Jamieson, Fecury, Etter, Dobson, Schrage.

On the restart, Mac Clark and Max Garcia get together on the far inside (driver’s right) under braking for Turn 1. Garcia looked to have gotten clipped as they moved back to the left to get the proper angle on the corner and he goes spinning across the track. He winds up in run off and back lightly in to the wall, picking up some rear wing damage.

Garcia is able to continue for the moment and we will stay green. Later we hear from race control that they will further review the incident between Clark and Garcia after the race.

On Lap 6, Douglas was leading Sikes by 0.45, with Clark, Johnson, Papasavvas, Garciarce, Ho, Hughes, Taylor and Cox rounding out the Top 10.

Sam Corry came down pit lane on Lap 7, dropping to 17th, but rejoining the race.

Lap 16 and Douglas continues to lead Sikes by 0.39 as they’ve put a gap on third place Mac Clark who is 3.1 back with Nikita Johnson 0.4 behind him. Papassavas is still fifth.

On Lap 18, Elliot Cox moves by Max Taylor for the 8th position.

Lap 20, Douglas has expanded his lead to 1.6 over Sikes with the battle looking to be for the final step on the podium.

Carson Etter gets by Gordon Scully for 11th to at the completion of Lap 24 and on the final circuit, we see Nikita Johnson pass Mac Clark for 3rd.

But, up front, Jacob Douglas takes the win by 0.3785 over Simon Sikes, with Johnson joining them on the podium. Clark and Papasavvas will round out the Top 5. They will be followed by Garciarce, Ho, Cox, Taylor and Morey is 10th.

Etter, Scully, Hughes, Jameison (passed Fecury on final lap for 14th). Dobson, Corry, Garcia and Schrage complete the field.

This is Douglas second win of his career, and second in a row.

Big movers in the race are Elliot Cox from 15th to 8th and Carson Etter from 18th to 11th.

USF 2000 presented by Cooper Tires Portland Race #2 UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

PosCar #DriverLapsDiffSTTeam
123Jacob Douglas25LAP 251Pabst Racing
222Simon Sikes250.37852Pabst Racing
317Nikita Johnson255.33767VRD Racing
41Mac Clark255.71886DEForce Racing
56Evagoras Papasavvas255.885Jay Howard Driver Development
610Jorge Garciarce2516.459710DEForce Racing
768Ethan Ho2519.28919DC Autosport
867Elliot Cox2522.059215Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Development
933Max Taylor2523.543712VRD Racing
107Al Morey2524.311513Jay Howard Driver Development
1157Carson Etter2536.127318DC Autosport
1219Gordon Scully2536.927117VRD Racing
138Lochie Hughes2538.731311Jay Howard Driver Development
1412Maxwell Jamieson2543.223314DEForce Racing
1511Lucas Fecury2543.502616DEForce Racing
169Ava Dobson2571.430419Jay Howard Driver Development
1714Sam Corry241 LAPS8VRD Racing
1824Max Garcia178 LAPS3Pabst Racing
1990Thomas Schrage‑‑‑Mechanical4Exclusive Autosport

Quick USF2000 Portland Race #1 Notes and Results

By Patrick Stephan

The USF2000 presented by Cooper Tires Race #1 in Portland looked like it would get off to a clean start with most of the field making it through Turn 1. A couple drivers would have to short cut the chicane, but would rejoin.

At Turn 3 though, we had an incident with Ethan Ho going off the track with contact. Also involved were Sam Corry and Jorge Garciarce who would lose a lap and then two making repairs.

Corry also lost a lap due to the incident.

When the green waved again, pole sitter Jacob Douglas again led the field in to Turn 1, followed by championship leader and teammate Simon Sikes.

The Sarah Fisher Hartman crew was able to get #67 for Elliot Cox repaired just in time for the race, and he took the start with less than a lap track time this weekend.

On Lap 9, Max Garcia got the short end of a side by side battle with Thomas Schrage, going on to the access road outside Turn 11. He would rejoin, but at the end of the line.

Douglas was still leading by 0.4992 over Sikes (who wins the title finishing in 2nd), with Evagoras Papasavvas third, then Mac Clark and Nikita Johnson.

Lochie Hughes passes Thomas Schrage on Lap 12 for the 6th spot. Max Taylor is 8th, then Al Morey and Maxwell Jamieson is 10th. Eliott Cox is up to 11th from his 19th starting spot.

The next biggest mover of the race at this point is Max Taylor who is 8th from 14th and Al Morey to 9th from 15th.

The yellow came out on Lap 14, due to debris on the back stretch. Once picked up by the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team, we were able to get back to green.

We had heard Race Control say the #90 of Thomas Schrage was to be black flagged, and he would report to pit lane as the field came down to take the green at the end of Lap 16. Not sure why he was black flagged, but that’s why he gave up that 6th spot at the time.

One lap after getting back to green, Evagoras Papasavvas is able to pass Simon Sikes for the 2nd spot.

The next lap Johnson and Hughes pass Mac Clark dropping him to 6th as they advance to 4th and 5th respectively.

Further back Lucas Fecury has an issue and loses the 12th spot to Carson Etter and Max Taylor also moved through to the 13th spot.

Max Garcia passes Al Morey for 7th on Lap 20 of this 25 lap race.

Other passes in the field we caught, Elliot Cox passed Maxwell Jamieson on Lap 22 to take the 10th spot.

Max Garcia had dropped to I believe 15th, and by Lap 23 was back to 7th, and then on Lap 24, Mac Clark would go off, allowing Garcia and Morey to move forward. That puts Garcia 6th now.

Max Taylor got a spot back, passing Jamieson for 11th as they entered the final circuit.

At the checkered flag, Jacob Douglas picks up his first career USF 2000 victory, while his teammate Simon Sikes picks up the championship with his 3rd place finish.

Evagoras Papasavvas wins the finishes 2nd, just 0.5286 back.

An incident at the final corner dropped Maxwell Jamieson to 14th.

Nikita Johnson finishes 4th and will quickly go find his USF Pro 2000 machine as that field is ready to roll out for their race. Johnson starts 2nd in that event.

Sikes championship comes after running partial seasons in 2020, 2021 and 2022. Not having the budget to complete those seasons, Sikes secures the USF2000 championship in his 42nd series start. This season Sikes scored wins at some of the sports most iconic circuits. He won Sebring 2, Indy 2, Road America 1, Mid-Ohio 3 and Toronto 1.

Race winner Jacob Douglas thanks his family back in New Zealand for all their support that got him his first USF 2000 victory in his 33rd start.

We will be back with more details this evening. Going straight to the USF Pro 2000 race now:

NOTE: The results below are VERY unofficial. The incident we didn’t see on the final lap showed Lucas Fecury moving up and Ava Dobson moving back. There was also a delay to get Turn 12 cleaned up by the safety team, unfortunately we couldn’t see the incident and will work to get more details this evening.

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS: USF2000 by Cooper Tires Race #1 Results

PosCar #DriverLaps
123Jacob Douglas25
26Evagoras Papasavvas25
322Simon Sikes25
417Nikita Johnson25
58Lochie Hughes25
624Max Garcia25
77Al Morey25
81Mac Clark25
919Gordon Scully25
1067Elliot Cox25
1133Max Taylor25
1211Lucas Fecury25
13 9Ava Dobson24
1412Maxwell Jamieson24
1557Carson Etter24
1614Sam Corry24
1710Jorge Garciarce23
1890Thomas Schrage15
1968Ethan Ho‑‑‑

USF 2000 Presented by Cooper Tires Portland Qualifying Results

By Patrick Stephan

Jacob Douglas led a Pabst Racing sweep of the Top 3 spots in USF 2000 qualifying at Portland International Raceway. Scoring his first career USF2000 Presented by Cooper Tires pole, the 18 year old from Christchurch, New Zealand (now residing in Indianapolis), posted a best lap of 1:12.2536. Just 0.2891 back was Max Garcia with championship leader Simon Sikes timing in 3rd quick.

Jacob Douglas (shown here in Toronto) won the pole for Portland Race #1 in USF2000. Photo Credit: Gavin Baker Photography

Douglas previous best qualifying was 2nd this year at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course, also a relatively flat circuit like Portland.

Nikita Johnson, running both the USF 2000 and USF Pro 2000 races this weekend timed in 7th.

Max Taylor in the #33 will be penalized 2 grid spots for violating Rule 8.5.7 – which I believe means he continued after the checkered flag.

Elliot Cox did not participate in the session as the crash he had to start practice reportedly damaged three corners of that car, requiring extensive repairs.

USF 2000 Presented by Cooper Tires Portland Qualifying Results:

PosCar #DriverBest TimeDiffBest LapTotal LapsTeam
123Jacob Douglas1:12.25361:12.25361115Pabst Racing
224Max Garcia1:12.54270.28911315Pabst Racing
322Simon Sikes1:12.56090.30731315Pabst Racing
490Thomas Schrage1:12.85020.59661214Exclusive Autosport
56Evagoras Papasavvas1:12.87960.626913Jay Howard Driver Development
61Mac Clark1:12.95240.6988414DEForce Racing
717Nikita Johnson1:12.99890.74531113VRD Racing
814Sam Corry1:13.00800.75441113VRD Racing
98Lochie Hughes1:13.06340.8098413Jay Howard Driver Development
1068Ethan Ho1:13.06620.81261213DC Autosport
1110Jorge Garciarce1:13.09140.83781114DEForce Racing
1233Max Taylor1:13.28161.028813VRD Racing
1311Lucas Fecury1:13.60911.35551113DEForce Racing
1412Maxwell Jamieson1:13.72761.4741212DEForce Racing
157Al Morey1:14.04101.7874512Jay Howard Driver Development
1619Gordon Scully1:14.24141.9878912VRD Racing
1757Carson Etter1:14.28892.03531415DC Autosport
189Ava Dobson1:16.39704.14341315Jay Howard Driver Development
1967Elliot CoxNo Time‑‑‑‑‑‑‑‑Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Development

Portland USF2000 Practice #1 Results, Stats and Notes

By Patrick Stephan

Good morning and welcome to Portland International Raceway for the final weekend of the USF Pro Championships presented by Cooper Tires.

Both USF2000 and USF Pro 2000 ran test sessions yesterday ahead of their triple header’s to decide the 2023 champions (and scholarship winners).

We’ll get caught up with the USF2000 notes first, then jump over to USF Pro 2000. I will note, with such a busy weekend and 4 series to cover (NTT INDYCAR, INDY NXT,, USF 2000 and USF Pro 2000, it will be a little tough to watch every session for every series, so please forgive us if we don’t have all the details immediately – though of course actual races will take priority and we should be able to cover those appropriately.

Yesterday afternoon’s first test session for USF2000 presented by Cooper Tires was led Max Taylor (1:29.7570), Mac Clark and Nikita Johnson. Run in wet conditions, the session had three red flags:

Red Flag at: 12:06:44.117 Contact: Car 8 (Lochie Hughes) in Turn 11
Red Flag at: 12:25:38.950 Contact: Car 9 (Ava Dobson) in Turn 8
Red Flag at: 12:42:18.033 Contact: Car 6 (Evagoras Papasavvas) in Turn 4

The second session was paced by Thomas Schrage (1:20.2718), Jorge Garciarce and Ethan Ho. Per series notes, Schrage brought out the red flag with contact in Turn 4 in that session.

Coming in to the weekend, Simon Sikes leads Lochie Hughes by 69 points for the title and the scholarship to advance to USF Pro 2000 in 2024. Nikita Johnson is 3rd, just 10 points further back.

Full Time Sheets and the point standings are below, but it’s notable that this is a 3 race weekend, so it’s possible, although highly unlikely Hughes could close that 69 point gap. Race winners receive 30 points, with 2nd getting 25, then 22, dropping predictably down to a single point for 20th. There is a bonus point available for pole position, most laps led and fastest race lap.

Basically any reasonable finish is likely to lock the title up for Sikes, even if Hughes can run the table in all three races.

And that brings up to today’s first practice session held at 9:00am on a cool, perhaps in places damp track under hazy skies here in Portland.

Jacob Douglas and his Pabst Racing teammate Max Garcia were quickest in the session with the leader turning a 1:12.5309. As noted, I wasn’t able to watch the entire session, but I did learn that Elliot Cox would go off the track at Turn 11 and make impact with the tire barrier. Cox didn’t turn any laps in yesterday’s test sessions (according to the time sheets – I was in transit personally), so it’ll be up to the Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Development crew to get him back on track and ready for the qualifying session from 11:15-11:45 Pacific Time.

Point leader Simon Sikes was 12th quick, with his closest rival Hughes 7th.

USF2000 Portland Practice #1 Results:

PosCar #DriverBest TimeDiffBest LapTotal LapsBest LapTeam
123Jacob Douglas1:12.53091:12.5309181918Pabst Racing
224Max Garcia1:12.84730.3164171817Pabst Racing
36Evagoras Papasavvas1:12.94390.413101810Jay Howard Driver Development
41Mac Clark1:12.97830.4474151515DEForce Racing
533Max Taylor1:13.21260.6817151715VRD Racing
610Jorge Garciarce1:13.23620.7053131613DEForce Racing
78Lochie Hughes1:13.28350.7526171917Jay Howard Driver Development
890Thomas Schrage1:13.60251.0716151715Exclusive Autosport
968Ethan Ho1:13.75141.2205161716DC Autosport
1012Maxwell Jamieson1:13.78981.2589171717DEForce Racing
117Al Morey1:13.83491.304172017Jay Howard Driver Development
1222Simon Sikes1:13.93131.40049109Pabst Racing
1311Lucas Fecury1:14.42291.892191919DEForce Racing
1414Sam Corry1:14.53922.0083171717VRD Racing
1519Gordon Scully1:14.60292.072191919VRD Racing
1657Carson Etter1:14.78172.2508181918DC Autosport
179Ava Dobson1:16.59574.0648181918Jay Howard Driver Development
1817Nikita JohnsonNo Time‑‑‑‑‑‑‑‑‑‑VRD Racing
1967Elliot CoxNo Time‑‑‑‑‑‑‑‑‑‑Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Development

USF2000 Presented by Cooper Tires Point Standings Entering Portland

1Simon Sikes368
2Lochie Hughes – R299
3Nikita Johnson289
4Mac Clark – R274
5Evagoras Papasavvas265
6Chase Gardner – R193
7Sam Corry – R191
8Jorge Garciarce186
9Max Garcia – R172
10Jacob Douglas158
11Danny Dyszelski141
12Al Morey – R139
13Elliot Cox – R112
14Ethan Ho – R111
15Gordon Scully – R106
16Maxwell Jamieson – R104
17Avery Towns – R101
18Zack Ping – R60
19Max Taylor – R51
20Nico Christodoulou – R48
21Logan Adams – R40
22Joey Brienza – R37
23Thomas Schrage – R31
24Trey Burke29
25Nicholas d’Orlando23
26Louka St-Jean – R22
27Brady Golan – R21
28Jack Jeffers – R19
29Lucas Mann – R17
30Carson Etter – R17
31Andre Castro13
32Dane Scott – R12


USF2000 Portland Thursday Test Session #1

PosNo.DriverTeamBest TimeDiff.GapBest SpeedIn LapLaps
133Max TaylorVRD Racing1:29.7570  78.7731718
21Mac ClarkDEForce Racing1:29.80510.0480.048178.7301314
317Nikita JohnsonVRD Racing1:30.31900.5620.513978.2831818
419Gordon ScullyVRD Racing1:31.11571.3590.796777.5982020
514Sam CorryVRD Racing1:31.42841.6710.312777.3332020
66Evagoras PapasavvasJay Howard Driver Development1:31.55491.7980.126577.2261112
710Jorge GarciarceDEForce Racing1:31.89782.1410.342976.9381213
868Ethan HoDC Autosport1:32.12432.3670.226576.7481718
97Al MoreyJay Howard Driver Development1:32.46662.7100.342376.4641112
1090Thomas SchrageExclusive Autosport1:32.83973.0830.373176.1571617
1111Lucas FecuryDEForce Racing1:33.53733.7800.697675.5891313
128Lochie HughesJay Howard Driver Development1:34.01094.2540.473675.20823
1312Maxwell JamiesonDEForce Racing1:36.70696.9502.69673.112611
149Ava DobsonJay Howard Driver Development1:40.682810.9263.975970.22556
1557Carson EtterDC Autosport1:48.140218.3837.457465.38214
1622Simon SikesPabst RacingNo Time-.—--.—-No Speed00
1723Jacob DouglasPabst RacingNo Time-.—--.—-No Speed00
1824Max GarciaPabst RacingNo Time-.—--.—-No Speed00
1967Elliot CoxSarah Fisher Hartman Racing Dev.No Time-.—--.—-No Speed00

USF2000 Portland Thursday Test Session #2

PosNo.DriverTeamBest TimeDiff.GapBest SpeedIn LapLaps
190Thomas SchrageExclusive Autosport1:20.2718-.—--.—-88.0812526
210Jorge GarciarceDEForce Racing1:20.96840.69660.696687.3232124
368Ethan HoDC Autosport1:21.25470.98290.286387.0152627
411Lucas FecuryDEForce Racing1:21.50281.23100.248186.7502626
512Maxwell JamiesonDEForce Racing1:21.79281.52100.290086.4432425
633Max TaylorVRD Racing1:22.50292.23110.710185.6991213
717Nikita JohnsonVRD Racing1:22.59332.32150.090485.60567
814Sam CorryVRD Racing1:23.01762.74580.424385.1671213
919Gordon ScullyVRD Racing1:23.38393.11210.366384.7931516
1057Carson EtterDC Autosport1:23.52173.24990.137884.6532425
1124Max GarciaPabst Racing1:24.08693.81510.565284.08499
1223Jacob DouglasPabst Racing1:24.49294.22110.406083.680910
1322Simon SikesPabst Racing1:25.17434.90250.681483.0111011
141Mac ClarkDEForce RacingNo Time-.—--.—-No Speed00
156Evagoras PapasavvasJay Howard Driver DevelopmentNo Time-.—--.—-No Speed00
167Al MoreyJay Howard Driver DevelopmentNo Time-.—--.—-No Speed00
178Lochie HughesJay Howard Driver DevelopmentNo Time-.—--.—-No Speed00
189Ava DobsonJay Howard Driver DevelopmentNo Time-.—--.—-No Speed00
1967Elliot CoxSarah Fisher Hartman Racing Dev.No Time-.—--.—-No Speed00

USF2000 Toronto Race #2 Notes and Results

By Patrick Stephan

After running in damp to dry conditions Toronto Race #1 yesterday, the USF2000 presented by Cooper Tires driver’s again encountered a wet track at 8:10am for Race #2.

With the Ambient Temperature at just 69F, the Track 73F, and the humidity at 93% chances of the track to dry out today were slim. The mist had stopped just before the scheduled green flag but the track was very wet from the overnight rain, so USF officials had the cars run an extra pace lap with all cars running on the Cooper wet weather tires.

The clock and lap count would start as drivers continued warming tires and driving some of the water off the course. Nikita Johnson then spun between Turn 4 and 5 and would stop without hitting anything. He was actually going straight when the car snapped to the left, indicating perhaps a half shaft or other issue caused the spin.

The AMR INDYCAR Safety Team would have to push his car to the run-off area putting the second running driver in the championship out of the race without completing a lap.

The race would go green at the end of Lap 3, with Papasavvas going to the extreme left side, scraping the wall as he went through the braking zone and in to the run off area. Chase Gardner tried to make the corner but wound up on the outside and in to tire barrier.

Both would eventually be able to continue and rejoin the race.

At the exit of Turn 3, both Al Morey and Logan would spin at the exit of Turn 3.

Max Garcia, who hit the wall in qualifying for the race and started 18th was aggressively taking advantage of the conditions to get to 10th on Lap 5.

Preceding him were leader Sikes, then Christodoulou, Douglas, Clark, Hughes, Corry, Cox, Scully, and Garciarce.

Cox in 7th had started 12th and is need of a clean race after too much drama (most not of his doing) in the past few race weekends.

Clark moved by Douglas for third on Lap 7, with Hughes also getting by, sending Clark to 5th.

By Lap 8, Garcia was up to 5th, and Cox to 6th as the field settled in. While the level of spray was diminished, the track was still wet all the way around with no real “dry” line having formed yet.

The 14 year old Garcia would pass Hughes for 4th on Lap 9.

Sikes lead over Christodoulou would be just 0.8 seconds on Lap 11. Coming back from his Turn 1 incident, Evagoras Papasavvas was back in to the field and up to 11th.

On the 13th lap, Christodoulou was still chasing Sikes and was just 0.4 back.

Sikes would give up the lead on Lap 16 when he slid a little wide under braking at Turn 3. That allowed Christodoulou to take the lead for the first time today. A few moments later, Chase Gardner caught the wall at the exit of Turn 11, bringing out the yellow flag as Sikes, Clark, Garcia, Hughes and Cox would now round out the Top 6.

The AMR INDYCAR Safety team did a great job getting the track Gardner car cleared and the green flag waved again at the end of Lap 19. Christodoulou got away clean, but it would get messy behind the Toronto native on the final lap. Garcia dove to the inside at Turn 1, with Sikes and Clark side by side through 1 and 2.

Heading down the backstraight to Turn 3, Christodoulou was three car lengths clear of Sikes when Garcia tried to get inside of Clark at corner entry, but had a bad angle, and on the slick track he made left front to right rear contact, sending Clark spinning. When Garcia had arrived at the corner, that actually made it 3 wide as Lochie Hughes was already trying to go around Clark.

Hughes would make it around the outside, but Garcia and the spinning Clark would slide to the outside, taking Elliot Cox with them as the track became blocked and he had no way around. All three were able to drive back around to pit lane, and Cox may not have even had any contact – a small plus after a rough weekend. But his solid 6th place run was ruined.

Christodoulou brought his car all the way around for the win, with Sikes finishing second to extend his point lead. Hughes, Garciarce, Douglas rounded out the Top 5.

This is Christodoulou’s first USF2000 win. The 18 year old is primarily racing GB3 this year with a top finish of 2nd at Silverstone, but did 5 USF2000 races in 2020.

With Christodoulou being part time driver, Sikes already large point lead (55 over Johnson entering the day) will only grow heading to the triple header finale at Portland on Labor Day weekend. We will pass along the official standings this afternoon after they are posted by USF Championships.

Nico Christodoulou in the Toronto paddock. Photo Credit: Gavin Baker Photography

USF2000 Toronto Race #2 Unofficial Results:

12Nico ChristodoulouToronto ON Canada
222Simon Sikes1.5161Atlanta GA
38Lochie Hughes2.2176Gold Coast Australia
410Jorge Garciarce3.9764Guadalajara Mexico
523Jacob Douglas4.7725Christchurch New Zealand
614Sam Corry6.1862Cornelius NC
76Evagoras Papasavvas6.3597Kirkland WA
893Avery Towns7.0079Dallas TX
97Al Morey7.5723Fortville IN
1012Maxwell Jamieson8.5308Houston TX
119Logan Adams9.1544Greenfield IN
1291Joey Brienza11.5445Denver CO
131Mac Clark14.9777Toronto ON Canada
1424Max Garcia19.2087Miami FL
1567Elliot Cox23.1517Indianapolis IN
1619Gordon Scully1 LapChicago IL
DNF95Chase GardnerDNFSherman TX
DNF17Nikita JohnsonDNFSt Petersburg FL

USF2000 Toronto Race #1 Report and Results

By Patrick Stephan

The scattered rain in the forecasts landed on the Toronto Indy race track before the USF2000 Championship Race #1, but had stopped before the green would wave…leaving us with a wet in places but quickly drying track and the temperature at 74F, with the track 86F and the humidity 87%.

Evagoras Papasavvas led the field down to the start with the grid nicely aligned until the green flag flew – when all bets off. The field fanned out 3, 4, and 5 wide but everyone made it through Turns 1 and 2. Down at Turn 3, Nikita Johnson took the lead under braking on the inside of Papasavvas.

Toward the rear of the field, Eliott Cox rough weekend got even worse as he hit the inside wall at the little kink before Turn 3. Couldn’t quite tell from replay if he got loose under braking while at the far inside of the corner, or perhaps contact from the rear…the result was a damaged right front suspension and wing. He would slide through the corner nearly getting hit again.

That would bring out the yellow with Johnson leading Papasavvas, Hughes, Garcia, Douglas, Morey, Corry, and Gardner.

With the track nearly dry, everyone behind those drivers came to pit lane under the caution to switch to the slicks. While a change to wets happens with 5 minute reds, they can go back to slicks on their own, though teams are limited to the pit equipment allowed and they get just 3 crew members to do the tire change, so the key here is to get it done without losing a lap.

Nico Christodoulou and Mac Clark would lead the charge of the slicks when we went back to green.

Christodoulou, the first to take the slicks, was back up to fifth by Lap 8 and he was third on Lap 9 with Johnson and Papasavvas ahead.

On Lap 10 the yellow came out for Gordon Scully who hit the wall hard in Turn 11. This sent the remaining drivers on the rains to pit road, first Papasavvas and then Johnson the next lap as the gap from wets to dries was about four seconds.

Christodloulou would keep the lead for a couple laps after the green flag waved, but Sikes got around Clark and then took the lead on Lap 15.

Jorge Garciarce then brought out the yellow as he got loose through Turn 8 with the rear catching the tire barrier.

With the AMR INDYCAR Safety team quickly cleaning up the scene and the Garciarce car moved off the track hanging from a wrecker, we would get more green flag running.

The final restart came with 2 laps to run and the order Sikes, Clark, Christodoulou, Adams, Garcia, Papasavvas, Johnson, Gardner.

Max Garcia, who damaged his Pabst Racing machine during Race #2 qualifying on Saturday morning, made a strong move to the inside at Turn 3 to get from 5th to second at Turn 3. Coming out of Turn 5 we see the front wing of Papasavvas sliding across the track as things stacked up through 4 and 5.

Clark had been dropped to fifth but would get Christodoulou at Turn 1 to return to 4th. As the field came around on the final lap, Avery Towns spun off Turn 5, not hitting anything, and able to drive around to the finish.

Sikes held on for the victory, his fifth of the season. With Lochie Hughes finishing 15th, and Nikita Johnson 7th, this will stretch Sikes point lead from 40 to 55 over Johnson who now has sole possession of second as Hughes drops to third 64 back of the Sikes. That’s more than a race with just four to go as max points in a race are 33 for the USF2000 Series.

Race #2 for the USF2000 Series will kick off Sunday’s action in Toronto at 8:10am. After that, the USF2000 Series has just the triple header on Labor Day weekend at Portland to complete the season.

Toronto Race #1 Winner – Simon Sikes. Photo Credit: Gavin Baker Photography

Point Standings and Quotes courtesy Andersen Promotions:

Provisional championship points after 14 of 18 races:

1. Simon Sikes, 341

2. Nikita Johnson, 286

3. Lochie Hughes, 277

4. Mac Clark, 266

5. Evagoras Papasavvas, 251

6. Chase Gardner, 189

7. Sam Corry, 176

8. Jorge Garciarce, 167

9. Max Garcia, 166

10. Jacob Douglas, 141

Simon Sikes (#22 Big Check Race Fans/Doug Mockett & Company/ Racing Tatuus USF-22): “I don’t even know where to start! It started in wet conditions. I played it a bit too safe in the first qually (qualifying session), so I started sixth and was just trying to work my way forward to a podium. That was my end goal for this race, but we got out there and we got under this first Safety Car period and the team called me in for slick tires. I was questioning it, I didn’t know if it would work, but ultimately that was the best call anyone could have made. (Canadian race engineer) Burke Harrison did such a fantastic job. He and Augie Pabst, the whole Pabst organization made this one happen. They made the strategy call that ended up winning the race and gave me a perfect car to go execute, so huge thanks to them, and Doug Mockett for being an awesome supporter. Just really happy to take away a Pabst one-two to start off the races in Toronto.”

Max Garcia (#24 Advance Auto Parts-Pabst Racing Tatuus USF-22): “Wow, it was a really fun race. You know, started out on wets and we had decent pace on wets and then the first caution came out and I decided not to give up track position and keep it going. And then when I saw all those slick-tires guys get past us, I knew, next yellow, we had to pit. A yellow came out at Turn Eight and I boxed (pitted) immediately. I got up to fifth at the restart, I think we had two green laps, and then it went yellow again and I knew that was my chance. It was pretty crazy with the double-pass into Turn Three”.

Logan Adams (#9 JHDD/CSU One Cure/Lucas Oil Products/LHP-Jay Howard Driver Development Tatuus USF-22): “I never expected my first podium to come from 13th (on the grid), especially my second weekend in the USF car, but it was a blast. I love driving the car, I love the series, the team. Jay Howard obviously got the car dialed in. We made the smart move to go to slicks early. I wouldn’t be here without my sponsors, Comet Kart Sales and New Castle Motorsports Park, they’ve brought me to where I’m at today and I can’t thank them enough.”

USF2000 Toronto Race #1 Results:

PosCar #DriverLapsDiffTeam
122Simon Sikes20LAP 20Pabst Racing
224Max Garcia200.1833Pabst Racing
39Logan Adams201.3807Jay Howard Driver Development
41Mac Clark203.0343DEForce Racing
52Nico Christodoulou203.273VRD Racing
66Evagoras Papasavvas203.5325Jay Howard Driver Development
717Nikita Johnson204.3873VRD Racing
895Chase Gardner204.4873Exclusive Autosport
914Sam Corry209.1648VRD Racing
1012Maxwell Jamieson2014.4071DEForce Racing
1193Avery Towns2029.562Exclusive Autosport
127Al Morey191 LAPSJay Howard Driver Development
1323Jacob Douglas182 LAPSPabst Racing
1410Jorge Garciarce14ContactDEForce Racing
158Lochie Hughes10ContactJay Howard Driver Development
1619Gordon Scully10ContactVRD Racing
1767Elliot Cox‑‑‑ContactSarah Fisher Hartman Racing Development
1891Joey Brienza‑‑‑DNSExclusive Autosport
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