Summit Point, WV – Chris Miller and JDC MotorSports took pole from this afternoon’s F2000 race at Summit Point with a record-setting lap of 1:11.103, stealing the pole away from Remy Audette, who clocked in at a 1:11.107, just four-thousandths of a second slower, showcasing the level of competition in the F2000 paddock. It is Miller’s second pole of the weekend and he adds another three points to his championship lead over Matthew Inge, who will line up third for St. Clair Motorsports.
Summit Point, WV – On a beautiful day in West Virginia, Matthew Inge passed Chris Miller and inherited the lead when Tim Minor spun to notch his second win of the season for St. Clair Motorsports and gained back a few valuable points on championship leader Chris Miller who finished second. Miller started from pole and gained bonus points for fastest race lap. Fabio Orsolon finished third with Remy Audette, hanging on with a broken differential and Victor Carbone rounding out the top five.
Summit Point, WV - Championship leader Chris Miller and JDC MotorSports moved another step closer to the 2009 title this morning by taking pole and three championship bonus points at Summit Point for this afternoon’s first F2000 race of the weekend. Miller spent most of the morning session with the second fastest time but was able to find a gap on his very last flying lap, taking pole as the checkered flags waved. Miller also broke the standing F2000 track record at Summit Point by more than a full second.
Summit Point, WV – Championship leader Chris Miller led today’s practice F2000 session, turning a blazingly fast lap of 1:10.898, which is more than a second and a half under the current F2000 track record of 1:12.623. Miller turned multiple laps faster than the second place time of 1:11.519, set by Remy Audette. Almost the entire field went out on sticker Hoosier tires for the session and many drivers capitalized on lap times by drafting other cars down the long front straight.
Summit Point, WV – 2008 F2000 Masters Class champion Tim Minor turned a lap of 1:12.174, almost a full half second under the current F2000 track record, to lead Thursday testing in advance of this weekend’s F2000 event at Summit Point. The two hour session saw teams gain valuable track time as many drivers have never been to Summit Point before. Tim Minor, who won the 1991 MARS Championship at Summit Point, refers to the place as his home track.
New York, NY – With just four races remaining, the battle for the 2009 F2000 championship is as close as it gets, as an action-packed eight races have produced varying results among a huge field. Three-time race winner Chris Miller retains the points lead for JDC MotorSports heading into the weekend after a rough second race at Watkins Glen. Canada’s Remy Audette is a single point behind Miller with another 18 points back to St. Clair’s Matthew Inge. All three have a realistic shot at winning the title going into this weekend's double race event at Summit Point in West Virginia
MINNEAPOLIS, MN. (July 6, 2009) – JDC MotorSports experienced both the highs and lows of racing this past weekend (July 4-5) at Watkins Glen International, taking part in Rounds Seven and Eight of the F2000 Championship Series. The highlight came in race one of the IndyCar Series doubleheader event, when American Chris Miller led the Minnesota-based team to victory lane, earning his third win of the season.