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Barber Motorsports Park Mazda Road To Indy update #8 – Sunday 7:30am – Good morning!

Good morning from Barber Motorsports Park, where there are two Mazda Road To Indy races today. The second Pro Mazda race of the weekend is set to roll off at 9am (CT) and the second Legacy Indy Lights 100 takes the checkered flag at 12:10pm (CT). ————— The fourth place finisher in the second Cooper […]

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Barber Motorsports Park Mazda Road To Indy update #4 – Friday 7:45 P.M. – USF2000 race #1

The first Cooper Tires USF2000 powered by Mazda race of the weekend rolled off the grid at 6:15pm under overcast skies. Pole sitter Nico Jamin led the field to green, but went through Turn 1 side-by-side with Victor Franzoni. The No. 17 Afterburner Autosport machine of Franzoni pushed wide in Turn 1 and got on […]

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Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tire testing at Barber Motorsports Park (and other MRTI news) – March 3rd

Juan Piedrahita was the first driver to venture out onto the damp and foggy 2.3 mile 17-turn road-course.  The day featured on and off showers (including a red flag inducing downpour around noon) and a wet track for the majority of the day. Ten different drivers representing five different teams used the day long session […]

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Cooper Tires Winterfest – Barber Motorsports Park update #4 – USF2000 race notes and results

Missing the first race Cooper Tires USF2000 powered by Mazda race were James Dayson (damage from morning warm-up crash), Santiago Lozano (damage from yesterday’s practice crash), Yufeng Luo (family emergency) and Keyran Andres Soori the flu). The drivers were allowed an extra pace lap to warm up their slick Cooper Tires in the cool temperatures […]

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Cooper Tires Winterfest update #9 – USF2000 race notes and results

For the second straight year Victor Franzoni has won a Cooper Tires USF2000 powered by Mazda race during Cooper Tires Winterfest.  The 19 year old, who also won a race during the 2014 USF2000 season, made up six spots in the first three laps to show the rest of the field he will be a […]

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