FRP’s online registration, specifically designed for FRP, uses the USAC registration system: it is intuitive and easy to navigate and brings in an entirely new and streamlined sign-up process.

ALL PARTICIPANTS -- Drivers, Crew, Staff, Officials, VIP/Partners and Media, need a FRP/USAC hard card License (credentials). To register, each individual must go to www.FRPLicense.com, and follow the intuitive prompts. A photo is required, and must be uploaded on the site otherwise the form will not complete. A selfie from a smartphone will work.

Single event participants must also register on this site -- follow the prompts for the “Single Event Credential”.

There is no charge for the FRP/USAC hard card License (credentials). Register early and hard cards will be mailed directly to the participant, otherwise they can be picked up at the track.

SERIES REGISTRATION and EVENT ENTRY – to register for the 2017 Series and enter for a single or multiple events, the site is: www.FRPEntry.com. Follow the intuitive prompts.

For entrants who will be racing only 1-2 FRP events in 2017, the Series Registration is waived, and only the individual event entry is required.

With participation in a third event, Series Registration and its fee, IS required.

For entrants planning to race the full 2017 season, there is a package discount available if registered prior to March 1st. The website will automatically adjust the price when registration and all events are chosen.

All seven 2017 FRP events are open for entry. An entrant who has registered for the season may select and enter all desired events at once, or return and enter them individually as the season progresses.

There is a $100 late fee imposed for entries within 7 days of the start of an event.

In Keeping with the FRP’s Mantra of: Affordable – Competitive – Racing; FRP has lowered the 2017 entry costs for F1600 & F2000, which are now set at $850/weekend ($675 for the Indy Event, Including Atlantic participants), and $950 for the Series Registration.

Atlantic fees remain at $1,350/weekend ($675 for the Indy Event) and $1,400 for the Series Registration.

Please direct any license or registration questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 855-722-3377 ext. 701

 pdf-15 2017 Schedule PDF Download

April 27 - 30: VIRginia International Raceway
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Rounds 1,2,3
17 Turns | 3.4 Miles
With: Pirelli World Challenge, Atlantic and F2000
Qualifying Record: 1:56.484 - Brandon Newey - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Race Record: 1:57.422 - Ayla Agren - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Track Website | Event Schedule | Entry List | Media Kit


May 12 - 13: Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
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Rounds 4,5,6
13 Turns | 2.25 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Qualifying Record: 1:27.106 - Jake Eidson - Spectrum/Honda (2013)
Race Record: 1:27:220 - Colin Thompson - Swift/Honda (2012)
Track Website | Event Schedule | Entry List


June 9 - 11: Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course
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Rounds 7,8
13 Turns | 2.4 Miles
With: SVRA, Atlantic and F1600
Qualifying Record: TBD
Race Record: TBD
Track Website | Event Schedule | Entry List | Event Info


June 30 - July 2: Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
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Rounds 9,10,11
13 Turns | 2.25 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Qualifying Record: 1:27.106 - Jake Eidson - Spectrum/Honda (2013)
Race Record: 1:27:220 - Colin Thompson - Swift/Honda (2012)
Track Website | Event Schedule | Entry List


July 28 - 30: Pittsburgh International Race Complex
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Rounds 12,13,14
18 Turns | 2.8 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000 
Qualifying Record: 1:46.039 - Scott Andrews - Spectrum/Honda (2015)
Race Record: 1:45.641 - Steve Bamford - Mygale/Honda (2015)
Track Website | Event Schedule | Entry List


August 25 - 27: Summit Point
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Rounds 15,16,17
10 Turns | 2 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Qualifying Record: 1:13.659 - Matias Koykka - Spectrum/Honda (2012)
Race Record: 1:13.659 - Matias Koykka - Spectrum/Honda (2012)
Track Website | Event Schedule | Entry List


October  6 - 8: New Jersey Motorsports Park Thunderbolt
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Rounds 18,19,20
13 Turns | 2.25 Miles
With: Trans-Am, Atlantic and F2000 
Qualifying Record: 1:22.114 - Skylar Robinson - Mygale/Honda (2015)
Race Record: 1:22.553 - Robert Megennis - Mygale/Honda (2015) 
Track Website | Event Schedule | Entry List


* Schedule Subject to Change

** Test sessions may require additional fee

Past Schedules> 20162015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011

New Jersey Motorsports Park: August 28, 2016

 

Winner: Neil Verhagen
Margin of Victory: .011
Second Place: Peter Portante


New Jersey Motorsports Park: August 27, 2016

 

Winner: Calvin Ming
Margin of Victory: .001
Second Place: Philllippe Denes
Third Place: Neil Verhagen


New Jersey Motorsports Park: Masters Class: August 27, 2016

Winner: Mike Scanlan
Margin of Victory: .017
Second Place: Rob Albani


PittRace: August 7, 2016

Winner: Neil Verhagen
Margin of Victory: .009
Second Place: Calvin Ming


PittRace: August 6, 2016

Winner: Neil Verhagen
Margin of Victory: .002
Second Place: Kaylen Frederick


VIR: June 5, 2016

Winner: Ben Auriemma
Margin of Victory: .0025
Second Place: Trenton Estep
Third Place: Steve Bamford


VIR: June 5, 2016

Winner: Trenton Estep
Margin of Victory: .0025
Second Place: Philllippe Denes
Third Place: Calvin Ming
Fourth Place: Neil Verhagen


Road Atlanta: April 10, 2016

Winner: Max Mallinen
Second Place: Calvin Ming
Third Place: Steve Bamford (+.003)
Fourth Place: Trenton Estep


PittRace: Oct. 17, 2015

Winner: Jordan Cane
Margin of Victory: .040
Second Place: Robert Megennis


VIR: June 8, 2015

Winner: Steve Bamford
Margin of Victory: .056
Second Place: Robert Megennis


VIR: June 7, 2015

Winner: Scott Andrews
Margin of Victory: .067
Second Place: Ben Auriemma


VIR: June 8, 2014

Winner: Steve Bamford
Margin of Victory: .046
Second Place: Brandon Newey

 

pdf-15 2016 Schedule PDF Download

February 11 - 13: Palm Beach Winter Exhibition
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Weekend Format TBD | Off-season non-points
11 Turns | 2 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Qualifying Record: 1:19.402 - Tonis Kasemets - Spectrum/Honda (2015)
Race Record: 1:19.927 - Tonis Kasemets - Spectrum/Honda (2015)
Track Website | Event Schedule


February 19 - 21: Sebring Winter Exhibition
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Weekend Format TBD | Off-season non-points
17 Turns | 3.74 Miles
With: Atlantic and F1600
Qualifying Record: TBD
Race Record: TBD
Track Website | Event Schedule


April 7 - 10: Road Atlanta
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Rounds 1,2,3
12 Turns | 2.54 Miles
With: Trans-Am, Atlantic and F2000
Testing Session: Thursday, April 7
Qualifying Record: 1:29.343 - Garth Rickards - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Race Record: 1:29.705 - Kyle Kirkwood - Mygale/Honda (2015)
Track Website | Event Schedule


May 13 - 15: Watkins Glen
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Rounds 4,5,6
11 Turns | 3.4 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Qualifying Record: 1:56.781 - Nikita Lastochkin - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Race Record: 1:57.184 - Garth Rickards - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Track Website | Event Schedule


June 3 - 5: VIRginia International Raceway
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Rounds 7,8,9
17 Turns | 3.4 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Qualifying Record: 1:56.484 - Brandon Newey - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Race Record: 1:57.422 - Ayla Agren - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Track Website | Event Schedule


July 1 - 3: Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
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Rounds 10,11,12
13 Turns | 2.25 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Qualifying Record: 1:27.106 - Jake Eidson - Spectrum/Honda (2013)
Race Record: 1:27:220 - Colin Thompson - Swift/Honda (2012)
Track Website | Event Schedule


August 5 - 7: Pittsburgh International Race Complex
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Rounds 13,14,15
18 Turns | 2.8 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Qualifying Record: 1:46.039 - Scott Andrews - Spectrum/Honda (2015)
Race Record: 1:45.641 - Steve Bamford - Mygale/Honda (2015)
Track Website | Event Schedule


August 26 - 28: New Jersey Motorsports Park - Thunderbolt
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Rounds 16,17,18
13 Turns | 2.25 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Qualifying Record: 1:22.114 - Skylar Robinson - Mygale/Honda (2015)
Race Record: 1:22.553 - Robert Megennis - Mygale/Honda (2015)
Track Website | Event Schedule


September 30 - October 2: VIRginia International Raceway
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Rounds 19,20,21
17 Turns | 3.4 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Qualifying Record: 1:56.484 - Brandon Newey - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Race Record: 1:57.422 - Ayla Agren - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Track Website | Event Schedule


* Schedule Subject to Change

** Test sessions may require additional fee

Past Schedules> 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011

pdf-15 2015 Schedule PDF Download

February 12 - 14: Winter Exhibition @ Palm Beach (non points)
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Weekend Format TBD | Off-season non-points
11 Turns | 2 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Qualifying Record: 1:19.402 - Tonis Kasemets - Spectrum/Honda (2015)
Race Record: 1:19.927 - Tonis Kasemets - Spectrum/Honda (2015)
Track Website | Event Schedule


April 10 - 12: Road Atlanta
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Rounds 1,2,3
12 Turns | 2.54 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Testing Session: Thursday, April 9
Qualifying Record: 1:29.343 - Garth Rickards - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Race Record: 1:29.705 - Kyle Kirkwood - Mygale/Honda (2015)
Track Website | Event Schedule


May 15 - 17: Watkins Glen International
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Rounds 4,5,6
11 Turns | 3.4 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Qualifying Record: 1:56.781 - Nikita Lastochkin - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Race Record: 1:57.184 - Garth Rickards - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Track Website | Event Schedule


June 5 - 7: VIRginia International Raceway
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Rounds 7,8,9
17 Turns | 3.4 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Testing Session: Thursday, June 4
Qualifying Record: 1:56.484 - Brandon Newey - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Race Record: 1:57.422 - Ayla Agren - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Track Website | Event Schedule


July 3 - 5: Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
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Rounds 10,11,12
13 Turns | 2.25 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Testing Session: Thursday Twilight, July 2
Qualifying Record: 1:27.106 - Jake Eidson - Spectrum/Honda (2013)
Race Record: 1:27.502 - David Grant - Van Diemen/Ford (2013)
Track Website | Event Schedule


July 31 - Aug. 2: Pittsburgh International Race Complex
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Rounds 13,14,15
18 Turns | 2.8 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Testing Session: Thursday, July 30
Qualifying Record: 1:46.730 - Steve Bamford - Mygale/Honda (2015)
Race Record: 1:47.221 - Austin Mack - Mygale/Honda (2015)
Track Website | Event Schedule


August 28 - 30: New Jersey Motorsports Park - Thunderbolt
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Rounds 16,17,18
13 Turns | 2.25 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Qualifying Record: 1:22.114 - Skylar Robinson - Mygale/Honda (2015)
Race Record: 1:22.553 - Robert Megennis - Mygale/Honda (2015)
Track Website | Event Schedule


October 16 - 18: Pittsburgh International Race Complex
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Rounds 19,20,21
18 Turns | 2.8 Miles
With: Atlantic and F2000
Qualifying Record: 1:46.730 - Steve Bamford - Mygale/Honda (2015)
Race Record: 1:47.221 - Austin Mack - Mygale/Honda (2015)
Track Website | Event Schedule


* Schedule Subject to Change

** Test sessions may require additional fee


Past Schedules> 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011

Pos No. Name In Lap Best Tm Make/Model Diff
1 13 Andrew Hobbs 15 59.292 Mygale Sj Honda -
2 82 Augie Lerch 9 59.421 Mygale Honda +0.129
3 27 T. Sam Chastain 17 59.523 Mygale Sj13 Honda +0.231
4 83 Garth Rickards 16 59.643 Mygale Honda +0.351
5 29 Evan Mehan 10 59.741 Mygale Honda +0.449
6 80 Nikita Lastochkin 10 59.796 Mygale Sj Honda +0.504
7 07 Steve Bamford/M 16 59.803 Mygale Sj11 Honda +0.511
8 24 Will Harvey 4 59.989 Mygale Sj Honda +0.697
9 7 James Goughary/M 16 1:00.057 Van Diemen Honda +0.765
10 21 Arthur Foster/M 4 1:00.243 Spectrum 014 Honda +0.951
11 06 Austin McCusker 3 1:00.279 Van Deiman Honda +0.987
12 93 Jack Mitchell, Jr. 10 1:00.448 Spectrum Honda +1.156
13 2 Mike Scanlan/M 5 1:01.159 Spectrum Honda +1.867
14 81 Ayla Agren 0 -.--- Mygale Honda -
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2014 Series Merchandise will be available shortly.

April 11 - 13: Road Atlanta
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Rounds 1 & 2
12 Turns | 2.54 Miles
With: F2000 and Atlantic
Testing Session: Thursday
Qualifying Record: 1:29.343 - Garth Rickards - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Race Record: 1:29.884 - Jake Eidson - Spectrum/Honda (2013)
Track Website | Event Schedule

May 16 - 18: Watkins Glen International
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Rounds 3 & 4
11 Turns | 3.4 Miles
With: F2000 and Atlantic
Qualifying Record: 1:56.781 - Nikita Lastochkin - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Race Record: 1:57.184 - Garth Rickards - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Track Website | Event Schedue

June 6 - 8: VIRginia International Raceway
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Rounds 5 & 6
11 Turns | 3.4 Miles
With: F2000 and Atlantic
Testing Session: Thursday
Qualifying Record: 1:56.484 - Brandon Newey - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Race Record: 1:57.422 - Ayla Agren - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Track Website | Event Schedule

July 4 - 6: Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
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Rounds 7 & 8
13 Turns | 2.25 Miles
With: F2000 and Atlantic
Testing Session: Thursday Evening
Qualifying Record: 1:27.106 - Jake Eidson - Spectrum/Honda (2013)
Race Record: 1:27.502 - David Grant - Van Diemen/Ford (2013)
Track Website | Event Schedule

August 1 - 3: Pittsburgh International Race Complex
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Rounds 9 & 10
12 Turns | 1.6 Miles
With: F2000
Qualifying Record: 58.550 - Jack Mitchell Jr. - Spectrum/Honda (2014)
Race Record: 58.922 - Evan Mehan - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Track Website | Event Schedule

August 29 - 31: Thompson Speedway Road Course
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Rounds 11 & 12
10 Turns | 1.7 Miles
With: F2000 and Atlantic
Testing Session: Thursday - Test Day Schedule
Qualifying Record: 1:10.477 - Evan Mehan - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Race Record: 1:10.527 - Evan Mehan - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Track Website | Event Schedule

October 10 - 12: Watkins Glen International
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Rounds 13 & 14
11 Turns | 3.4 Miles
With: F2000
Qualifying Record: 1:56.781 - Nikita Lastochkin - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Race Record: 1:57.184 - Garth Rickards - Mygale/Honda (2014)
Track Website | Event Schedule (prelim)

 * Schedule Subject to Change

** Test sessions may require additional fee

Past Schedules> 2013 | 2012 | 2011

Additional Videos:

2015 Pittsburgh Remix: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LanHSFT3C7E

2015 Look at the Drivers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPKasklvIXU

2015 Mid-Ohio Remix: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jlY2npkuHS4

2015 Jordan Cane Mid-Ohio Win Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9LZvamBoUs

2015 VIR In Focus:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r82h2LjDrMI

2015 VIR Onboard Remix: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32v2TgebuY8

2015 Driver Insights:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAk49ErSkmE

2015 Highlight Interviews:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnXrLUZQ9w0

2015 Road Atlanta In Focus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAuqDMiB_bQ

2015 Road Atlanta Onboard Remix: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0D1MdeU-wqY

2015 Season Expectations: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Jx7VGvvmPo

2015 Driver Interview Snippets: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWoD0ucpNbk


2014 F1600 In Focus Videos:

2014 Video Onboard Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eY4xSo66oQ4

2014 Video Recap Watkins Glen Finale: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xtzAr3-GQk

2014 Video Agren Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMSiapr1hGw

2014 Video Recap Thompson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FiecuDqah_E

2014 Video "The Cars": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNnN6OH2z3c

2014 Video Recap Pittsburgh: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQnb7nUEzlU

2014 Video Recap Mid-Ohio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ODy6Gwx3VU

2014 Video Recap VIR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHYrco2Yk4o

2014 Video Recap WGI: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuZXwwmdu-U

2014 Video Recap Road Atlanta: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOdSjw7hEjc

2014 Video Drivers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7EN3FSCbcY

2014 Video Teaser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fj_C5a5GBsA


2013 F1600 In Focus Videos:

Episode 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppQdupmx5gg

Episode 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uoK5x68ab9M

Episode 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDzx1fgDoUM

Episode 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAw8mM1XV5o

 

 

 

 

April 11 - 14 : VIRginia International Raceway
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Rounds 1 & 2
17 Turns | 3.27 Miles
Headline Event: Historics
Testing Session: Thursday
Qualifying Record: 1:59.926 - Adrian Starrantino - Mygale/Honda (2013)
Race Record: 2:00.688 - Jake Eidson - Spectrum/Honda (2013)
Track Website | Event Scedule

May 9 - 11: Road Atlanta
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Rounds 3 & 4
12 Turns | 2.54 Miles
Headline Event: Formula Drift
Testing Session: May 9 - Two Sessions
Qualifying Record: 1:29.828 - Jake Eidson - Spectrum/Honda (2013)
Race Record: 1:29.884 - Jake Eidson - Spectrum/Honda (2013)
Track Website | Event Schedule

May 24 - 25 : Lime Rock Park
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Rounds 5 & 6
7 Turns | 1.53 Miles
Headline Event: TransAm and F2000
Testing Session: May 21 - Afternoon (Tuesday)
Qualifying Record: 53.356 - Jim Goughary - Piper/Honda (2011)
Race Record: 52.848 - Colin Thompson - Swift/Honda (2011)
Track Website | Event Schedule

July 26 - 28 : Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
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Rounds 7 & 8
13 Turns | 2.25 Miles
Qualifying Record: 1:27.834 - Mitch Martin - Spectrum/Honda (2011)
Race Record: 1:27.220 - Colin Thompson - Swift/Ford (2012)
Track Website | Event Schedule

August 9 - 11 : Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
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Rounds 9 & 10
13 Turns | 2.25 Miles
Testing Session: Twilight Testing Thursday
Qualifying Record: 1:27.834 - Mitch Martin - Spectrum/Honda (2011)
Race Record: 1:27.220 - Colin Thompson - Swift/Ford (2012)
Track Website | Event Schedule

August 23 - 25 : Summit Point
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Rounds 11 & 12
10 Turns | 2 Miles
Headline Event: CCS Motorcycles
Qualifying Record: 1:13.659 - Matias Koykka - Spectrum/Honda (2012)
Race Record: 1:13.659 - Matias Koykka - Spectrum/Honda (2012)
Track Website | Event Schedule

 

 * Schedule Subject to Change

** Test sessions may require additional fee

Past Schedules> 2012 | 2011

 

 

April 12 - 15 : VIRginia International Raceway
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Rounds 1 & 2
17 Turns | 3.27 Miles
Headline Event: Historics
Testing Session: Thursday
Qualifying Record: 2:00.414 - Matias Koykka - Spectrum/Honda (2012)
Race Record: 2:00.914 - Tim Kautz - Piper/Ford (2011)
Track Website | Event Scedule

 
 
May 25 - 26 : Lime Rock Park
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Rounds 3 & 4
7 Turns | 1.53 Miles
Headline Event: TransAm
Qualifying Record: 53.356 - Jim Goughary - Piper/Honda (2011)
Race Record: 52.848 - Colin Thompson - Swift/Honda (2011)
Track Website | Event Schedule

 
June 28 - July 1 : New Jersey Motorsports Park - Thunderbolt
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Rounds 5 & 6
13 Turns | 2.25 Miles
Headline Event: ARCA and TransAm
Qualifying Record: 1:22.870 - Shae Davies - Spectrum/Honda (2012)
Race Record: 1:22.870 - Shae Davies - Spectrum/Honda (2012)

Track Website | Event Schedule

 
July 26 - 29 : Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
midohio.jpg Rounds 7 & 8
13 Turns | 2.25 Miles
Headline Event: SCCA
Testing Session: Thursday Twilight
Qualifying Record: 1:27.834 - Mitch Martin - Spectrum/Honda (2011)
Race Record: 1:28.001 - Wyatt Gooden - Van Diemen/Honda (2011)
Track Website | Event Schedule
 
August 24 - 26 : Summit Point
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Rounds 9 & 10
10 Turns | 2 Miles
Headline Event: CCS Motorcycles
Qualifying Record: 1:13.659 - Matias Koykka - Spectrum/Honda (2012)
Race Record: 1:13.659 - Matias Koykka - Spectrum/Honda (2012)

Track Website | Event Schedule

 
October 12 - 14 : Watkins Glen International
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Rounds 11 & 12
11 Turns | 3.4 Miles
Headline Event: Historics
Qualifying Record: 1:58.388 - Tim Kautz - Piper/Ford (2011)
Race Record: 1:57.900 - Tim Kautz - Piper/Ford (2011)
Track Website | Event Schedue

Track records listed are from qualifying.

Past Schedules> 2011

Current 2017 Championship Points Following Mid-Ohio

Past Seasons: 

Final 2016 F1600 Championship Standings

Final 2015 F1600 Championship Standings

Final 2014 F1600 Championship Standings

Final 2013 F1600 Championship Standings

Final 2012 F1600 Championship Standings 

Final 2011 F1600 Championship Standings

 

Session Date Time Results Sheet
Testing 1
Thursday April 7 8:45
Testing 2 Thursday April 7 10:30
Testing 3 Thursday April 7 1:35
Testing 4 Thursday April 7 3:45
Practice 1 Friday April 8 1:00
Practice 2 Friday April 8 5:30
Qualifying 1 Saturday April 9 10:00
Race 1 Saturday April 9 4:00
Qualifying 2 Sunday April 10 12:15
Race 2 Sunday April 10 4:00

 

SO YOU THINK YOU WANT TO GO FORMULA CAR RACING!

SO YOU STILL WANT TO GO RACING...

GETTING STARTED with Formula Race Promotions

ENTRIES

LICENSE

REGISTRATION

TEAM PRESENTATION

RADIOS

RIG PARKING

TIRE DECLARATION

DRIVER MEETING

WEEKEND PROCEDURES

Why look at F1600?

Why race in F2000?

Why race Atlantic?

Under 18 years old and Watkins Glen International

SO YOU THINK YOU WANT TO GO FORMULA CAR RACING!

Below is information both about what you need to know to go road racing and what you can expect at a FRP event if you’ve never attended one.

You have a number of choices, but I would probably first go to a professional driver school. This accomplishes two things; gets you in the seat of a racecar on a racetrack and gives you credit towards a racing license (see ‘getting started’). You need nothing in the way of equipment at this stage. While expensive at first look, they really are very economical in the scheme of things for what they give you. If you have your own car, or access to a car, you can go to a SCCA driver’s school. This is fairly time consuming and why the professional school is almost always the best option. Once you’re successfully through the school and have the license, you have some decisions to make.

I should note that if you are very experienced in karting, and can prove you have enough hours driving a race car somewhere, we the Series can, at our discretion, issue you a provisional USAC (United States Auto Club) license which will allow you to compete under our observation.

First, you have to buy your personal equipment; a driver’s suit, helmet with tear offs, gloves, shoes, HANS device, arm restraints, hood, long underwear. While you don’t have to buy the most expensive products out there, there are some minimums. Buy name brand products from a reputable supplier. The helmet has to be Snell rating SA 2010 or newer, but since the SA 2015’s are available, buy nothing less. Make sure it fits, and I recommend sticking with the most popular brands in case you have to go buy a visor or tear offs at a track somewhere. The HANS; while the Series only requires a ‘SFI rated head and neck device’, I know of almost nobody who has anything other than the HANS. Most modern formula cars favor the #30 model. The suit can be two or three layer but must meet SFI minimum ratings- no single layer suits meet the minimum. Again, stick with a recognized brand such as Sparco, Alpinestars, OMP, Simpson (understanding there are other good suits). I highly recommend long underwear, even with a suit that doesn’t require it- this is from a hot personal experience.

Next, you have to decide if you want to own your own car. Are you mechanically inclined? Do you have tools, a trailer capable of transporting the car and something to pull it? There is a host of equipment necessary to campaign a F1600 or F2000 at this, or really any level. If you don’t have any of the above, even if you are mechanically competent, I would strongly advise using a prep shop in some capacity the first year until you get a chance to see what its all about. The prep shop can help you buy the car, show you how to prep and maintain it, and give you invaluable information on the subtleties of these cars and the Series. The shop will have all the necessary tools and equipment, so you can see what you’ll have to buy in year two.

Third (or first!), and maybe something you think you know but may reconsider with experience; what are your goals in racing? Are you planning to drive racecars for a living? How are you going to get to the Indianapolis 500, F1, whatever? Do you have a source of money? Racing is expensive and we have some hard numbers of what you’ll most likely have to spend to become a competent professional driver. Focus on the goal, map your path, and spend the money wisely. You have to start somewhere and F1600 or F2000 have been an early rung for many of the top drivers in motor sports, so we know it is a proven path. If you are doing it for fun (or addiction), and that’s what the vast majority of us do, any of our three series will offer great satisfaction and reward.

In the early years you need seat time, seat time, seat time; and then you need competition, lots of it. A great statement I heard from an ex Formula One driver was that great talent will almost always rise to the top and be discovered, regardless of where it comes from. This means you do not have to spend huge amounts of money in the early years on marketing, public relations, and racing in the ‘right place’ to be seen. Spend it on seat time and the fiercest competition you can find. If you’re good, you’ll be noticed. Then you’ll have to follow it up with racing in the ‘right series’ and the surrounding high profile event circus; that’s where you will have to spend the real money, and that’s at least two years away, if not more.


SO YOU STILL WANT TO GO RACING...

GETTING STARTED with Formula Race Promotions

If you want to attend a race at an FRP event for the first time, call us (855-722-3377 ext. 701) and tell us who you are. We’re not a big bureaucracy, and the process is quite simple. Below are some highlights and information to help you along the way.


ENTRIES

2017 entry fee for F1600 and F2000 is $850 per weekend, Atlantic is $1,350. There is also a Series Registration fee, due after the 2nd weekend of competition at $950 for F1600 and F2000 and $1,400 for Atlantic. This covers the price of your Pro license and unlimited crew licenses for your team, the required series decals for your car, series required crew uniform and driver suit patches and other administrative costs.


LICENSE

We are sanctioned by USAC and require some form of racing license (we cover cost) as well as USAC membership for all competitors. We honor many other organization’s licenses for at least one weekend and can easily facilitate getting you a USAC license based on it. If you do not have one of the recognized licenses, are coming directly from karting, or have been away from racing for a while, we will need to see a resume and based on that may grant a provisional license so our staff can observe you on track. Those coming directly from karting, or with long layoffs we urge you to get in a car either on some test days or at racing school lapping days before coming to one of our events. Talk to us, or email us with specific questions.


REGISTRATION

Let us know you are coming ahead of time. Actual registration and entry takes place on a USAC web page and is self-explanatory and easy to use. If you have a question about the site, call us and we’ll talk you through the process.


TEAM PRESENTATION

Driver’s suits are required to have Hoosier and at least one of the FRP Series logos on them. Competing sanctioning body logos are permitted (but frowned upon) on suits. Crew shirts are necessary; they don’t have to be fancy. We’re very reasonable, but also need to have Hoosier, USAC and at least one of FRP Series logos on them. This is important as we have contractual arrangements with our sponsors and sanctioning body, who expect this. All required patches are available for the asking. For those who want to use embroidery, we have logo files available on our website.


RADIOS

Like many other series, we require a crew member to have a radio capable of listening to the Series frequency and be able to communicate information to the driver. There are any number of ways to do this, and in this day and age, very reasonably priced scanners. A Raceceiver used by the driver is acceptable. The Series frequency is analog 461.925 MZH, DPL 047.


RIG PARKING

When you arrive at the track, we will park you. It makes it easier on everybody. We will perform tech inspection at your trailer (what a concept). Our tech is primarily safety related as we expect you to bring a legal car to the weekend.


TIRE DECLARATION

You do not have to order tires ahead of time: We are supplied by the Hoosier factory, not a dealer, and they will bring enough stock to supply the paddock based on the published entry list. You must use Series specific tires exclusively once qualifying starts, and you can use only Hoosier tires throughout the weekend.

Our tire declaration process works in two steps and properly declared tires are required for qualifying and races. First, is listing the barcode numbers on a tire declaration sheet. Sheets are available at the Series trailer throughout the weekend or on the website under the competitor tab and should be returned to the Series trailer by 6:00 p.m. Friday night. Once we have your tire declaration sheet, one of our Tech officials will come to your paddock and stamp your sidewalls


DRIVER MEETING

We generally have a driver’s meeting early in the weekend and attendance by all drivers is mandatory. It will be on the posted schedule and usually on a chalk board at the Series trailer. There are also written driver’s meeting notes available at the Series rig; read them as they have track specific information that may not be covered in the meeting.


WEEKEND PROCEDURES

Try to be early to the false grid. For practice, the lineup is first come, first served. For qualifying, you will be gridded according to season points so if it’s your first time, plan to be at the back of the grid. Please review our flagging rules in Article 1.6.16 in the FRP PRR 2017 before the event.

At the end of a qualifying, the top five cars are to report to impound. At the end of the races, the top 3 overall and the top 3 masters are to report to impound. Specifics will be announced over the series radio channel at the end of each session. It is always a good idea to have a crew member meet you there with some basic tools.

Fuel is designated for each class of car before the weekend and is detailed on our websites. It is most likely at the track, but may not be depending on circumstances (especially 93 pump gas.

Do not hesitate to talk to any of our staff at any time with questions. We are here to help.


Why look at F1600?

F1600, often called FF or Formula Ford, has a rich history in both the USA and around the world. The first F1600’s were introduced to the USA in 1969 and have been continuously raced ever since. It is a non-winged purpose built single seat race car which is well known to be a great training ground for career minded drivers, and a highly competitive class for all participants. It has a reputation for being one of the most economical classes, and with the addition of the FIT motor from Honda to the class, the cost saving just got better. Many of the top drivers in the world started in FF, including Aryton Senna in Europe and Michael Andretti in the USA. Current alumni of F1600 include Aaron Telitz (Indy Lights), Jake Eidson (Pro Mazda), Garrett Grist (Indy Lights), Colin Thompson (PWC).


Why race in F2000?

F2000 is a formula that was developed in England in the mid 1970’s and has gone through a couple of evolutions to become one of the best rides for the money in road racing. It is a step up from F1600, with the addition of more horsepower, larger tires and aero considerations in the form of wings and diffusers. The suspension geometry of a modern F2000 is as sophisticated as anything out there, and offers great training for drivers, engineers and mechanics. It is a formula, not a spec car, so there are numerous chassis designs, multiple motors allowed, and room to make a better mouse trap.

At the same time, there are enough restrictions to keep costs in check. With all of that, the F2000 Series routinely has top ten qualifying time spreads measured in tenths of a second. The pedigree of top drivers who learned their trade in F2000 include Dan Weldon, Patrick Carpentier, Paul Tracy, Aryton Senna, Sam Hornish, Jr. and more recently, Connor Daly (Indy car), Kyle Marcelli (PWC), Santino Ferrucci (Haas F1 development), Jordan Taylor (IMSA, WEC).


Why race Atlantic?

Formula Atlantic cars are not for the faint of heart or beginners. They are sophisticated, 300 hp race cars capable of speeds in excess of 175 mph. If you can drive an Atlantic car well, you can drive an Indycar. They are also a natural progression from F2000 and possibly F1600. These cars have highly developed aerodynamic packages and are very sensitive to setup changes and driving techniques, making them an ideal teaching platform for both driver and crew seeking to go to the highest levels of motor racing.


Under 18 years old and Watkins Glen International

First, you have to have a valid, acceptable competition license. See the information about how to get your license. Watkins Glen (WGI) is unique among all the tracks we go to in that they require you as a driver to sign the liability waiver as an adult. In most states and New York where WGI is located, that is age 18. To do so under that age, you must become either partially or fully ‘emancipated’ or its equivalent, and be able to prove it to WGI.

We have a system set up to use the laws of Indiana where a partial emancipation is available for the specific purpose of motor racing. It requires some advance planning, paperwork, a video conference with an Indiana judge and about $3,000 or a little less. We have done this for many drivers; it’s routine and proven. Be aware that not doing it through this Indiana process has resulted in rejections by WGI.

John Larue, esq:
4910 North Wheeling Ave
Muncie, Indiana 47304
765-287-1717
765-287-9699 Fax
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April 8 - 10 : VIRginia International Raceway
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Rounds 1 & 2
17 Turns | 3.27 Miles
Headline Event: VDCA
Testing Session: Thursday
F1600 Track Record : 2:00.860 - Sam Beasley (Mygale/Honda) - 2011
Track Website | Event Schedue

 
June 3 - 5 : Watkins Glen International
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Rounds 3 & 4
11 Turns | 3.4 Miles
Headline Event: Grand-Am
Testing Session: Thursday
F1600 Track Record : 1:58.388 - Tim Kautz (Piper/Ford) - 2011
Track Website | Event Schedue

 
June 30 - July 2 : Mid-Ohio
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Rounds 5 & 6
13 Turns | 2.25 Miles
Headline Event: SCCA
F1600 Track Record : 1:27.834 - Mitch Martin (Spectrum/Honda) - 2011
Track Website | Event Schedule

 
September 16 - 17 : Lime Rock Park
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Rounds 7 & 8
7 Turns | 1.53 Miles
Headline Event: NASCAR Modifieds
F1600 Track Record : TBD
Track Website | Event Schedue

 
October 14 - 16 : Watkins Glen International
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Rounds 9 & 10
11 Turns | 3.4 Miles
Headline Event: VRG
F1600 Track Record : TBD
Track Website | Event Schedue

Available Rides

The following teams have cars currently available:

ZSports Midwest
Ron Boltik
5709 Eden Prairie
Minnetonka, MN, 55345
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www.zsportsmidwest.com
JDC Motorsports
8856 Woodhill Circle
Savage, MN, 55378
952-233-3075
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www.jdcmotorsports.com
Phil Creighton Motorsports
Rossella Manfrinato
Phone 678-366-2100
Fax 678-366-2101
Cell 404-915-1558
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www.manfrinato.com
Brian Graham Racing
Brian Graham
6791 10th Sideroad
Innisfil, Ontario, Canada, L9S 4S7
705-456-9781
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www.briangrahamracing.com
    
R-Sport
Paul Rieffle
3500 University Blvd.
Coraopolis, PA, 15108
412-721-2664
www.rsport.us

 

Liberty Motorsports
Brian Belardi
4258 Steward Rd.
Rockford, IL 61101
phone 414-916-6715
fax 815-623-7050
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www.libertymotorsports.net
Quantum Mechanics Racing Services
5701 SW 21st St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73128
phone 405-681-8561
cell 405-315-3012
www.quantumracingservices.com
Richard Morgan Racing
Richard Morgan
7567 Flows Store Rd
Concord, NC, 28025
704-957-3452
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www.richardmorganracing.com

 

Driver Coaching

Tommy Byrne
386-566-9316
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Photo Services

Janice Eakin
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850-524-1818
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PR/Media Services

Monty Mathisen
MathisenMedia
Tel: 914.419.1070
Fax: 212.986.1033
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K-Hill Motorsports
Kris Kaiser
24 Deer Trail Road
Abbottstown, PA 17301
717-324-2758
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Team Pelfrey
Geoff Bushor 
6089 Johns Road Suite 11
Tampa, FL 33634
317-490-8563
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LTD Motorsports
David Livingston
Canton MI
313-506-9342
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Polestar Racing Group
Jim Griffith
307 Park Ave
Chardon, Ohio 44024
440-285-0886
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Rice Race Prep
5393 Townline Rd
Sanborn, NY, 14132
716-946-1857
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Raceworks
Sam Lockwood
8490 Fields Ford Road
Gainesville, GA 30506
770-886-1380
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Company Motorsports
Kenneth Company
560 North Main Street
Pittston, PA 18640
570.793.3345
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R-Sport
Paul Rieffle
3500 University Blvd.
Coraopolis, PA, 15108
412-721-2664
Tumenas Motorsports
Lenny Tumenas
Leominster, MA 01453
978-257-4842
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Drivers Services
Jim Little
32 Cypress Drive
San Remo NY 11754
631-366-2883
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Brian Graham Racing
Brian Graham
6791 10th Sideroad
Innisfil, Ontario, Canada, L9S 4S7
705-456-9781
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Quantum Mechanics Racing Services
5701 SW 21st St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73128
phone 405-681-8561
cell 405-315-3012
 

 
Andy LLC
Andy Brumbaugh
216 Ashley Crest Drive
Columbia, SC 29226
803.360.2926
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Britain West Motorsport
David Clubine
148 Pleasant Ridge Rd
Brantford, Ontario
N3T 5L5
519-756-1610
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Alegra Motorsports

 

Andy Greene

 

Miami FL

 

phone- 786-845-6818

 

cell- 386-506-1608

 

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Hoosier Race Tires

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Martini and Rossi

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http://polestarmotorracing.com/ Polestar Motor Racing
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Primus Racing Parts

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Honda Racing HPD

 

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Anze Suspension

 

F1600 Championship Series / Formula Race Promotions

855-722-3377 (both phone and fax)

1 Stiles Road
Suite 105
Salem, NH 03079

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Great Tracks + Fantastic Competition + Tons of Seat Time = Great Racing

Our series is based on the simple concept of great tracks, good seat time, affordability; and most importantly FANTASTIC competition. With our mix of seasoned vets and young upcomming talents we provide some of the best open wheel racing in North America. Period.

The F2000 Championship Series is pleased to announce a three year partnership with the Hoosier Racing Tire Corp. The largest race tire manufacturer in the world now joins the ever popular F2000 Championship Series that boasts the largest formula car fields in the country. As our series has developed, it is obvious we have created an environment where drivers, engineers, mechanics and team owners can enjoy their racing in a competitive arena. Our relationship with Hoosier Tire will do nothing but add to that. The long term nature of this agreement offers a plus to everyone from the entrants and competitors to Hoosier Tire and the series organizers.

For additional info about Hoosier Race Tires, please call Bruce Foss at 574-784-3152 or visit www.hoosiertire.com
 

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