b_200_150_16777215_00_images_stories_15season_news_18-12-13-img-logo.jpg2019 will be a year of growth for Indy Motorsports Group (IMG) as the Indianapolis, Indiana based outfit has announced that they will run a multi-car program in the 2019 F2000 Championship Series. Confirming the purchase of a second Van Diemen with Mazda power, Indy Motorsports Group now sets their sites on filling the vacant seat for the upcoming 2019 season.

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James RoeExpanding their operations in 2019, ArmsUp Motorsports is set to compete full-time in a pair of 2-Liter series. With two cars planned for the Cooper Tires USF2000 Series Powered by Mazda as well as the F2000 Championship Series, ArmsUp Motorsports is preparing to ramp up a winter testing program as they look forward to the upcoming racing season.

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James Roe

A look at race win and pole position totals after the 14-race, seven-weekend 2018 F2000 Championship Series by Formula Race Promotions.

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Steve Jenks

The 2018 F2000 Championship title went to Steve Jenks and Tumenas Motorsports, amassing four wins along the way and leading races in five of seven weekends over the 14-race 2018 season.

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Tim Paul

2018 saw Tim Paul continue his run to the front of the F2000 Championship Series field, as the R-Sport driver scored podium after podium in his most competitive year yet.

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Trent Walko

Millville, NJ – Trent Walko won the F2000 Championship Series season finale, taking the checkered flags at New Jersey Motorsports Park first on Sunday afternoon in round 14 of the 2018 season. Walko, driving the No. 91 Arms Up Motorsports entry, dominated the race after taking the lead early. He won ahead of Michael Eastwell, who finished second, and James Roe, who finished third.

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Michael Eastwell

Millville, NJ – The final round of the 2018 F2000 Championship Series season will see Michael Eastwell lead the field to the green flag after an impressive qualifying session that saw the top four cars separate by .083 seconds. Eastwell took the pole ahead of Brandon Dixon, Trent Walko and James Roe at New Jersey Motorsports Park. Full Results.