Nicholas PalacioAlton, VA - Nicolas Palacio started on pole but only led a single lap, leading across the finish line to score his first career F2000 Championship Series victory in the season-opener at VIR. Palacio lost the lead on the start from pole to Reece Everard, who gapped the field but had mechanical problems on the last lap coming out of the last turn, with Palacio charging to the victory by just two tenths of a second.

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Alex BarronAlton, VA- Former IndyCar driver and 1997 Atlantic Series Champion Alex Barron will enter Saturday's race at VIR, the opening round of the 2017 F2000 Championship Series season. Barron will drive the Polestar Racing Group entry normally occupied by Dan Denison, who is away from the track with a conflict on Saturday.

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Nicolas PalacioAlton, VA - Nicolas Palacio will start first in the second F2000 Championship Series race of the weekend, scheduled for Sunday afternoon at VIR. Palacio was promoted to the top starting spot following a technical infraction with the pole-winning car of Robert Allaer. Palacio will lead the field to the green flag alongside Matt McDonough. Updated results can be viewed here.

Rob AllaerAlton, VA - LTD Motorsports driver Rob Allaer marked his first session of the 2017 F2000 Championship Series season with a pole-clinching lap around VIR of 1:51.959. Allaer arrived late at the track on Friday, with the team staying late too and replacing a throw out bearing in the No. 52 Van Diemen.

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Nick Palacio at VIRAlton, VA - Nicholas Palacio scored his first F2000 Championship Series pole position in qualifying for the 2017 season opener held on Friday afternoon under hot and humid conditions at VIRginia International Raceway. Palacio drove to pole with a lap of 1:52.900 over Reece Everard and Steve Jenks.

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F2000 Action This WeekendAlton, VA - The latest from the F2000 Series paddock at VIR, including a new weekend entry and catching up with some of the key players in the paddock.

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Reece EverardAlton, VA - Reece Everard backed up his practice pace in the F2000 Championship Series season-opener weekend at VIR, lowering fast lap to 1:53.030 in an early-evening session in the No. 61 entry. The 23-year-old Michigan resident was fastest overall in two consecutive practice sessions, with Brandon Dixon and Steve Jenks following on the practice two time sheets. Check out the full results and rundown here.