Austin McCuskerLexington, OH - From pole, Austin McCusker led every lap at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course to win round four of the F2000 Championship Series season. McCusker put together a last-minute deal to drive the No. 95 Mazda-powered Van Diemen, and took the win over brother John McCusker. Brandon Dixon, Robert Allaer and Steve Jenks completed the top five.

Full results are available here.


Austin McCusker, Dotworks Racing:

"Going one-two is good for my brother and I. I need to thank the teams and boys. I sure hope I am back in a F2000 car soon. I also need to thank ADSA/Wright for the car and Company Motorsports for all their support."

John McCusker, Dotworks Racing:

"We had some trouble this morning with a dead battery in the first race. I need to thank the team for fixing it and we came back for a good race - with Austin and I finishing first and second."

Brandon Dixon (Masters Class Winner), Citation Engineering:

"I was just struggling to keep pace the second half of the race and keep the tires under the car. I was doing all I could."

Robert Allaer (Masters Class - Second Place), LTD Motorsports:

"It's a good day at Mid-Ohio. I need to count my blessings as the car is going home in one piece."

Steve Jenks (Masters Class - Third Place), Tumenas Motorsports:

"I made that race more fun than it needed to be going off early in Thunder Valley. I gave up spots to Tim (Paul) and Dave (Weitzenhof) but got around them again. I needed more laps to chase down Robert."

The Series next heads to Indianapolis, June 8-11.