Team USA LogoLEXINGTON, Ohio (July 26, 2018) – The process of choosing two young American drivers to represent their country at a pair of premier Formula Ford events in the UK, the Formula Ford Festival at Brands Hatch and the Walter Hayes Trophy at Silverstone, is under way. Ten drivers representing a broad cross section of race series not only in the U.S. but overseas have been selected as candidates for prestigious Team USA Scholarships. All have been invited to attend this week’s Honda Indy 200 Verizon IndyCar Series/Mazda Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires event at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio, where their attributes and communication skills will be assessed by a collection of seasoned auto racing professionals.

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F1600 PittRace ActionSalem, NH – Formula Race Promotions will host the Keystone Speedfest at Pittsburgh International Race Complex, August 3-5, featuring an action-packed three-day spectator weekend with some of the best road racing in North America. Single-day tickets start at just $25 and weekend passes are available for $40 at www.KeystoneSpeedfest.com.

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James RoeSheboygan Falls, Wisconsin – July 2, 2018 – James Roe Jr., of Naas, Kildare County, made the best of challenging weekend at the iconic 2.4-mile Mid-Ohio Road Course. Roe Jr. came away with 8th and 3rd place finishes.

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Brandon Dixon

Lexington, OH – Brandon Dixon closed out the Formula Race Promotions weekend at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course with a dominating victory in round eight of the F2000 Championship Series season. The 2017 F2000 Champion started from the outside of the front row, taking the lead on the start and dominating the all-green-flag race, emerging victorious over Saturday winner and current points leader Steve Jenks, while James Roe completed the podium ahead of Rob Allaer and Simon Sikes.

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Steve Jenks

Lexington, OH – From pole, Steve Jenks controlled the pace and the race in round seven of the 2018 F2000 Championship Series season at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, prevailing to take his third win of the season on an extremely hot afternoon. Jenks evaded his pursuers, and beat out local expert John LaRue to the win, while Brandon Dixon completed the podium.

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Steve Jenks

Lexington, OH - Steve Jenks converted his Friday practice pace, beating Brandon Dixon to pole by just .041 seconds at Mid-Ohio. John LaRue qualified third, just two tenths off pole, while Tim Paul and Davis Durrett followed in an ultra-tight all-green-flag morning qualfiying session in the F2000 Championship Series. Full Results.

John LaRue

Lexington, OH - John LaRue set a fast time of 1:24.684 to lead afternoon practice at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in F2000 Championship Series competition. LaRue's fast time was just two thousandths of a second up on Brandon Dixon in an ultra-tight practice session under hot, 90*F conditions at Mid-Ohio. Full Results.