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Giaffone sweeps weekend – takes points lead to next round

#19 Nicolas Giaffone, DEForce Racing, OMNI, DEForce Racing

By Steve Wittich

For Nicolas Giaffone, dominance at Barber Motorsports Park was expressed by the number 11.277. That massive number is the combined margin by which the Brazillian won two Friday races.

For the second straight race, the 18-year-old scored a maximum of 33 points while leading every lap from the pole and setting the quickest race lap, giving him the points lead after the first five of sixteen races.

The Houston, Texas-based DEForce Racing has now won all four USF Juniors races held on the 2.3-mile, 17-turn natural terrain road course.

Crossing under the checkered flags behind Giaffone for the second straight race was Aussie Quinn Armstrong, giving DEForce Racing five of the six podiums at Barber Motorsports Park in 2023.

VRD Racing rookie Jimmie Lockhart gained three spots to stand on his second podium of the season.

For the second straight race, it was a pair of Brazilians – Giaffone and Fecury – that led the 15-car field to the green flag.

The first lap was clean, with Giaffone grabbing the lead and Armstrong again getting around his teammate Fecury for second. Behind the top three, the running order was Joey Brienza (Exclusive Autosport), Lockhart, Max Taylor (VRD Racing), Jack Jeffers (Exclusive Autosport), Ethan Ho (DC Autosport), Ethan Barker (VRD Racing), Erick Schotten (Exclusive Autosport), Hudson Schwartz (VRD Racing), Juan Felipe Pedraza (Ram Racing), Brady Golan (DEForce Racing), Carson Etter (DC Autosport) and Giovanni Cabrera (Exclusive Autosport).

On the second lap of the race, Lockhart moved around Brienza for fourth. That championship leader lost two more spots to finish the second race of the weekend in sixth place.

Mimicking Race #1, Armstrong was able to remain within a second of

On Lap 8, Lockhart moved by Fecury for the final spot on the podium. Behind the top four, Taylor had four drivers within two seconds of the driver in fifth.

At the halfway point of the 20-lap race, Giaffone’s lead over his teammate was 1.8 seconds, with Lockhart over six seconds back in third.

With five laps remaining, Giafforne had a comfortable 3.2-second lead over Armstrong. Behind the front two, Lockhart had not pulled away from Fecury, and Taylor was still facing pressure with Brienza, Ho and Jeffers right on his tail.

Taylor, who finished four spots ahead of his starting position, had three drivers right on his tail but held on for his second top-five finish of the season.

Cooper Tires Grand Prix Of Alabama Race #2 unofficial results

119Nicolas GiaffoneDEForce Racing20 LAPS
216Quinn ArmstrongDEForce Racing-6.556
348Jimmie LockhartVRD Racing-12.098
417Lucas FecuryDEForce Racing-13.663
533Max TaylorVRD Racing-16.093
691Joey BrienzaExclusive Autosport-16.809
768Ethan HoDC Autosport-17.555
892Jack JeffersExclusive Autosport-17.84
912Ethan BarkerVRD Racing-20.84
1090Erick SchottenExclusive Autosport-28.601
1118Brady GolanDEForce Racing-31.645
1229Hudson SchwartzVRD Racing-42.532
1355Juan Felipe PedrazaRam Racing-51.848
1457Carson EtterDC Autosport-72.42
1593Giovanni CabreraExclusive Autosport-84.594

These same teams and drivers return to action for a triple header at Virginia International Raceway on the first weekend in June.

Rowe sweeps USF Pro 2000 weekend at Sebring International Raceway

Myles Rowe shares a celebratory embrace with Pabst Racing driver coach (and current INDY NXT driver Hunter McElrea) while team owner Augie Pabst (left) and dad Wayne (right) look on (Photo credit: Gavin Baker Photography)

By Steve Wittich

One of these days, Pabst Racing w/Force Indy rookie Myles Rowe, the winner of three straight USF Pro 2000 Presented By Cooper Tires races, will make things easier on himself by qualifying on the pole.

However, with wins from fifth, second and third on the grid, it’s clear the New Yorker has the race craft to win no matter where he starts.

“Wow,” exclaimed a beaming Rowe. “It was the race of my life. Oh man, now that it’s all over and won. I’ve been trying to close out a weekend; winning all the race since I was 14. It’s been a long road to dominate a weekend. We finally did it. I’m just ecstatic. My family is ecstatic. The team is ecstatic. I couldn’t be happier.

“It was just so thrilling because it was calm, cool and collected for ten of the laps. Then a full course caution came out when I had a five-second gap, and here I am on the last lap defending three corners to make sure I could hold my spot. Luckily I kept my head down, and we did it. I couldn’t be more happy.

“I have to say a big thank you to Pabst Racing, Force Indy, Penske Entertainment, Sparco, Bell, Simcraft and NXG – this couldn’t be possible without all of them – thank you.”

Rowe’s dominant victory gives him a 42-point championship lead over Kiko Porto (DEForce Racing) and Francesco Pizzi (TJ Speed Motorsports) after four of 18 events in the chase for the $664,500 Discount Tire Driver Advancement Scholarship.

The New Yorker’s first double-win weekend of his short USF Pro Championships Presented By Cooper Tires career gives him nine wins, 15 podiums and 18 top-five career finishes in USF2000 and USF Pro 2000.

Rowe’s wins this weekend were the sixth and seventh visits to the USF Pro 2000 victory lane for Pabst Racing in only their fourth season of series competition.

After showing speed in his first two races, TJ Speed Motorsports driver Lirim Zendeli, who races under the Albanian flag, took home his first podium, holding off a charging Porto in the final corner to take home second place, adding his first podium in the USA to the impressive list of worldwide podiums. (ADAC – German – Formula 4 Championship, Italian F4 Championship, Formula Regional European Championship, Toyota Racing Series, and the prestigious FIA Formula 3 Championship).

“The race was tough, explained the 23-year-old. “I had a great start and could get to P3 immediately and then d’Orlando spun out. It was very tricky, the first lap. We expected to have more grip and suddenly everyone was sliding around and I just caught it out of Turn One as I was struggling as well.

“I could hold P2 but Kiko was flying. I was happy the race was over because I just didn’t have quite the pace and maybe not even the right downforce setup. We were losing a lot on the straights. I didn’t have the slipstream because Myles was just so fast. But I could see Myles struggling on the first lap and even after the safety car and I could catch up but then making a move was too risky. I wasn’t quite there so I was happy with P2.”

After a miserable Friday at Sebring International Raceway that included a mechanical issue on the pace lap and a last-place finish in the weekend’s first race, Porto rebounded nicely, gaining five spots and finishing on the podium for the third time this season and the fifth time in his last six USF Pro 2000 starts.

“The race was crazy,” said a smiling Porto after getting out of the Banco Daycoval/Petromega sponsored No. 12. “Starting P8, I had a really good start. I went on the outside of Turn One and saw I was in P5, so three cars in one corner was awesome.

“After that, the guys in front of me had a good pace. I tried to manage and not really heat the tires at the beginning of the race. After that, there were two safety cars and it was so difficult to maintain the temperature in the tires so every restart was so difficult.

“Overall, a good race. Unfortunately, I had a lot of problems yesterday and in qualifying today so we managed to get the most points possible after all the problems.”

The Brazilian’s visit to the podium was his 20th all-time in USF Pro Championships action.

When the call to fire engines came at 3:26 pm, the sun was beating down; the humidity was high with a ‘real feel’ temperature of 94F.

The scholarship colors of reigning USF2000 champion d’Orlando and rookie Francesco Pizzi (TJ Speed Motorsports) brought the field to the green flag after one pace circuit of the 3.74-mile, 17-turn Sebring International Raceway road course.

d’Orlando got a great start, but the driver starting behind him, Rowe, got an even better start, diving down the inside of d’Orlando and Pizzi, grabbing the lead on the first green lap for the second race in a row.

Myles Rowe (#99), Michael d’Orlando (#1) and Francesco Pizzi (#55) go three-wide into Turn 1 at Sebring International Raceway (Photo credit: Gavin Baker Photography)

Pizzi dropped to third after the first corner, losing another spot in Turn 7 to his TJ Speed Motorsports teammate Zendeli.

The running order at the end of the first lap was Rowe, d’Orlando, Zendelli, Pizzi, Porto, de Alba, Reece Ushijima (Jay Howard Driver Development), Jace Denmark (Pabst Racing), Joel Granfors (Exclusive Autosport)m, Jack William Miller (Miller Vinatieri Motorsports), Jordan Missig (Pabst Racing), Jackson Lee (Turn 3 Motorsport), Bijoy Garg (DEForce Racing), Jonathan Browne (Turn 3 Motorsport), Yuven Sundaramoorthy (Exclusive Autosport), Nicholas Monteiro (NeoTech Motorsport), Ricardo Escotto (Jay Howard Driver Development), Christian Weir (TJ Speed Motorsports), and Lindsay Brewer (Exclusive Autosport).

d’Orlando, who was running second to start the second lap, fell to the back of the field after having an issue in Turn 1 and having contact with Granfors in Turn 4. Race control announced that the incident involving the two cars was under review.

At the end of the second lap, Porto moved to the final spot on the podium, going around the outside of Pizzi in Sunset Bend.

With most drivers starting on used tires, off-track excursions and the dust storms they kicked up were common.

On Lap 3, Mexican d’Alba got by Porto to claim the final spot on the podium.

Porto repaid the favor on the next lap, moving back into podium position on the Ullman straight after getting a better run out of the tricky Turn 16.

At the one-third mark of the 15-lap race, Rowe’s lead over Zendelli was up to 2.2 seconds, with Porto only a second back in third. de Alba and Pizzi were fourth and fifth, with Denmark, Ushijima, and Granfors all close by.

On Lap 6, Pizzi dropped all four wheels off in Turn 1, falling down to seventh and promoting Denmark and Ushijima to fifth and sixth.

With dirty tires, Pizzi continued going the wrong way, dropping to 12th before gathering it back and moving forward.

Over the next few laps, Rowe was the quickest car on the track, and it wasn’t even close, with his best lap almost one second quicker than the second-place driver Zendelli.

The yellow flag came out at the race’s halfway point when the C4/Surge Trader/Biocide Systems-Auto Shocker, who had just made a last corner pass of Montiero, spun in Turn 5. Unfortunately, the car was high-sided on the curb and needed to be helped out by the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team.

That erased Rowe’s 4.7-second lead over Zendeli, with Porto, de Alba, Denmark, Ushijima, Granfors, Miller, Lee and Pizzi rounding out the top ten.

Rowe got a great jump with de Alba moving to the inside of Porto in Turn 1 for the final spot on the podium, but the 2021 USF2000 champion held onto that coveted position.

Further back in the field, Missig went four wheels off in Turn 1, eventually, high siding the No. 19 on the curbs in Turn 3, bringing out the second yellow of the race.

The running order under yellow on Lap 12 was Rowe, Zendelli, Porto, de Alba, Ushijima, Denmark, Granfors, Miller, Pizzi, Lee, Browne, Garg, Escotto, Weir, d’Orlando, Sundaramoorthy, Monteiro, Brewer and Missig (out of the race).

That was five different teams in the top five.

The safety team cleared Missig’s car with enough time for one lap of green flag racing to determine the winner of the fourth USF Pro 2000 race of 2023.

As Rowe got on the gas at the apex of the final corner, Zendelli moved to the inside of the long bumpy 180-degree’ Sunset Bend,’ getting a great run down to the quick left-hand Turn 1.

We’ll let the two combatants tell you the rest of the story.

From Rowe:

“Oh my gosh. I almost spun it in Turn 1 on that last lap because I didn’t get the best restart and Lirim had a run on me. I had defend all the way in the marbles on the inside going into the fast Turn 1. He popped to my outside, so I popped a little bit, but I had to brake because I was so tight and he had a little bit of a run on me, so I had to keep it tight so he wouldn’t have the inside for Turn 3.

“It was very hard to keep my foot in it because I had so much wheel in it I almost spun out on the last lap. It was a very hairy last lap because of that. I have to thank God for that becasue I really almost screwed it all up in a split second. I’m just super happy, super blessed and ready to go to the next one.”

From Zendeli

“Myles was very lucky. He went flat out, and he kept it. I thought he was going to lift because he was very close to the wall, but he kept flat out, but I still go alongside him.”

“For me, it was more like making the move to defend P2 because Kiko was behind me. There was no way to get around the outside in Turn 3, but if I slowed down, Kiko would overtake me. It was a bit of both. If I had a chance to get the lead, but then also defending P2, but it was fun, a lot of fun.”

The last lap excitement wasn’t done as de Alba, who was running fourth, had his fire extinguisher went off in Turn 13, covering his visor with foam and causing chaos as he hit the brakes. The following driver in-line, Ushijima, got through, but Denmark was collected, dropping from sixth to 17th.

Porto, who pressured Zendeli for the race’s second half, got a great run off Turn 16. Zendelli chose the inside as they came to Sunset Bend, with Porto forced to make the pass the long way around. The two drivers almost ended up in a pile as Zendeli got understeer but deftly caught it just before making contact with his rival.

The biggest winner among confusion caused by de Alba’s misfortune was Lee, who moved into fifth, his best career USF Pro Championships finish. The Hoosier’s impressive 12th to fifth place run earned him the Tilton Hard Charger Award.

Jackson Lee in the IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center sponsored No. 47 moved from his 12th starting spot to finish fifth (Photo credit: Gavin Baker Photography)

Cooper Tires USF Pro 2000 Grand Prix of Sebring Results

199Myles RowePabst Racing w/Force Indy15 LAPS
210Lirim ZendeliTJ Speed Motorsports-1.007
312Kiko PortoDEForce Racing-1.045
46Reece UshijimaJay Howard Driver Development-2.997
547Jackson LeeTurn 3 Motorsport-4.414
640Jack William MillerMiller Vinatieri Motorsports-4.663
755Francesco PizziTJ Speed Motorsports-5.126
82Jonathan BrowneTurn 3 Motorsport-5.363
992Joel GranforsExclusive Autosport-5.706
104Ricardo EscottoJay Howard Driver Development-5.957
111Michael d’OrlandoTurn 3 Motorsport-6.051
127Bijoy GargDEForce Racing-6.236
1332Christian WeirTJ Speed Motorsports-6.431
1490Yuven SundaramoorthyExclusive Autosport-6.968
1581Nicholas MonteiroNeoTech Motorsport-7.586
1691Salvador de AlbaExclusive Autosport-9.874
1720Jace DenmarkPabst Racing– 1 LAPS
1893Lindsay BrewerExclusive Autosport– 1 LAPS
1919Jordan MissigPabst Racing– 5 LAPS

The top rung of the USF Pro Championships Presented By Cooper Tires ladder will have six weeks off and return to the track on May 11 on the 2.439-mile, 14-turn road course at the iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Andersen Promotions Announces USF Juniors Presented by Cooper Tires

PALMETTO, Fla. – Andersen Promotions today announced a new series that will help drivers prepare for the highly acclaimed Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires driver development platform, a clear-cut path to the NTT INDYCAR SERIES. USF Juniors Presented by Cooper Tires will launch in 2022 offering a prize package exceeding $325,000 including a scholarship valued at more than $200,000 to advance to the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship – the first official step on the ladder to the pinnacle of U.S. motorsports.
The new series will be sanctioned by USAC with a schedule that will be announced in the next few weeks comprising six road-course race weekends, most with triple-header rounds for a total of 16-18 races. For 2022, the popular Ligier JS chassis and HPD powerplant will be utilized with long-time series engine builder Elite Engines performing all new builds and rebuilds. Cooper Tires will develop a series-specific tire for the triple-header events with two sets of tires allocated for each event weekend. Budgets are expected to be in the $120,000 to $150,000 range, and the series will be open to drivers as young as 14 years of age.
“There are numerous routes into the Road to Indy, but it has become apparent that one additional entry level step was needed,” said Dan Andersen, Owner and CEO of Andersen Promotions. “Our current first step – the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship – has become extremely more competitive from a global scale of driving talent than what used to be considered as entry level.
“Our goal with USF Juniors is to provide a true entry level series that is professionally managed where drivers, teams and parents can focus on training and racing via shorter, more economical events, while also lowering the spotlight on young drivers that often occurs on INDYCAR race weekends. Our entry level drivers will learn the skills needed for them to move onto the Road to Indy, with less pressure. The new series will be choreographed with our current programs and tremendous partnership with Cooper Tires. The feedback I have received from team owners has been nothing but positive.”
In addition to a team from Andersen Promotions’ current staff, former Indy Lights race winner and sports car talent Gustavo Yacaman will fill the role of series manager. An accomplished driver coach, Yacaman now leads the YACademy Winter Series, a highly regarded training ground for drivers looking to make the move from karts to cars. Andersen Promotions will work closely with the YACademy as a pre-season testing opportunity for USF Juniors as well as USF2000 and the Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires.
“I am really excited to get this program off the ground together with Dan Andersen,” said Yacaman. “Our successful strategies in place at the YACademy Winter Series will be brought to this new series with all the support and resources that Andersen Promotions has to offer. Huge thanks to Cooper Tires for believing in this project from Day 1. Without their support, none of this would be possible.
“We will be very focused on driver training and making sure that young drivers really learn the right way of racing an open-wheel car in a highly competitive environment.”
Current Indy Pro 2000 and USF2000 Race Directors Johnny Unser and Joel Miller will oversee race control and will work directly with USF Juniors official driver coach Gabby Chaves, the 2014 Indy Lights champion, in preparing drivers to take the next step on the ladder.
“We’re enjoying an increasing number of drivers coming to USF2000 from assorted junior programs each year, so creating this new platform will only pay dividends when it comes to properly training the young racers who want to move into the Road To Indy,” offered Rob Howden, Road to Indy Series Development Director. “The USF Juniors program will immerse these young drivers in our culture and our approach to training and race direction. I believe that this will only serve to further increase the quality of the competition in USF2000 and Indy Pro 2000 in the coming years. The drivers will learn the Road to Indy approach and atmosphere, which I believe sets us apart from other programs.”
Registration for USF Juniors Presented by Cooper Tires will open in November. The USF Juniors website can be found at and is currently in development. Social media platforms include @USFJuniors on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.


Gold, d’Orlando Claim Poles for Carb Night Classic

Reece Gold (Juncos Racing) on track at Lucas Oil Raceway Photo credit: Gavin Baker Photography/Road to Indy

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The build-up to the 105th Running of the Indianapolis 500 is set to continue tomorrow with the traditional “Carb Day” final practice session, but just a few miles west of the iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires open-wheel development drivers will be honing their own skills at the Lucas Oil Raceway oval for the Carb Night Classic – “The Race Before the 500.”
But first, as with their better known and more experienced brethren in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES, drivers on the first two rungs of the open-wheel ladder – the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship and the Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires – undertook their own single-car qualifying sessions this evening on the 0.686-mile, high-banked oval.
Reece Gold, from Miami, Fla., carried forward the speed he displayed two weeks ago at the Indianapolis Grand Prix road course by once again qualifying fastest of the Indy Pro 2000 field and thereby securing pole position for the Cooper Tires Freedom 90 for Juncos Racing. In USF2000, Michael d’Orlando, from Hartsdale, N.Y., set the pace for the Cooper Tires Freedom 75 for Cape Motorsports.
All drivers completed two qualifying laps, venturing out in the reverse order of their current championship positions, with the aggregate times determining their grid positions.

Gold on Top Again in Indy Pro 2000

Last year’s USF2000 champion, Christian Rasmussen, from Copenhagen, Denmark, had paced the field during a pair of test sessions earlier today, but when it mattered in qualifying, Gold laid down the best two laps in 41.7287 seconds, an average speed of 118.365 mph.
Gold, who finished third in last year’s USF2000 title-chase, had developed an affinity for the Lucas Oil Raceway oval while finishing second one year ago. And after sweeping all three Indy Pro 2000 poles on the road course recently, the teenager rose to the task again this evening. Now he has his eyes set on an overdue maiden victory.
“This is awesome – it’s not the big track, but it’s still great,” said Gold. “It means a lot to be on pole on an oval in Indianapolis just two days before the Indy 500. And with three poles at the grand prix, I guess there’s just something about Indianapolis. We’ve been doing really well lately and I’m really happy. The track changed a bit from practice but we made some last-minute changes to the car and it was super good for qualifying. On the out lap, you have time to get a feel for where you are with the car and from there, it’s just a matter of going as fast as you can. I’m really looking forward to the race tomorrow.”
Series points leader Braden Eves, from New Albany, Ohio, will start second tomorrow evening for the Exclusive Autosport team, with Rasmussen (Jay Howard Driver Development) and Gold’s teammate, Manuel Sulaiman, from Puebla, Mexico, on row two of the grid.
Also impressive was Ireland’s James Roe, marking his oval track debut by qualifying strongly in fifth for Turn 3 Motorsport.
The green flag for Friday’s Cooper Tires Freedom 90 is slated for 8:05 p.m. EDT. Global live streaming can be found on the Road to Indy TV App and at RoadToIndy.TV and

Michael d’Orlando on track at the Lucas Oil Raceway Photo credit: Gavin Baker Photography/Road to Indy

First Pole for d’Orlando

There have been mixed emotions so far this season for d’Orlando. Last time out on the road course he was disappointed to qualify mid-pack, only to post three spectacular charges to notch a trio of top-four finishes and vault himself into championship contention. The youngster will have rather less to do tomorrow after securing his first-ever pole position, although he still faces the significant challenge of holding off the remainder of a stacked 24-car field for 75 laps.
“I am so happy – I never thought my first series pole would come on an oval,” exclaimed d’Orlando. “I knew we had some work to do after the first test session; we made some improvements to the car and to my driving and we were much quicker in the second session. At that moment, I knew I had the pace, since my quickest times were at the end of the session when the tires were falling off. It was an interesting qualifying, with gusty winds. You could go hard into Turn One because you were into the wind, but you lost the aero in Turn Two, so you really had to drive to what the wind was doing – and I guess I did! I kind of surprised myself, running two laps at a 22.5, but I’m super proud of the job the team and I did and I’m really looking forward to tomorrow.”
Prescott Campbell (DEForce Racing), from Newport Beach, Calif., will start second with Pabst Racing teammates Josh Pierson, from Wilsonville, Ore., and top rookie qualifier Jace Denmark , from Scottsdale, Ariz., sharing row two.
Christian Brooks (Exclusive Autosport), from Santa Clarita, Calif., and Kiko Porto (DEForce Racing), from Recife, Brazil, will start fifth and sixth, with championship leader Yuven Sundaramoorthy (Pabst Racing), from Delafield, Wis., down in eighth behind Englishman Matt Round-Garrido (Exclusive Autosport).
The Cooper Tires Freedom 75 is set to kick off an intense evening of racing tomorrow at 7:05 p.m. Global live streaming can be found on the Road to Indy TV App and at RoadToIndy.TV and

Veteran Manuel Sulaiman and Braden Eves set the tone in first Indy Pro 2000 test as Barber Motorsports Park

Manuel Sulaiman, in the Telcel/Infinitum/WBC/Inteligentus/Anahuac sponsored Juncos Racing No.22 topped the first test session of the Barber Motorsports Park race weekend – Photo credit: Gavin Baker Photography/Road to Indy

By Steve Wittich

Don’t forget to read our extensive Indy Pro 2000 team and driver preview here —> Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires – Part #3 – team and driver previews

Unlike the first USF2000 test session, Thursday morning’s Indy Pro 2000 session was reasonably well attended.

All 17 drivers completed numerous laps of the 2.3-mile, 17-turn Barber Motorsports Park natural terrain road course during the 60-minutes of testing. All told, the field completed 784.3 miles of testing. The RP Motorsport rookie duo of Enzo Fittipaldi and Enaam Ahmed were the busiest, completing 32 and 28 laps.

Not surprisingly, it was a pair of veteran championship contenders that made a solid first impression. Indy Pro 2000 race winners in 2020, Manuel Sulaiman (Juncos Racing) and Braden Eves (Exclusive Autosport), were separated by a scant 0.0148 seconds at the top of the timesheet. Sulaiman’s best lap was timed at 77.2680 seconds.

Like the five spring training sessions at Barber Motorsports Park, the driver’s best lap times were ridiculously close. The top five – Sulaiman, Eves, Kyffin Simpson (Juncos Racing), Reece Gold (Juncos Racing), and Fittipaldi – were covered by a scant two-tenths of a second. Less than a half-a-second covered the top nine, and all 17 drivers were within 1.2 seconds of the top spot.

Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires test session #1 at Barber Motorsports Park – April 15, 2021

1 22 Manuel Sulaiman Juncos Racing 1:17.2680 0.000 19
2 91 Braden Eves Exclusive Autosport 1:17.2828 0.0148 23
3 21 Kyffin Simpson Juncos Racing 1:17.3916 0.1236 19
4 55 Reece Gold Juncos Racing 1:17.4583 0.1903 19
5 74 Enzo Fittipaldi RP Motorsport USA 1:17.4635 0.1955 32
6 7 Cameron Shields DEForce Racing 1:17.5463 0.2783 12
7 18 Hunter McElrea Pabst Racing 1:17.5917 0.3237 22
8 42 Artem Petrov Exclusive Autosport 1:17.6407 0.3727 26
9 1 Christian Rasmussen Jay Howard Driver Development 1:17.6483 0.3803 13
10 77 Enaam Ahmed RP Motorsport USA 1:17.9466 0.6786 28
11 27 Colin Kaminsky Pabst Racing 1:18.1298 0.8618 17
12 51 Jacob Abel Abel Motorsports 1:18.2127 0.9447 24
13 11 Hunter Yeany Velocity Racing Development 1:18.2285 0.9605 14
14 5 Wyatt Brichacek Jay Howard Driver Development 1:18.3030 1.0350 11
15 20 Flinn Lazier Legacy Autosport 1:18.3471 1.0791 22
16 3 James Roe Turn 3 Motorsport 1:18.3996 1.1316 17
17 40 Jack William Miller Miller Vinatieri Motorsports 1:18.4956 1.2276 23

Brooks leads veteran dominated USF2000 test session #3

Christian Brooks behind the wheel of Hot Wheels/Chaco Flaco/Bell Helmets sponsored Exclusive Autosport No. 44 on track during spring training at Barber Motorsports Park. (Photo Courtesy Of Andersen Promotions)

By Steve Wittich

For the third straight USF2000 spring training session, the Hot Wheels/Chaco Flaco/Bell Helmets sponsored Exclusive Autosport No. 44 wheeled by Christian Brooks was the quickest of the 23 drivers.

Brooks’ best lap of 80.7981 seconds in ideal conditions was almost 1.5 seconds quicker than his test leading lap on Sunday.

Next on the timing screens were a trio, Prescott Campbell, Nolan Siegel, and Kiko Porto, of veteran DEForce Racing drivers.

Rounding out the veteran driver-dominated top five was Pabst Racing sophomore Josh Pierson.

The quickest rookie was Pierson’s teammate Jace Denmark.

The top 16 drivers were within a second of Brooks, and 20 of the 23 pilots are below the track record of 83.009 seconds set by Michael Epps in 2014.

Matching the two sessions on Easter Sunday, the early leader in the session was Brooks. The Exclusive Autosport sophomore took advantage of the cool weather and only took four laps to eclipse his fastest lap from the first day of spring training, turning a lap at 82.1106 seconds.

With just under 15 minutes expired in the one-hour session, a pair of Pabst Racing drivers jumped to the top of the timesheet. First, it was veteran Yuven Sundaramoorthy, who was followed by Jace Denmark.

It didn’t take long for Brooks to jump back to the top of the timing screens. The Californian was the first driver to crack into the 81-second range. The rest of the top five at the one-quarter pole were Siegel (DEForce Racing), Josh Pierson (Pabst Racing), Kiko Porto (DEForce Racing), and Bijoy Garg (Jay Howard Driver Development).

A pair of rookies, Thomas Nepveu (Cape Motorsports) and Kent Vaccaro (Miller Vinatieri Motorsports), were the only drivers that had not yet turned a lap.

Siegel was the next driver to jump to the top of the timing screens. The 16-year-old driving for DEForce Racing clocked in at 81.1966 seconds on his fourth lap of the morning.

DEForce Racing sophomore Prescott Campbell was the next driver to jump to the pointiest portion of the timing sheets, becoming the first driver to turn a lap below 81 seconds.

At the halfway point of the session, Campbell’s time was still the best, and the Californian was the only driver with a lap under 81 seconds. He was joined in the top ten by Brooks, Siegel, Porto, Josh Green (Turn 3 Motorsport), Michael d’Orlando (Cape Motorsports), Grant Palmer (Exclusive Autosport), Spike Kohlbecker (Cape Motorsports), Dylan Christie (Turn 3 Motorsport), Josh Pierson (Pabst Racing).

For the next fifteen minutes, many drivers continued to get quicker, including Kohlbecker, Palmer, Rowe, Jackson Lee (Jay Howard Driver Development), and Brooks, the second driver to break into the 80-second laps.

With fifteen left in the session, 19 of the 23 drivers were within 1.1 seconds of Campbell’s quickest lap.

Behind Campbell, Brooks, and Siegel at the top of the timing screens, times continued to fall, with Denmark, Sundaramoorthy, Pierson, Billy Frazer (Exclusive Autosport), and Myles Rowe (Force Indy) all jumping into the top ten within a half-second of Campbell.

Brooks found himself in a familiar position atop the timing screen with just under ten minutes remaining when he turned a lap timed at 80.7981 seconds.

With 54 minutes of the session expired, the first red flag of the morning session came out for three minutes before the track went back to green, allowing the drivers one more chance to set a lap time.

The 22 drivers that took to the Barber Motorsports Park road course completed 587 laps of running. Rookies Denmark and Burke were the busiest drivers, each completing 34 circuits, but they weren’t alone in getting the miles. Eight drivers completed 30 or more laps.

The only driver to not turn a lap was Cape Motorsports rookie Thomas Nepveu, who had electrical issues with the No. 2 Cape Motorsports machine.

Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship spring training at Barber Motorsports Park test session #3 timesheet.

1 44 Christian Brooks Exclusive Autosport 1:20.7981 0.000 28
2 11 Prescott Campbell DEForce Racing 1:20.9386 0.1405 22
3 10 Nolan Siegel DEForce Racing 1:21.0929 0.2948 18
4 12 Kiko Porto DEForce Racing 1:21.3141 0.5160 23
5 24 Josh Pierson Pabst Racing 1:21.3248 0.5267 33
6 23 Jace Denmark Pabst Racing 1:21.3891 0.5910 34
7 22 Yuven Sundaramoorthy Pabst Racing 1:21.4300 0.6319 33
8 91 Billy Frazer Exclusive Autosport 1:21.4547 0.6566 28
9 99 Myles Rowe Force Indy 1:21.4773 0.6792 32
10 5 Spike Kohlbecker Cape Motorsports 1:21.4872 0.6891 33
11 33 Josh Green Turn 3 Motorsport 1:21.4896 0.6915 25
12 4 Michael d’Orlando Cape Motorsports 1:21.5406 0.7425 32
13 90 Grant Palmer Exclusive Autosport 1:21.5410 0.7429 29
14 34 Dylan Christie Turn 3 Motorsport 1:21.5938 0.7957 27
15 6 Bijoy Garg Jay Howard Driver Development 1:21.7041 0.9060 24
16 1 Ely Navarro DEForce Racing 1:21.7234 0.9253 25
17 9 Peter Vodanovich Jay Howard Driver Development 1:21.9157 1.1176 25
18 8 Jackson Lee Jay Howard Driver Development 1:22.0041 1.2060 23
19 3 Evan Stamer Cape Motorsports 1:22.0362 1.2381 30
20 29 Erik Evans Velocity Racing Development 1:22.4156 1.6175 14
21 16 Kent Vaccaro Miller Vinatieri Motorsports 1:23.1678 2.3697 15
22 63 Trey Burke Joe Dooling Autosports 1:23.6030 2.8049 34
23 2 Thomas Nepveu Cape Motorsports No Time

Look for these same cars and drivers at 10:50 am (central) for their fourth test session of spring training.

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Jay Howard Driver Development rookie Wyatt Brichacek leads tight field of Indy Pro 2000 racers in spring training

The technicians for Cooper Tire busy at work during Road To Indy Presented by Cooper Tires spring training at Barber Motorsports Park (Photo Courtesy Of Andersen Promotions)

By Steve Wittich

Mirroring USF2000, the second Indy Pro 2000 session was led by Jay Howard Driver Development rookie Wyatt Brichacek. The 20-year-old also led the first Indy Pro 2000 session of spring training.

Slotting in just behind Brichacek was Turn 3 Motorsport rookie James Roe, who was joined in the top five by Christian Rasmussen (Jay Howard Driver Development), Hunter McElrea (Pabst Racing), and Cameron Shields (DEForce Racing).

Much like the first Indy Pro 2000 session, the top 15 pilots were within one second of Brichacek’s No. 5 PM-18.

With 15 of the 60-minutes allotted for the second Indy Pro 2000 session completed, only 11 of the 17 drivers had turned a lap.

One of those was Enaam Ahmed, who ran afoul of race control immediately after the first session, was forced to sit the first ten minutes of the second session as punishment. The RP Motorsport driver recovered nicely to end his first day in an Indy Pro 2000 car less than four-tenths-of-a-second behind Brichacek.

At that point of the session, the leader was Juncos Racing rookie Gold, with a lap timed at 78.0225 seconds. He was followed immediately by his teammates Manuel Sulaiman and Kyffin Simpson, who were both within three-tenths-of-a-second of the No. 55.

After an early flurry of quick laps, the drivers settled into a rhythm, with only first session leader Wyatt Brichacek making a move. The Jay Howard Driver Development rookie put in a lap that was only five-hundredths of a second behind Gold.

Other drivers to turn their quickest in a couple of minutes before the 30-minute point of the session were Hunter McElrea (Pabst Racing), Cameron Shields (DEForce Racing), James Roe (Turn 3 Motorsport), and Jacob Abel (Abel Motorsport).

Times started to fall during the final fifteen minutes of the session, with McElrea, Shields, and finally Brichacek jumping to the top of the timesheet.

Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires spring training at Barber Motorsports Park test session #2 timesheet.

1 5 Wyatt Brichacek Jay Howard Driver Development 1:17.3432 26
2 3 James Roe Turn 3 Motorsport 1:17.5966 0.2534 21
3 1 Christian Rasmussen Jay Howard Driver Development 1:17.6287 0.2855 26
4 18 Hunter McElrea Pabst Racing 1:17.6317 0.2885 24
5 7 Cameron Shields DEForce Racing 1:17.6603 0.3171 25
6 77 Enaam Ahmed RP Motorsport USA 1:17.7393 0.3961 24
7 11 Hunter Yeany Velocity Racing Development 1:17.8468 0.5036 24
8 55 Reece Gold Juncos Racing 1:17.8848 0.5416 27
9 27 Colin Kaminsky Pabst Racing 1:17.9078 0.5646 24
10 21 Kyffin Simpson Juncos Racing 1:17.9930 0.6498 28
11 22 Manuel Sulaiman Juncos Racing 1:18.1669 0.8237 27
12 42 Artem Petrov Exclusive Autosport 1:18.2934 0.9502 20
13 74 Enzo Fittipaldi RP Motorsport USA 1:18.3497 1.0065 30
14 91 Braden Eves Exclusive Autosport 1:18.4206 1.0774 19
15 40 Jack William Miller Miller Vinatieri Motorsports 1:18.4398 1.0966 26
16 51 Jacob Abel Abel Motorsports 1:18.4834 1.1402 32
17 20 Flinn Lazier Legacy Autosport 1:19.6739 2.3307 11

Ground-breaking USF2000 team Force Indy announce Myles Rowe as pilot of the No. 99

Myles Rowe, a 20-year-old from Atlanta, Ga., will pilot the No. 99 for Force Indy during the 2021 Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship season (Photo Courtesy of Force Indy)

By Steve Wittich

Force Indy, a new and ground-breaking Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship team, announces that Myles Rowe will pilot the team’s No. 99 USF-17 during the upcoming 2021 season.

“We vetted many deserving young men and women and chose Myles based on his ability and performance, inside and outside of the cockpit,” said Force Indy Team Principal Rod Reid. “He understands Force Indy’s mission of building a diverse team of talented individuals. He’s a great fit for the team.”

Rowe, who first developed an interest in motorsport as a four-year-old, won an impressive five of his eight Lucas Oil Formula Car Series race starts. At 20 years of age, Rowe has tested USF2000 machinery on multiple occasions, including for the first time at the Chris Griffis Memorial Test with John Cummiskey Racing.

Myles Rowe at the 2017 Chris Griffis Memorial Test (Photo Courtesy Of Andersen Promotions)

“It’s a blessing for sure. I didn’t expect to get started in open-wheel in this way. It’s definitely a once in a lifetime opportunity, and I’m very grateful for it,” explained two-time Champion Spark Plugs “Search For The Champion” grand prize winner Rowe. “I’ve been working hard for this moment; with all of the practice I’ve put in since I was 12 years old. So, when the opportunity came forth it was a relief, honestly.”

Force Indy is led by principal Rod Reid, a long time motorsports participant and leader of the NXG Youth Motorsports (NXG) initiative. The first three crew members are:

  • Derrick Morris, a native of Indianapolis, Ind., and NXG graduate, was most recently a mechanic for the Indianapolis Marion County Police Department.
  • Fellow NXG alum Stuart Winston Kelly, an Organizational Development degree holder, who builds his own drift cars.
  • Purdue University Mechanical Engineering Technology graduate Mujahid Nadeem Ali. The Montclair, New Jersey native, has been an engineer for Tesla, Fiat Chrysler, and John Deere.

You can follow Myle’s career on the following social media channels – TwitterInstagramFacebook.

You can follow Force Indy’s journey here – WebsiteTwitter InstagramFacebook.

The bottom rung of the Road To Indy Presented by Cooper Tires will be on track for an official test at Barber Motorsports Park on April 4-5, 2021, and the first race event will be held on the same 2.3-mile, 17-turn natural terrain road course from April 15-17, 2021.

Thoughts from Steve

  • It’s great to see Rowe finally get an opportunity to showcase his talent.
  • I checked with a few coaches from the Lucas Oil School Of Racing, and the thoughts were unanimous. Rowe is ‘really good’ and should excel in this opportunity.
  • The addition of Force Indy and Rowe to the Road To Indy grid is a big deal. First, opportunities for the Black community in racing have been lacking. Second, and much more pragmatically, the addition of the team and driver open up INDYCAR and racing to a whole new group of fans and sponsors.

Indy Pro 2000 race abandoned due to conditions and time constraints – will be restarted at a time TBD


Rain falling at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course (Photo Courtesy of Steve Wittich – TSO Ladder)

By Steve Wittich

Just before the 14 Indy Pro 2000 entries were about to head from the false grid to pit road, the skies opened up, and it started to pour.

The “Drivers Start Your Engines” command was delayed as track crews dispersed some standing water in Turn 2, Turn 6, and Turn 9.

Teams were informed by race control that the second Surgere Indy Pro 2000 Grand Prix of Mid-Ohio race of the weekend would be reduced from 25 laps to 20 laps (45 minutes to 35 minutes) due to the weather and the schedule constraints.

The command to fire the engines was given at 9:11 am, with all 14 Elite Engine 275hp engines firing.

The field was given two reconnaissance laps before going green.

On the first of two laps, Antoine Comeau, who was due to set 10th, spun in the keyhole. He was able to continue but was told he would need to start at the end of the field.

After the first pace lap, race control announced that the start would be single-file.

As the field came to the front straight, Danial Frost, the fifth car in line, spun. The No. 68 Turn, 3 Motorsport PM-18, didn’t hit anything, but he was forced to take the green flag from the rear oft he field.

The field was given one more lap behind the pace car, getting the green flag on Lap 3, with the clock at 28 minutes.

Pole-sitter Sulaiman wasn’t able to get wowed down headed into Turn 1, going into the gravel trap, getting stuck. Also, missing Turn 1 was DeFrancesco. Going off track before the yellow flag came out as leader Sting Ray Robb got to Turn 2 was the Pabst Racing rookies Colin Kaminsky and Hunter McElrea.

The running order as the field crossed the line to start Lap 3 was: Robb, Parker Thompson (DEForce Racing), Artem Petrov (Juncos Racing), Jacob Abel (Abel Motorsports), Moisés de la Vara (DEForce Racing), Danial Frost (Turn 3 Motorsports), Bob Kaminsky (Pabst Racing), Antoine Comeau (Turn 3 Motorsports), Charles Finelli (Fatboy Racing!), C. Kaminsky, McElrea, DeFrancesco, Sulaiman, and Enders.

After one lap circulating under yellow, the field was shown the red flag, and they came to pit road. The clock stopped with 16 laps or 21 minutes remaining in the race.

Sulaiman, DeFrancesco, McElrea, and C.Kaminsky were all able to get back on track with the help of the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team, with C. Kaminsky on the lead lap, and McElrea, DeFrancesco, and Sulaiman one lap down.

With the NTT INDYCAR® SERIES qualifying next on deck, the race was abandoned, with teams told that the race would continue at a time still to be determined. Teams were told to take their cars back to the Road To Indy paddock and not be impounded, allowing them to work their PM-18s.

The running order when the race was abandoned was:

1 2 Sting Ray Robb Pabst Racing
2 9 Parker Thompson Juncos Racing
3 42 Artem Petrov Juncos Racing
4 51 Jacob Abel Pabst Racing
5 6 Moises de la Vara Abel Motorsports
6 68 Danial Frost DEForce Racing
7 57 Bob Kaminsky Turn 3 Motorsport
8 3 Antoine Comeau DEForce Racing
9 83 Charles Finelli Pabst Racing
10 19 Colin Kaminsky FatBoy Racing
11 18 Hunter McElrea DEForce Racing
12 17 Devlin DeFrancesco Andretti Steinbrenner Autosport
13 8 Manuel Sulaiman DEForce Racing
14 7 Kory Enders DEForce Racing

Barrichello grabs his second straight win, Miller gets best finish, Brooks scores first podium

The Race #2 Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship podium on the victory podium at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Photo Courtesy Of Andersen Promotions)

By Steve Wittich

It’s been two races and two trips to victory podium at the iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway for Pabst Racing sophomore Eduardo Barrichello. But, the two wins couldn’t have been more different.

Yesterday, the second generation driver led only two laps, while today, he led all 15-laps, facing almost no pressure from his competitors.

“Yes,” said Barrichello when asked if that was his best drive so far, adding that. “It’s really hard to be in first and get a level of concentration good enough to do qual(ification) laps. It’s really, really hard. I figured that I could pull a big enough gap and be a little more comfortable at the start. We did the fastest lap of the race, so we’re really happy.”

The 18-year-old moves into second place in the championship and enters the event’s third race with a 74 point deficit. Before the event began, the gap between the race #2 winner and championship leader was 89 points.

Barrichello’s win is the third on the IMS Road Course for Pabst Racing.

Coming home in second place, his second podium in the last three races was Jack William Miller. The second-generation race made a textbook pass on championship leader Rasmussen. The podium has brought the native Hoosier into a tie for eighth on the championship table.

It was only a matter of time before Christian Brooks found himself on a Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship podium. The Exclusive Autosport rookie has finished in the top five three times before race #2.

Christian Brooks in the Hot Wheels/Chaco Flaco/Bell Helmets sponsored No. 44 from Exclusive Autosport stable on track during a podium run at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Photo Courtesy Of Andersen Promotions)

After his podium, Brooks is now only five points behind Josh Green as the highest-scoring rookie.

At 10:55 am, the voice of race control, Jim Swintal, gave the call for the drivers to start their Elite Engine prepared 2.0L. Engines.

After one pace lap, the all-Brazilian front row of Porto and Barrichello brought the 21 cars to the ‘yard of bricks’ and the green flag.

Porto got a decent start, with Barrichello dropping in behind his fellow Brazilian. From his fourth starting spot, Rasmussen also got a good start, making it four-wide going into Turn 1. It was Barrichello that was the first driver to get to Turn 2, followed by Rasmussen and Miller.

The Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship field goes four-wide into the Turn 1 braking zone at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Photo Courtesy Of Andersen Promotions)

As they got to Turn 7, Miller made a daring pass on Rasmussen to move to second place.

Pole sitter Porto fell down the running order to sixth on the chaotic opening lap.

The running order after a clean first lap was Barrichello, Miller, Rasmussen, Brooks, Reece Gold (Cape Motorsports), Porto, Nolan Siegel (Jay Howard Driver Development), Michael d’Orlando (Cape Motorsports), Max Kaeser (Jay Howard Driver Development), Yuven Sundaramoorthy (Pabst Racing), Cameron Shields (DEForce Racing), Matthew Round-Garrido (Pabst Racing), Simon Sikes (Legacy Autosport), Wyatt Brichacek (Jay Howard Driver Development), Christian Bogle (Jay Howard Driver Development), Kyle Dupell (Cape Motorsports), Josh Green (Cape Motorsports), Prescott Campbell (Exclusive Autosport), Josh Pierson (Exclusive Autosport), Bijoy Garg (Jay Howard Driver Development) and Michael Myers (Legacy Autosport).

On Lap 2, Brooks, who started sixth, was able to get by Rasmussen to grab the final spot on the podium.

Further back in the field, Garg and Dupell disagreed over space in Turn 12, with the Jay Howard Driver Development car falling to last and Dupell coming to pit road.

On Lap 4, Rasmussen, Gold, and Porto were fighting for the fourth spot, with Porto getting by Gold for fifth. Further back in the field, Gold lost places to his teammate d’Orlando and Siegel to fall to eighth.

Barrichello’s lead over Miller to start Lap 5 was 1.3 seconds, with Brooks another 1.6 seconds back.

The battling for 11th, 12th, 13th, and 14th between Kaeser, Green, Sikes, and Round-Garrido was fast and furious, with Kaeser eventually ending the race with his second top ten.

At the halfway point of the 15 lap race, Barrichello’s lead over Miller had grown to 1.6 seconds. Brooks was 1.4 seconds behind Miller and had his mirrors full of Rasmussen and Porto.

With five laps remaining, Miller has slowly started to eat into Barrichello’s lead, crossing the ‘yard of bricks’ 1.3 seconds adrift of the leader with five laps to go.

The gap remained the same as they started the next lap, with the best battle on track between Brooks and Rasmussen for the podium’s final spot.

Brooks was able to hold the position, which allowed Porto a chance to enter the fight. The pole-sitter was able to get around the championship leader in Turn 1 to move to fourth place.

With two laps remaining, Barrichello held a 1.2-second advantage over Miller. Behind Miller, Brooks, Porto, Rasmussen, Gold, and d’Orlando were nose to tail with a spot on the podium the prize.

The gap between the front two was only one second as they got the white flag.

Further back, the battle for the podium’s final spot was a train of five cars following Brooks.

Barrichello was able to hold on, crossing the ‘yard of bricks a slim 0.5 seconds ahead of Miller. Further back, Brooks held on for third, with the four drivers behind him within less than two seconds.

Cooper Tires Indy Pro 2000 Indy Grand Prix race #2 race results (unofficial)

1 22 Eduardo Barrichello Pabst Racing 15 laps
2 40 Jack William Miller Miller Vinatieri Motorsports -0.5366
3 44 Christian Brooks Exclusive Autosport -3.7237
4 12 Kiko Porto DEForce Racing -4.1313
5 6 Christian Rasmussen Jay Howard Driver Development -4.5408
6 4 Michael d’Orlando Cape Motorsports -5.0767
7 3 Reece Gold Cape Motorsports -5.7951
8 9 Nolan Siegel Jay Howard Driver Development -7.5669
9 21 Yuven Sundaramoorthy Pabst Racing -10.8909
10 41 Max Kaeser Miller Vinatieri Motorsports -14.0728
11 2 Josh Green Cape Motorsports -14.5798
12 20 Simon Sikes Legacy Autosport -15.6621
13 10 Cameron Shields DEForce Racing -18.3129
14 23 Matt Round-Garrido Pabst Racing -19.7855
15 7 Christian Bogle Jay Howard Driver Development -23.0505
16 1 Prescott Campbell Exclusive Autosport -23.4003
17 5 Wyatt Brichacek Jay Howard Driver Development -23.5578
18 16 Josh Pierson Exclusive Autosport -23.7734
19 18 Bijoy Garg Jay Howard Driver Development -30.4487
20 24 Michael Myers Legacy Autosport -42.9045
21 8 Kyle Dupell Cape Motorsports -5 LAPS

The remainder of the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship schedule

Friday, September 4, 2020
2:45pm – 3:30pm – USF2000 Race #3 (20 laps or 50 minutes)

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