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Mid-Ohio – MRTI Update – Pro Mazda Race # 2 & Indy Lights Race #2

Indy Lights Race #2 For the second straight day at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course the 12 Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tire drivers put on an entertaining show that resulted in a surprise winner.  The masses of fans on the viewing hills surrounding the  2.258-mile, 13-turn road course saw 8Star Motorsports rookie part-timer Sean […]

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Mazda Road To Indy blog – Aaron Telitz – A Midsummer’s Racing Story

The Cooper Tires USF2000 powered by Mazda teams and drivers are in the middle of a one month summer hiatus, but that doesn’t mean our blogger Aaron Telitz hasn’t been keeping busy. Mounds View, Minn- So, I’m back! I realize it has been quite a while since you’ve all heard from me. I would have...

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Cooper Tires Winterfest – USF2000 points and statistics

  Cooper Tires Winterfest Driver Points (through 3 of 6 races) Rank Driver WF1 WF2 WF3 Total 1 Jake Eidson 33 22 32 87 2 Aaron Telitz 25 19 17 61 3 Jordan Lloyd 19 17 25 61 4 Nico Jamin 22 25 4 51 5 Victor Franzoni 15 32 DSQ 47 6 Anthony Martin […]

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