Sam Beasley hopes to make it three, or maybe four, wins in a row.Salem, NH – Rounds 11 and 12 of 14 for the F2000 Championship Series at the recently re-opened Thompson Speedway road course this weekend could prove to be the environment Tim Minor needs to lock up the 2014 title. The defending Champion enjoys a healthy points lead over Skylar Robinson, Thomas McGregor and Sam Beasley, and a solid two-race performance could clinch the Championship prior to Watkins Glen in October.

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Sam BeasleySam Beasley swept the F2000 weekend at Pittsburgh, as he continued to gain momentum off a strong run at VIR in June and laps led at Mid-Ohio in July. The 20-year-old from Chardon, Ohio, answered a few questions for F2000Series.com.

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Saturday podiumThe 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 interviews from Pittsburgh.

Skylar RobinsonAugusta, GA- Skylar Robinson made his first trip to the Pittsburgh International Race Complex car track this past weekend for the F2000 Championship Series.  For the 18 year old, the event provided a chance to make up ground on the series points leader.

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Sam BeasleyWampum, PA – Sam Beasley started third and moved to the front on the opening laps, pulling a gap and making it two wins in two days, sweeping rounds nine and 10 of the F2000 Season at Pittsburgh International Race Complex. The No. 44 Polestar Van Diemen was the car to beat, as Bealsey dominated for his second career win, easily leading pole-sitter Skylar Robinson and 2013 Champion Tim Minor to the checkered flags.

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Skylar RobinsonWampum, PA – Skylar Robinson drove his No. 6 Citation to the first qualifying spot in the wet for race 10 of the 2014 F2000 Series season at Pittsburgh International Race Complex. Robinson finished second on Saturday and is aiming to grab his second win of the year in Sunday’s race. Tim Minor qualified second ahead of Saturday’s winner Sam Beasley. Full results can be viewed here.

Sam Beasley leadsWampum, PA – From pole, Sam Beasley led all 26 laps en route to his first career F2000 Championship Series win, driving the No. 44 Van Diemen for Polestar at Pittsburgh International Race Complex. Beasley marked the first Van Diemen win of the 2014 season, surviving rain showers in the closing stages of the race and getting the best of Skylar Robinson and Trent Walko, who finished second and third.

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