2009 F2000 Championship Series season

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2009 F2000 Championship season
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The 2009 F2000 Championship Series season was the fourth season of competition in the series. It consisted of 12 rounds (six double-race weekends), beginning April 10 at Virginia International Raceway and concluding August 16 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. Chris Miller driving for JDC Motorsports won four races and on his way to the close fought championship over the St. Clair Motorsports entry of Matthew Inge as well as other contenders Remy Audette and Benjamin Searcy. Tom Fatur won the Masters' championship over Tim Minor by only 7 points despite Minor competing in only six races and Fatur driving the entire schedule.


Race calendar and results[edit]

Round Circuit Location Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team
1 Virginia International Raceway United States Alton, Virginia April 10 Canada Remy Audette United States Phil Lombardi United States Benjamin Searcy United States Zsports Midwest
2 April 11 United States Chris Miller United States Matthew Inge United States Chris Miller United States JDC Motorsports
3 Lime Rock Park United States Lime Rock, Connecticut May 23 United States Benjamin Searcy United States Matthew Inge United States Benjamin Searcy United States Zsports Midwest
4 May 25 Canada Remy Audette United States Benjamin Searcy Canada Remy Audette Canada Audette Motorsports
5 Mosport International Raceway Canada Bowmanville, Ontario June 13 Canada Remy Audette United States Matthew Inge United States Chris Miller United States JDC Motorsports
6 June 14 United States Chris Miller United States Matthew Inge United States Matthew Inge United States St. Clair Motorsports
7 Watkins Glen International United States Watkins Glen, New York July 3 United States Chris Miller United States Chris Miller United States Chris Miller United States JDC Motorsports
8 July 5 United States Matthew Inge United States Al Guibord, Jr. United States Phil Lombardi United States GTP Motorsports
9 Summit Point Motorsports Park United States Summit Point, West Virginia July 17 United States Chris Miller United States Chris Miller United States Matthew Inge United States St. Clair Motorsports
10 July 19 United States Chris Miller United States Tim Minor United States Tim Minor United States Ski Motorsports
11 Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course United States Lexington, Ohio August 14 United States Chris Miller United States Tim Minor United States Benjamin Searcy United States Zsports Midwest
12 August 16 United States Chris Miller United States Chris Miller United States Chris Miller United States JDC Motorsports

Championship results[edit]

Pos Driver VIR LRP MOS WGL SUM MDO Points
Drivers' championship
1 United States Chris Miller 18 1 2 2 1 2 1 12 2 2 5 1 458
2 United States Matthew Inge 5 2 3 3 2 1 30 2 1 4 6 6 405
3 Canada Remy Audette 2 3 4 1 4 4 3 4 4 16 3 2 390
4 United States Benjamin Searcy 1 27 1 7 5 6 DNS 6 5 3 1 10 330
5 Brazil Fabio Orsolon 24 21 11 4 3 3 11 7 3 17 4 5 284
6 United States Tom Fatur (M) 4 17 12 6 12 8 9 30 8 23 10 15 203
7 United States Tim Minor (M) 10 4 22 1 2 3 197
8 United States Al Guibord, Jr. 9 6 6 10 4 3 13 DNS 190
9 United States Keith McCrone 13 9 6 22 9 5 17 8 161
10 Brazil Victor Carbone 25 28 DNS 22 7 5 6 20 7 4 157
11 United States Robert Wright (M) 8 22 21 16 16 10 8 27 14 9 18 26 146
12 United States Craig Clawson (M) 14 13 13 15 17 13 12 9 12 19 22 24 144
13 United States Caitlin Johnston 12 10 10 9 DNS 21 19 14 16 9 140
14 United States Phil Lombardi 3 7 DNS DNS 2 1 138
15 United States Jonathan Scarallo 21 12 7 23 11 20 25 29 17 18 15 14 121
16 United States Colin Alexander DNS 9 25 8 9 23 29 17 19 8 116
17 United States Chris Gumprecht 20 25 22 11 31 8 20 6 11 21 116
18 Barbados Brent Gilkes (M) 19 20 14 13 15 15 27 19 13 7 115
19 United States Jeff McCusker (M) 7 19 24 18 7 11 10 22 DNS 23 114
20 United States Chris Camadella (M) 23 14 9 21 21 11 5 32 19 18 113
21 United States Jerry Szykulski (M) 13 8 14 14 9 11 108
22 Mexico Alejandro Munoz 15 18 23 20 19 17 14 31 11 12 20 17 107
23 United States Dave Weitzenhof (M) 10 15 10 22 8 12 96
24 United States Bobby Caldwell 22 26 18 DNS 8 7 17 23 23 11 94
25 United States Blake Teeter 17 23 17 14 20 16 22 24 15 14 24 20 86
26 United States Rob Nicholas 13 5 7 21 25 25 78
27 United States John Dole 4 5 28 DNS 63
28 United States Dan Denison (M) 18 18 21 21 16 13 21 22 61
29 United States Jesse Yorio 26 5 DNS DNS 14 13 60
30 United States Brian Belardi DNS 12 8 12 59
31 United States Mark Defer (M) 26 28 12 7 46
32 United States Peter Gonzalez (M) 11 16 16 DNS 39
33 United States Dwight Rider 10 13 36
34 United States Charles Finelli DNS DNS 18 10 29
35 United States Paul Farmer (M) 20 19 22 19 21
36 United States Chris Burke 12 17 20
37 United States Chris Fahan (M) 12 24 19
38 United States Tim Walsh 16 24 12
Pos Driver VIR LRP MOS WGL SUM MDO Points
Color Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green 4th & 5th place
Light Blue 6th–10th place
Dark Blue Finished
(Outside Top 10)
Purple Did not finish
Red Did not qualify
(DNQ)
Brown Withdrawn
(Wth)
Black Disqualified
(DSQ)
White Did not start
(DNS)
Blank Did not
participate
(DNP)
Not competing
In-line notation
Bold Pole position
(1 point)
Italics Ran fastest race lap
(1 point)
* Led most race laps
(1 point)

This list only contains drivers who registered for the championship.
(M) indicates driver is participating in Masters Class for drivers over 40 years of age.

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