F1600 Championship Battle Gains Momentum

The racing has been tight all year.Salem, NH – Off a break-out set of victories, Ayla Agren is leading the F1600 Formula F Championship Series standings with just four races to go. The Series heads for Thomson Speedway, on the new road course, for rounds 11 and 12 this weekend, as the 2014 season continues to be action packed.


Pittsburgh Results Statement: Mitchell Jr. Reinstated

F1600 Formula F Championship Series race officials, upon further review of video evidence, have rescinded the one-lap penalty given to the No. 93 Spectrum/Honda of Jack Mitchell Jr. at the August 3 race at Pittsburgh International Race Complex.

Newly submitted video evidence did not support a penalty for blocking.

Therefore, the one-lap penalty originally given to No. 93 is hereby rescinded, and his original finishing place is restored, making him the race winner in round 10 of the season.

The Winners Circle Report from Pittsburgh

Saturday PodiumThe F1600 Winners Circle Report lets you hear from our podium finishers in their words. Click here for race 1 interviews from Pittsburgh. 

Team Pelfrey’s Ayla Agren Doubles Up at Pittsburgh to Claim Points Lead

Ayla AgrenPALMETTO, FLA. (August 4, 2014) – Ayla Agren continued her remarkable run of success in the ultra-competitive F1600 Championship Series by guiding Team Pelfrey’s #81 Energima/Women’s Sports Foundation Mygale-Honda to a double victory last weekend at the Pittsburgh International Race Complex in Wampum, Pa. The rapid young Norwegian lady now holds a solid 52-point advantage, 401-349, over teammate Garth Rickards, from Mechanicsburg, Pa., with four races remaining in the 14-race season.


Agren Gets Pittsburgh Win on Controversial Finish

Ayla Agren swept the weekend with two winsWampum, PA – Ayla Agren crossed the line in third place but was later awarded the victory for Sunday’s F1600 Formula F Championship Series event at Pittsburgh International Race Complex as series officials handed down penalties. Evan Mehan and Jack Mitchell Jr., who finished first and second were each penalized one lap following the race for ignoring repeated warnings on blocking tactics throughout the 26-lap race.