Steve Jenks

Braselton, GA – Steve Jenks scored his first career F2000 Championship Series victory on Sunday morning at Road Atlanta. Jenks, starting from the outside of the front role in the No.68, took the lead at the drop of the green and fended off a race-long challenge from 2017 Champion Brandon Dixon, who finished second. Series rookie David Durrett finished a strong third while Simon Sikes beat Reece Everard to the line for a photo finish for fourth. Full Results.

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Brandon Dixon

Braselton, GA – A lap of 1:24.787 earned Brandon Dixon the first pole position of the 2018 F2000 Championship Series season, as he narrowly edged Steve Jenks by just over a tenth of a second in Saturday afternoon qualifying from Road Atlanta. Davis Durrett and Simon Sikes, a pair of series newcomers, qualified third and fourth, while Reece Everard completed the top five. Full Results.

Brandon DixonBraselton, GA – Defending F2000 Championship Series title-winner Brandon Dixon posted the fastest lap over the course of two 30-minute practice sessions at Road Atlanta with a quick time of 1:25.467. Simon Sikes was second fastest, with Steve Jenks and Davis Durrett following in a competitive second practice. Results here.

Simon SikesAfter a fairly uneventful six month offseason, I am proud to announce that I am back with Primus Racing for a full F2000 Season! Last week I completed my first test in an F2000 car at Roebling Road. Yesterday, I just wrapped up the final preseason testing at VIR before my first race at Road Atlanta this weekend. Prior to the last week, I hadn't been in a car since October where I wrapped up the end of 2017 with an F1600 race in New Jersey. Since then I have been working to make a plan for this year, and fortunately, I've found myself in a really great situation.

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Aaron ready to go in the No. 64SULPHUR, La. – “Absolutely” is the perfect word when I say that I am absolutely ready to drive a race car again. This off-season, although very busy, felt like an eternity. I’ve always been a firm believer in the saying that happiness is not a destination, but a journey. This allows me to really enjoy the journey I am on and helps me to cope with the hardships that come my way, and trust me, I’ve had my fun with hardships these recent few months!

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James Roe. Jr.Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin – April 17, 2018 – ArmsUp Motorsports is pleased to announce it will field James Roe Jr. for the 2018 F2000 season. James Roe Jr., of Naas, Kildare County, Ireland will drive the #66 Mazda powered car for ArmsUp Motorsports. The F2000 season opener at Road Atlanta will launch James’s US open wheel career.

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