11 May 2013
Braselton, GA – Jake Eidson backed up two second place finishes last month and laps led on Friday at Road Atlanta with a dominating win to close out the F1600 Formula F Championship Series weekend. Eidson became the first driver to win a race in 2013 by more than four tenths of a second, as he was able to break the draft and pull out a gap in his No. 10 Spectrum/Honda, winning over Friday’s victor Aaron Telitz and Steve Bamford in a pair of Mygales.
10 May 2013
Braselton, GA – In a race that featured three-wide battles, leaders starting from the back, cars cycling through the field and a yellow flag period after the leaders made contact, it was Aaron Telitz coming out on top in a F1600 Series contest that ended up being a mix of survival, speed and race craft. The WISKO Racing Mygale/Honda driver started on pole, went off while leading, and recovered from 12th to take the lead with two corners to go on the last lap ahead of Adrian Starrantino, Ayla Agren and Steve Bamford.
09 May 2013
Braselton, GA – Aaron Telitz edged ahead in a late afternoon qualifying session to take pole position at Road Atlanta, marking his first pole in three attempts and the first for WISKO Race Engineering’s F1600 Formula F Championship Series program. Teltiz clocked in at 1:30.126 in the No. 13 Mygale/Honda ahead of a similarly configured car for Adrian Starrantino from Bryan Herta Autosport.
09 May 2013
Braselton, GA – Spectrum/Honda driver Jake Eidson paced two out of three morning practice sessions at Road Atlanta, setting the fastest time overall at a blazing 1:29.830. The Cape Motorsports racer is second in the points coming off two second place finishes in Virginia in April, while Adrian Starrantino leads the Championship on a sweep at VIR and was fastest in the opening session for Bryan Herta Autosport before an impact in turn one.
08 May 2013
Braselton, GA – The F1600 Formula F Championship Series will make its inaugural visit to the high-speed Road Atlanta circuit this coming weekend, sharing the track with the F2000 Series and Formula Drift. Bryan Herta Autosport’s Adrian Starrantino is coming off two wins at VIRginia International Raceway but the combined margin of victory was under four tenths of a second.
14 April 2013
Alton, VA – Adrian Starrantino emerged first by .056 seconds to sweep the weekend after a two-car fight emerged at the 17-turn VIRginia International Raceway in the second race and closing event of the season opener for the F1600 Formula F Championship Series. Jake Eidson finished second for the second straight day after trading the lead back and forth the entire race with Starrantino. Alya Agren completed the podium.