Technology Racing Services ConventionHauppauge, NY – The F2000 Championship Series and F1600 Formula F Championship Series reached out to the greater racing community in the greater New York City area by exhibiting at the Technology Racing Service convention on February 4.

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facebook_logoThe F1600 Formula F Championship Series has landed on Facebook with its official page launch.

During the inaugural season the Series will be updating its Facebook fan page with news, results, photos and more and encourages fans and competitors alike to interact.

Click here to open the fan page.

b_200_150_16777215_00_images_stories_11offseason_ct1.jpgSharon, CT - Soon to be 17 year-old American Colin Thompson is set to run the inaugural edition of the F1600 Formula F Championship Series in a Swift DB6 with Honda Fit power.  So far, 47 drivers are registered for the inaugural season. The high school junior grew up on a farm in Perkasie, Pennsylvania, just outside of Philadelphia. Thompson began his racing career at the age of five, and competed in the VW TDI Cup last year, becoming the youngest driver to race in that series. Thompson also brings an abundance of quarter midget experience to the grid.

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DB6s dominate the entry list so farSharon, CT- Count em – not two, four, six, or even eight chassis manufacturers are represented on the current number-reservation list, but 10. Ten race car manufacturers are going to do battle over the course of the inaugural F1600 Formula F Championship Series season with 46 numbers reserved and two different engine options in the Honda Fit or Ford Kent

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Series Managing Director, Michael RandF2000Series.com and F1600Series.com sit down for an unedited game of 21 questions with Series Managing Director Michael Rand.

Q: You haven’t put on a race since before Labor Day, but the off-season has been filled with positive news and press.  What’s been the highlight so far?

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The new F1600 Championship Trophy.New York- NY – When the inaugural F1600 Formula F Championship Series wraps up in Watkins Glen in October, the champions name will be permanently added to the new championship trophy, the Dangerous Cargo Cup. The trophy was donated by E.J. Generotti, a long time Formula F driver, and unveiled in Orlando two weeks ago at the F1600 meeting during the Performance Racing Industry trade show.

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A packed room in OrlandoOrlando, FL – Series owners, officials, teams, drivers, sponsors and more gathered at the PRI (Performance Racing Industry) trade show in Orlando to discuss the latest developments and news regarding the F2000 Championship Series and the new F1600 Formula F Championship Series.

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