Start at IndySalem, NH - The F1600, F2000 and Atlantic Championship Series head to Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for Formula Race Promotions’ traditional three-day summer weekend at the classic circuit. Coming off a competitive event at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the title fight is intense across all three Championships, which mark the mid-points of their 2017 seasons this weekend in Ohio.

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Tim PaulBefore we went to Indy, Jim Kearney told me a story about his past. It was about a racing horse who had shown a lot of potential, but for some reason could never win a race, though he had very solid training and had all the physical ability. People were puzzled. He was retired, and given to a farm that would take care of him, and it was found out that his shoes were awful. He was in pain in the home stretch, and as soon as they took them off he was running better than he ever had during his career while being trained. His name was Skipper Lou.

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John LaRue in the winner's circleCatch up on audio from the winners circle following both F2000 Championship Series races from Indy. Race 1 | Race 2

John LaRueSpeedway, IN - John LaRue held off an early challenge on the race start, leading every lap to sweep the Indianapolis Motor Speedway F2000 Championship Series weekend with a second victory on Sunday afternoon, his third of the 2017 season. Robert Allaer charged from seventh to finish second, while Tim Paul completed the podium and Matt McDonough and Brandon Dixon finished in fourth and fifth, respectively.

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The start at IMS as John LaRue leadsSpeedway, IN - The F2000 Championship Series Saturday race at Indianapolis came down to the last lap. After a race long duel, John LaRue got a run on the front stretch and beat Matt McDonough to the checkered flag, crossing the bricks first by just .010 seconds in one of the best F2000 races to date. LaRue becomes the first multiple winner in the 2017 season, with McDonough second and Brandon Dixon in third. Steve Jenks was fourth and Tim Paul finished fifth.

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