F1600 actionIn this notebook: We catch up with some of the F1600 Formula F Championship Series youngsters – including Caitlin Johnston, and of course, practice leaders Wyatt Gooden and Ryan Leach.

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Wyatt GoodenWatkins Glen, NY – In split dry and wet sessions, Ryan Leach and Wyatt Gooden posted fast times in F1600 Formula F Championship Series season finale practice on Friday at Watkins Glen International. Ryan Leach led the morning’s dry session in the Spectrum/Honda for Cape Motorsports with Wayne Taylor Racing, with 25 cars posting times, before Wyatt Gooden paced a very damp track in a Van Diemen/Honda in a sparsely attended afternoon session.

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Two SOS Cups are up for grabs at Watkins Glen.Watkins Glen, NY – The season finale for the F2000 Championship Series and F1600 Formula F Championship Series will see the inaugural SOS Children’s Villages Cup awarded to the driver in each Series who scores the highest number of points over all four races at Watkins Glen.

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Kautz leads Valet at Lime Rock before a blown motor.Watkins Glen, NY – The inaugural season finale for the F1600 Formula F Championship Series is set for a thrilling showdown at Watkins Glen this weekend, with Bill Valet and Tim Kautz going head to head for the Dangerous Cargo Cup.  Valet leads the standings over Kautz by 10 points, with 110 up for grabs at Watkins Glen. However, with drops calculated, Kautz jumps to the top of the F1600 standings by 13 points. Meanwhile, 26 other entries will try to play spoiler in what has been an ultra-competitive season.

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Wyatt GoodenOklahoma City, Okla. (October 10, 2011) – Already a two-time winner in the new F1600 Formula F Championship Series, Wyatt Gooden will return with Quantum Racing Services for the Watkins Glen series finale this weekend in an effort to add to his impressive rookie season of professional open-wheel racing.

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b_200_150_16777215_00_images_stories_11season_lrp_PRI_173c.jpgThe inaugural Championship battle for the F1600 Formula F Championship Series is down to the last doubleheader, coming up Oct. 14-16 at Watkins Glen. The final rounds of the year will award the Dangerous Cargo Cup to the 2011 Champion. Bill Valet leads the standings over Tim Kautz by 10 points, with 110 up for grabs at Watkins Glen. However, with drops calculated Kautz jumps to the top of the F1600 standings by 13 points.

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Valet finished second at the RunoffsElkhart Lake, WI – F1600 Formula F Championship Series drivers and teams swept the podium at the 2011 SCCA National Championship Runoffs at Elkhart Lake, Road America, with Lewis Cooper III, Bill Valet, and Tim Kautz taking gold, silver, and bronze in one of the most competitive races of the Championship week in Wisconsin.

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