Spencer Brockman and his F2000 Debut

No. 11 Spencer BrockmanThe No. 11 K-Hill Motorsports driver and Connecticut native Spencer Brockman had an explosive start to the F2000 Championship Series 2015 season at the season opener in Road Atlanta. Brockman capped off a top ten during race one at Road Atlanta with a ninth place finish and then took seventh in race two. His two top ten finishes seats him in eighth in the overall standings.


The Winners Circle Report from Road Atlanta

Sam BeasleyThe F2000 Winners Circle Report lets you hear from our podium finishers in their words. Click here for race 1 interviews, and click here for race 2.

Chastain Motorsports: Win in Opening Weekend, Strong F2000 Effort

Sam ChastainNoblesville, 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.


Filgueiras Scores Podium Finish

Eric FilgueirasFollowing a two month break after getting into his Lipten Energy Solutions /Spencer Racing F2000 machine, 21 year old Cocoa Beach, Florida based driver Eric Filgueiras was excited to take on the F2000 Championship Series season opener held at the famous Road Atlanta course in Braselton, GA.


Beasley Goes Wire-to-Wire at Road Atlanta

Sam BeasleyBraselton, GA - It was Sam Beasley crossing the line in first in round two of the 2015 F2000 Championship Series season on Sunday at Road Atlanta. Starting on pole, Beasley managed to break away from the field early in the race leading every lap in his No. 4 Legacy Autosport Mygale to score his fourth F2000 victory over Eric Filgueiras who finished second.


Grant Takes First F2000 Win

David GrantBraselton, GA – David Grant scored his first F2000 Championship Series victory in the season opener at Road Atlanta in the No. 29 Polestar Racing Group Spectrum. Steve Bamford manufactured a last lap move to get by Austin McCusker for second, while Sam Beasley led most of the race but failed to finish with a mechanical issue.


Beasley Scores F2000 Pole

Sam BeasleyBraselton, GA – Sam Beasley took pole for the first F2000 Championship Series race of 2015 at Road Atlanta in a brand new Mygale F2000 car. Two tenths off Beasley was Austin McCusker, who edged David Grant for second on the grid. Eric Filgueiras and Quinlan Lall rounded out the top five. Click here for results.