James Roe

Alton, VA – James Roe took his second victory of the F2000 Championship Series, taking the lead away from Reece Everard at VIR on Sunday afternoon in round six of the season. Roe would go on to take the win ahead of Everard. Simon Sikes was third, storming to the final podium spot from ninth at the start.

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Steve Jenks

Alton, VA – Steve Jenks took his second F2000 Championship Series victory of the season on Saturday morning at VIR in round five, surviving the mayhem ahead of him to climb to the top step of the podium for Tumenas Motorsports. Jenks, driving the No. 68, extends his points lead, and led Tim Paul and Kerry Jacobsen to the checkered flags at VIR.

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Steve Jenks

Salem, NH – The third weekend of the 2018 Formula Race Promotions (FRP) season for F1600, F2000 and Atlantic is set to take place at VIRginia International Raceway, June 1-3, as the Championships build toward their midpoint of the year.

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Aaron JeansooneSULPHUR, La. (May 15, 2018) – Two race weekends of the 2018 F2000 Championship Series season are already in the books. It’s been a wild ride to start this year to say the least. Of course, in Road Atlanta, we began the season with two “DNFs”, so I knew going into Watkins Glen we would need two solid finishes. But first, I took a trip to Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for a nice weekend of IMSA racing. As much as I’d like to say how fun it was to compete there, that wasn’t the case.... yet. I had a great time getting to know more people in the racing world and spectating at an exciting IMSA event live for the first time. It surprised me just how many fans showed up to support their favorite manufacturers and drivers, and I was even able to meet some of my favorite drivers (below with fellow former Team USA Scholarship winner Dane Cameron). I can’t wait to be able to attend another!

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James Roe

Watkins Glen, NY – James Roe emerged with his first F2000 Championship Series win after charging to the front with rain falling late in the race at Watkins Glen International. Roe won by a huge margin over Steve Jenks and Davis Durrett, with Tim Paul in fourth. Full Results.

Brandon Dixon

Watkins Glen, NY – Brandon Dixon led all the way to take his first win of the 2018 season, coming on Sunday morning at Watkins Glen International in a clean, all-green flag race. Dixon beat out Steve Jenks, who charged to finish second, while Simon Sikes completed the podium ahead of fourth-place Davy D’Addario and Dave Weitzenhof in fifth. Full Results.

Watkins Glen Rain ActionWatkins Glen, NY - Due to limited visibiliy from fog, Formula Race Promotions has moved the third round of the F2000 Championship Series to Sunday morning at Watkins Glen International. The race will now take place 10:20 a.m. local time, with the second race set for its originally scheduled time of 1:55 p.m. local time.