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Recapping four days of MRTI testing at Homestead-Miami Speedway

  Indy Lights Oval Testing – Monday, February 27, 2017 On Monday, an even dozen Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tire drivers took to the 1.5 mile Homestead-Miami Speedway  progressively banked (18 degrees – 20 degrees) oval for the first official Indy Lights test of 2017. The first hour of track time was allocated to...

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Mid-Ohio – Cooper Tires USF2000 powered by Mazda race #1

Nico Jamin entered the first Cooper Tires USF2000 powered by Mazda race of the weekend with a 17 point lead and after driving what he called a “perfect car” to a dominating performance, his points lead over Jake Eidson will be almost double.  It is the sixth overall win and fifth win in the last […]

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Cooper Tires USF2000 powered by Mazda points standings and other stats

Cooper Tires USF2000 powered by Mazda Driver Standings RANK DRIVER STP1 STP2 NOLA1 NOLA2 BAR1 BAR2 IMS1 IMS2 LOR TOR1 TOR2 TOTAL 1 Nico Jamin 22 22 32 25 8 33 31 33 27 26 32 291 2 Jake Eidson 33 32 22 22 22 22 25 9 31 32 25 275 3 Aaron Telitz […]

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Barber Motorsports Park Mazda Road To Indy update #7 – Saturday 7:25pm – USF2000 Race #2

The start of the second 30 minute Cooper Tires USF2000 powered by Mazda race of the weekend was delayed by 35 minutes due to bad weather in the Birmingham, Alabama area. When the green flag finally flew it was Nico Jamin who led the field into Turn 1. Due to the wet track the start […]

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