Jake Eidson took pole away from David Grant at Mid-Ohio. (photo: Sarah Bonnier)Lexington, OH – Jake Eidson edged David Grant during what turned out to be a two-car duel for the pole position at Mid-Ohio for round nine of the 2013 F1600 Formula F Championship Series. The points leader from Cape Motorsports with Wayne Taylor Racing in the Spectrum/Honda beat out veteran driver Grant, making his first ever F1600 start, in a Van Diemen/Ford for Polestar Racing Group. Eidson shattered the existing track record ahead of Grant. Fellow title contenders Aaron Telitz and Adrain Starrantino qualified on row two.

Qualifying Results

PosNo.NameLapsBest TmMake/ModelDiff
1 10 Jake Eidson 15 1:27.106 Spectrum Honda -
2 0 David Grant 16 1:27.283 Van Diemen Ford +0.177
3 13 Aaron Telitz 15 1:27.703 Mygale Honda +0.597
4 98 Adrian Starrantino 14 1:27.712 Mygale Honda +0.606
5 66 Paul Alspach 15 1:27.949 Mygale Honda +0.843
6 7 Jim Goughary/M 15 1:27.954 Van Diemen Honda +0.848
7 96 Ayla Agren 15 1:28.464 Mygale Honda +1.358
8 07 Steve Bamford/M 9 1:28.490 Mygale Honda +1.384
9 21 Art Foster/M 14 1:28.582 Spectrum Honda +1.476
10 2 Mike Scanlan/M 15 1:30.134 Swift DB6 Honda +3.028
11 06 Austin McCusker 15 1:30.502 Van Diemen Honda +3.396
12 31 Scott Rubenzer/M 16 1:29.250 Spectrum Honda +2.144
13 73 Bob Perona 13 1:29.861 Piper Ford +2.755
14 97 Sam Chastain 11 1:30.791 Mygale Honda +3.685
15 8 Jacob Carpenter 7 1:30.995 Van Diemen Ford +3.889

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