F1600 Disciplinary Action Clarification

Following round eight of the 2013 F1600 Formula F Championship Series at Mid-Ohio, F1600 officials have rescinded a points penalty levied against car No. 98 from Bryan Herta Autosport of Adrian Starrantino after the release of further video evidence. Starrantino will thus keep all points for the race win.

However, the team has lost all prize money and reward tires for the first place result due to team conduct. F1600 officials take this opportunity to remind drivers and teams that the timely delivery of onboard video is compulsory.

Eight Candidates in Contention for 2013 Team USA Scholarships

b_200_150_16777215_00_images_stories_13season_mo_ATT00001.gifLexington, Ohio (August 1, 2013) – For the 24th straight year, a selection of talented young American drivers will vie for prestigious Team USA Scholarships which will potentially allow them to follow in the footsteps of former winners such as Jimmy Vasser, Bryan Herta, Buddy Rice, A.J. Allmendinger, Charlie Kimball, Josef Newgarden and Conor Daly.

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The Battle to be “King” Takes Shape

b_200_150_16777215_00_images_stories_13season_mo_IMG_5622.JPGWith the first of two weekends of racing at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on the books for both the F1600 Formula F Championship and the F2000 Championship Series, the battle for the title of “King of The Buckeyes” includes the “usual suspects” as well as several new names.

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Starrantino Wins Despite Last Lap Contact

Starrantino took his third win of the year. (photo: Ryan Wise)Lexington, OH – Adrian Starrantino took his third win of the 2013 F1600 Formula F Championship Series season by inches despite contact with race leader Aaron Telitz in the carousel turn coming to the checkered flag at Mid-Ohio. Starrantino, running second at the time, came together with Telitz – and managed to get back on the track to narrowly escape a hard charging Jake Eidson and Steve Bamford, who wound up third.

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Vautier Takes Race 2 Pole

Vautier took pole at Mid-OhioLexington, OH – IndyCar driver Tristan Vautier set fastest lap en route to the pole position for Sunday’s F1600 Formula F Championship Series race in the No. 16 Quantum Racing Services Van Diemen/Honda. Vautier beat out Aaron Telitz and Jake Eidson, who won the Saturday race at Mid-Ohio. The race begins at 12:10pm local time.

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Another Rain Victory for Eidson

Eidson took his fourth win of the year. (photo: Ryan Wise)Lexington, OH – Jake Eidson marked four straight wins in a row and three straight victories in the rain with a flag-to-flag run at Mid-Ohio in round seven of the 2013 F1600 Formula F Championship Series season. The 18-year-old extends his points lead, starting from pole and fending off a challenge from Aaron Telitz, who finished second ahead of Adrian Starrantino.

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