The start at IMS as John LaRue leadsSpeedway, IN - The F2000 Championship Series Saturday race at Indianapolis came down to the last lap. After a race long duel, John LaRue got a run on the front stretch and beat Matt McDonough to the checkered flag, crossing the bricks first by just .010 seconds in one of the best F2000 races to date. LaRue becomes the first multiple winner in the 2017 season, with McDonough second and Brandon Dixon in third. Steve Jenks was fourth and Tim Paul finished fifth.

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John LaRueSpeedway, IN - John LaRue will start on pole for the first F2000 Championship Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, scheduled for Saturday afternoon. The driver of the No. 17 set the fastest time in two combined qualifying sessions at 1:29.696. Matt McDonough, driving the No. 69, was second quick, followed by Robert Allaer and Steve Jenks. View results here.

Keith McCroneSpeedway, IN - The yard of bricks, the scoring pylon, four iconic turns, the Pagoda and a state-of-the-art infield road course at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was the setting for Friday activities as a large group of F1600, F2000 and Atlantic Championship Series competitors took to the track for practice and a thrilling three sets of first round qualifying sessions.

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Keith McCroneSpeedway, IN - For F2000 Championship Series competitors, the Friday conversation at Indianapolis Motor Speedway revolved around learning the track and setup changes ahead of 12:15 p.m. practice, which was led by R-Sport driver Keith McCrone, who is back having last raced in F2000 competition at Summit Point in 2013.

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