The Winners Circle Report from Road Atlanta

F1600 Road Atlanta Race 3 PodiumThe F1600 Winners Circle Report lets you hear from our podium finishers in their words. Links: Race 1 | Race 2 | Race 3

Chastain Motorsports: Win in Opening Weekend, Strong F2000 Effort

Kyle KirkwoodNoblesville, IN – It was an action packed weekend with five races across two Championships, and a total of five cars entered for Chastain Motorsports at Road Atlanta. It was Kyle Kirkwood, Parker Chase, Andrew Lewis and Will Harvey competing in the F1600 Formula F Championship Series triple-race weekend format, while Sam Chastain ran a pair of F2000 Championship Series races.


Hobbs’ Pole the Highlight of Disappointing Weekend for Team Pelfrey

Andrew HobbsPALMETTO, FLA. – Team Pelfrey’s defense of its 1-2-3 sweep of last year’s F1600 Championship Series began with tremendous promise last weekend as Andrew Hobbs claimed the pole for Race One of the triple-header at Road Atlanta, but ultimately ended with the team’s three drivers securing only a trio of top-10 finishes.


Exclusive Autosport Wins Twice in F1600 Opener

EA DriversSaskatoon, Saskatchewan - Exclusive Autosport enjoyed a stellar weekend at the opening round of the 2015 F1600 Formula F Championship Series at Road Atlanta, 10th-12th April, with the Canadian-based team collecting two victories from three races courtesy of Australia’s Scott Andrews and America’s Jack Mitchell Jr’s wins on Sunday.


Mitchell Jr. Powers to Road Atlanta Victory

Jack Mitchell. Jr leads an Exclusive trioBraselton, GA – Jack Mitchell Jr. won the third and final F1600 Formula F Championship Series race of the weekend at Road Atlanta by going from third to first on the last lap. Mitchell Jr. made it an Exclusive Autosport themed day at Road Atlanta as his teammate Scott Andrews scored top honors in the morning race. Saturday winner Kyle Kirkwood was second for Chastain Motorsports while Andrews completed the podium in third.


Andrews First in Road Atlanta Race Two

Scott AndrewsBraselton, GA – Scott Andrews scored a win at Road Atlanta in the second round of the F1600 Formula F Championship Series season in his No. 94 Exclusive Autosport Spectrum. The Australian managed to lead the last two laps in an eight-car lead pack that swapped positions for the duration of the 17-lap race. Austin Mack and Will Harvey scored their first F1600 podiums, finishing second and third.