The Same Old Sixth

Tim PaulMahopac, NY – Two F2000 Championship Series races over a four-day Road Atlanta opening weekend delivered a pair of top ten finishes, including a sixth place run on a Sunday afternoon in Georgia for Tim Paul. Heading out of rounds one and two of 14 for F2000 this year, Paul sits tied for sixth place in the F2000 points.


The Winners Circle Report

Thomas McGregorThe F2000 Winners Circle Report lets you hear from our podium finishers in their words. Click here for race 1 interviews, and click here for race 2 interviews.

Rookie Shines in 2 Liter Debut

Skylar RobinsonAugusta, Georgia, (April 8) Spring break is a time of relaxation for many high school students, but not for Aquinas Senior Skylar Robinson.  The 18 year-old had a week full of activities during his F2000 debut at Road Atlanta in Braselton, Georgia.    


Minor Out Front in Road Atlanta Victory

Minor in front of Robinson and McGregorBraselton, GA – Tim Minor took a win at Road Atlanta to close the F2000 Series doubleheader opening weekend of the 2014 season after taking the lead from Skylar Robinson in the opening stages of the race. Minor started from pole, and dueled with Robinson for a few laps before passing the 18-year-old and pulling a safe gap to win over Robinson, who took Saturday’s victory. Thomas McGregor was third for Exclusive Autosport in his debut F2000 Series weekend.


Minor Scores Another Road Atlanta Pole

Tim MinorBraselton, GA – Two races at Road Atlanta, two poles for Tim Minor at Road Atlanta. The veteran F2000 Sereis racer cruised to another pole for the final race of the season opener, pacing Skylar Robinson, Saturday’s race winner, by a sizable gap of almost six tenths of a second. Sergio Pasian followed in yet another solid effort for the Canadian in the first Van Diemen. Thomas McGregor, in a Spectrum, and Kevin Kopp, who finished second on Saturday, completed the top five.


Opening F2000 Race Goes to Skylar Robinson

Skylar Robinson leads Tim Minor on the last lap.Braselton, GA – A late restart saw 18-year-old Skylar Robinson charge from third to first to take the win with a last-lap pass in his debut F2000 Championship Series race to open the 2014 season at Road Atlanta. Robinson, driving the No. 6 Citation for Eric Langbein Racing, got past Kevin Kopp and then drafted his way by Series Champion Tim Minor en route to victory. Kopp found his way to second as he muscled his way by Minor in the last turn heading to the checkered flag. Minor was third.


Road Atlanta Pole to Minor

Tim MinorBraselton, GA – Tim Minor narrowly edged out a charging Skylar Robinson for pole position at Road Atlanta for the opening round of the 2014 F2000 Championship Series season. Minor dropped a 1:24.692 en route to take the first pole of his Championship defense. Robinson and Minor both elected to run just a handful of laps to conserve tires. Sergio Pasian qualified third, with David Grant and Kevin Kopp completing a close top-five at Road Atlanta.