Some highly entertaining April entries from the series Guerrilla Marketing Wars contest, where apparently F2000 and F1600 are taking over the world. A prize will be announced shortly (perhaps even before we pick a winner). Click read more to see the entries!

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b_200_150_16777215_00_images_stories_11season_VIR_post_f1600prizes.jpgSharon, CT- A number of awards, cash prizes and discounted product opportunities are available to F1600 competitors in 2011.

Click "read more" to learn about prizes and more, available for the 2011 inaugural season of the F1600 Formula F Championship Series.

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Kautz won from poleAlton, VA – Tim Kautz, standing Formula F National Champion, won Sunday’s F1600 Formula F Championship Series race at VIRginia International Raceway by a whopping seven seconds over John Robinson (Swift/Ford) and Bill Valet (Swift/Ford).

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Goughary LeadsAlton, VA – Jim Goughary wrote his name into racing history books by taking the inaugural win in the history of the F1600 Formula F Championship Series in a Piper/Honda by five thousandths of a second in a thrilling side-by-side finish with John Robinson in a Swift/Ford under threatening skies at VIRginia International Raceway.

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Sam BeasleyBeasley Goes Quick in Practice Two

Sam Beasley set fastest time in the second practice of the day, driving a Mygale/Honda for Primus Racing. Beasley, a 17-year-old aspiring driver, clocked in at 2:02.009, slightly slower than his time earlier in the day. The late afternoon session saw times slow across the board.

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Goughary was quickest.After two and a half hours of track time split into five 30-minute sessions. Jim Goughary’s Piper/Honda emerged at the top of the time charts (combined) at VIR, running a 2:01.792 followed by John Robinson at 201.999, Bill Valet, Art Foster and Sam Beasley. Ryan Leach, Brian Graham, Mike Scanlan, Rick Baribeault and Colin Thompson rounded out the top ten.

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b_200_150_16777215_00_images_stories_11offseason_goughary.jpgJim Goughary heads to Virginia International Raceway this weekend for the F1600 Series opening race with great momentum coming off two podium finishes at Sebring International Raceway in regional events before the official start of the F1600 Series season. Goughary looks to build on that momentum to generate a win on the first weekend of the series season, but knows it won’t be an easy task.

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