F1600, F2000 and Atlantic Set for 2018 Opener

Climbing the hill at Road AtlnataSalem, NH – The F1600, F2000 and Atlantic Championship Series are set to begin with an action-packed two-day weekend at Road Atlanta, April 21-22. For Series organizer Formula Race Promotions, it marks the 13th consecutive season of racing operations, with a bright seven-weekend season ahead.

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Jay Howard Driver Development Adds 2 Cars for F2000 Road Atlanta Race

Jay Howard Driver DevelopmentSalem, NH – Jay Howard Driver Development has two entries for the season opening F2000 Championship Series race at Road Atlanta, with Arias Deukmedjian in the No. 07 and Hayden Bowlsbey in the No. 3.

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Weitzenhof First to Enter 2018 F2000 Championship Series Season

Dave WeitzenhofSalem, NH – The first official entry for the seven-weekend 2018 F2000 Championship Series season was filed by Series veteran Dave Weitzenhof. With the Formula Race Promotions season just about two months away from opening at Road Atlanta, April 21-22, the Ohio-based driver is looking forward to building on a strong 2017 season.

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Formula Race Promotions Opens 2018 Registration

F1600 GridSalem, NH - Race entry for the 2018 Atlantic, F2000 and F1600 Championship Series season is now open, as Formula Race Promotions is now accepting entries for its 2018 seven-weekend season, which starts at Road Atlanta, April 21-22.

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Road Atlanta Back On as FRP Season Opener

Road Atlanta ActionSalem, NH – After extensive negotiations with senior track management, Formula Race Promotions (FRP) is pleased to announce Road Atlanta has been reinstated as the 2018 season opener for the F1600, F2000 and Atlantic Championship Series.

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F4 Cars Allowed into F2000 Championship Series

John McCusker Racing at Mid-OhioSalem, NH – Formula Race Promotions (FRP) today announced that F4 cars are now permitted to race in the F2000 Championship Series following an agreement with SCCA Pro Racing. The two groups have come together to provide drivers the maximum amount of seat time while still maintaining a cost-contained budget.

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