Tim Minor

Summit Point, WV - It was two-time F2000 Championship Series title-winner and Summit Point expert Tim Minor making his first appearence of the 2018 season to take pole at Summit Point on Friday ahead of points leader Steve Jenks. PittRace winner Davis Durrett continued his momentum with a third place qualifying run. Full results.

Steve Jenks

Salem, NH – With Championships on the line in F1600, F2000 and Atlantic Championship Series competition, the action is set for the second-to-last Formula Race Promotions event of the 2018 season, taking place at Summit Point this weekend. Double races are scheduled for F2000 and Atlantic drivers, while F1600 competitors will look forward to three action-packed races in West Virginia.

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James Roe Jr.Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin – August 21, 2018 – James Roe Jr., of Naas, Kildare County, is looking to regain momentum at the 10 turn 2 mile Summit Point Motorsports Park in Summit Point, West Virginia. Roe Jr. comes into the 11th and 12throunds of the F2000 Championship in 5th position.

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Davis Durrett

Wampum, PA – Davis Durrett scored his first career F2000 Championship Series win on Sunday at Pittsburgh International Race Complex during the Keystone Speedfest. The Indy Motorsport Group driver stormed into the lead from the outside front row on the start, leading all 15 green flag laps en route to the win in round 10 of the season. Points leader and Saturday winner Steve Jenks finished second. R-Sport’s Tim Paul came home third in a hard-fought race-long battle with Trent Walko, who was fourth.

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Steve Jenks

Wampum, PA – From pole, Steve Jenks controlled the race at the Keystone Speedfest to take the win in the first F2000 Championship Series event of the weekend, round nine of the 2018 season. The points leader, driving for Tumenas Motorsports, led flag-to-flag from pole, winning ahead of Tim Paul and Davis Durrett on a warm Saturday afternoon.

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Steve Jenks

Wampum, PA - Championship points leader Steve Jenks went to the top of the time sheets with his last flying lap to take pole for the first of two F2000 Championship Series races this weekend at the Keystone Speedfest at Pittsburgh International Race Complex. Jenks took the top spot ahead of Tim Paul. View results.

Tim Paul

Wampum, PA - Tim Paul, driving the No. 6 for R-Sport, was the fastest driver over two practice sessions on Friday in F2000 Championship Series competition for the Keystone Speedfest at Pittsburgh International Race Complex. Paul's lap of 1:40.936 came in the morning sesssion ahead of points leader Steve Jenks, while Brandon Dixon, Reece Everard and James Roe followed. The afternoon practice session saw slower times, with Dixon ahead of Jenks and Paul.