2013 F1600 Championship Series season

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2013 F1600 Championship season
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The 2013 F1600 Championship Series season was the third season of the F1600 Championship Series.

18 year old Jake Eidson from Littleton, Colorado won the championship driving for Cape Motorsports w/ Wayne Taylor Racing. Eidson won seven of the twelve races and captured a race win in all but one of the series' weekend double-headers. Bryan Herta Autosport's Adrian Starrantino captured three wins on his way to runner-up honors in the championship.[1]

Notably, IndyCar Series rookie Tristan Vautier joined the series for its race weekend at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course to gain experience at the track that he had not raced at before and where he would race in IndyCar a few weeks later.[2] Vautier won the pole for race two, but finished just sixth and 13th in the pair of races.

Drivers and teams[edit]

Team No. Driver Car Engine Notes
United States Polestar Racing Group 0 United States Lewis Cooper, III Van Diemen RF00 Ford Kent Masters
United States Carbir Race Cars 01 United States Reid Hazelton[3] Carbir CR8 Honda Fit
United States ONP Racing 2 United States Mike Scanlan[4] Swift DB6 Honda Fit Masters
United States Auriana Racing 3 United States Joe Colasacco Van Diemen RF04 Honda Fit Masters
United States DiRenzo Racing 5 United States Dan Oseth Van Diemen RF02 Honda Fit
United States Dotworks Racing 06 United States Austin McCusker Van Diemen RF01 Honda Fit
United States Raceworks 7 United States Jim Goughary, Jr.[5] Van Diemen RF00 Honda Fit Masters
9 United States Franklin Futrelle [6] Van Diemen RF03 Honda Fit
Canada Rice Race Prep 07 Canada Steve Bamford Mygale SJ11 Honda Fit Masters
United States Cape Motorsports w/ Wayne Taylor Racing 10 United States Jake Eidson[7] Spectrum 012 Honda Fit
United States Ski Motorsports 12 United States Jeremy Grenier Citation Honda Fit
United States WISKO Race Engineering 13 United States Aaron Telitz[8] Mygale SJ12 Honda Fit
66 United States Paul Alspach [9] Mygale SJ12 Honda Fit
United States Quantum Mechanics 16 Japan Haru Tanaka Van Diemen RF98 Honda Fit
United States Slade Miller Van Diemen RF98 Honda Fit
United States Buffalo Racing Services 18 United States Dan Pyanowski Swift DB1 Ford Kent Masters
United States Art Foster Racing 21 United States Art Foster Spectrum 012 Honda Fit Masters
United States Front Range Motorsports 24 United States John Butkovich Van Diemen RF00 Honda Fit Masters
Canada Exclusive Autosport/Michael Duncalfe 30 United States Jack Mitchell, Jr. Spectrum 014 Honda Fit
33 Canada Thomas McGregor Spectrum 014 Honda Fit
United States Two Dogg Racing 31 United States Scott Rubenzer Spectrum 012 Honda Fit Masters
36 United States Steve Roux Wyvern SR-1 Honda Fit
United States RECON Racing 44 United States Ed Callo Bowman BC5 Ford Kent Masters
United States Fisher House Racing 55 United States Ray Phillips Van Diemen RF97 Honda Fit Masters
Canada Britain West 63 Canada Gord Ross Van Diemen RF02 Ford Kent
Canada Warpspeed 68 Canada Caitlin Johnston Van Diemen RF97 Honda Fit
United States DBM Racing 72 United States Steve Oseth Citation Honda Fit Masters
United States Captain America Racing 76 United States Jim Lee Swift DB1 Ford Kent Masters
76 United States Don Baggett Swift DB6 Ford Kent
United States Kautz Racing 88 United States Tim Kautz Piper DF5 Honda Fit Masters
United States Bryan Herta Autosport[10] 96 Norway Ayla Ågren Mygale SJ12 Honda Fit
97 United States Sam Chastain Mygale SJ12 Honda Fit
98 United States Adrian Starrantino Mygale SJ12 Honda Fit
United States Maisey Racing 99 United States Sean Maisey Citation Honda Fit Masters

Race calendar and results[edit]

Round Circuit Location Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver
1[11] Virginia International Raceway United States Alton, Virginia April 13 United States Adrian Starrantino United States Adrian Starrantino United States Adrian Starrantino
2[12] April 14 Norway Ayla Ågren United States Jake Eidson United States Adrian Starrantino
3[13] Road Atlanta United States Braselton, Georgia May 10 United States Aaron Telitz Norway Ayla Ågren United States Aaron Telitz
4[14] May 11 United States Jake Eidson United States Jake Eidson United States Jake Eidson
5 Lime Rock Park United States Lakeville, Connecticut May 24 United States Adrian Starrantino United States Jake Eidson United States Jake Eidson
6 May 25 United States Paul Alspach United States Jake Eidson
7 Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course United States Lexington, Ohio July 27 United States Jake Eidson United States Aaron Telitz United States Jake Eidson
8 July 28 France Tristan Vautier United States Jake Eidson United States Adrian Starrantino
9 Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course United States Lexington, Ohio August 10 United States Jake Eidson United States David Grant United States Jake Eidson
10 August 11 United States Jake Eidson United States David Grant United States Jake Eidson
11 Summit Point Motorsports Park United States Summit Point, West Virginia August 24 United States Aaron Telitz Norway Ayla Ågren United States Adrian Starrantino
12 August 25 Norway Ayla Ågren United States Jake Eidson

Final points standings[edit]

Place Driver Starts Points
1 United States Jake Eidson 12 499
2 United States Adrian Starrantino 12 440
3 United States Aaron Telitz 12 396
4 Norway Ayla Ågren 12 322
5 Canada Steve Bamford (M) 12 317
6 United States Paul Alspach 10 301
7 United States Jim Goughary (M) 12 266
8 United States Art Foster (M) 12 250
9 United States Sam Chastain 12 210
10 United States Mike Scanlan (M) 12 174
11 United States Scott Rubenzer (M) 8 172
12 United States Austin McCuster 12 160
13 United States Joe Colasacco (M) 6 159
14 United States Lewis Cooper, III (M) 6 121
15 United States David Grant 2 88
16 United States Franklin Futrelle 4 83
17 United States Dan Oseth 5 71
18 United States Wes Allen 4 68
19 United States Ed Callo (M) 4 66
20 United States Ray Phillips (M) 4 61
21 United States Tim Kautz (M) 2 48
22 France Tristan Vautier 2 47
23 United States Don Baggett 4 42
24 United States Slade Miller 2 39
25 United States Jeremy Grenier 2 32
25 United States Glenn Taylor (M) 2 32
27 United States Joe Parsons (M) 2 30
28 United States Jacob Carpenter 2 28
29 Japan Haru Tanaka 2 19
29 United States Dan Pyanowski (M) 4 19
31 United States Bob Perona (M) 2 18
32 United States Rob Albani (M) 2 15
33 United States Jim Lee (M) 2 12
34 United States Steve Roux (M) 1 6
35 Canada Caitlin Johnston 1 1
(M) indicates Masters Class driver
Points include total points from 10 best races.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eidson Closes F1600 Season with Summit Point Win, F1600 Championship Series, August 25, 2013, Retrieved 2013-08-27
  2. ^ Lewandowski, Dave. Vautier to get early look at Mid-Ohio course, IndyCar, July 21, 2013, Retrieved 2013-08-27
  3. ^ "Carbir Joins Series with New Chassis". eFormulaCarNews.com. 20 February 2013. Retrieved 23 February 2013. 
  4. ^ "Scanlan’s 7,000 Mile Journey". f1600championshipseries.com. 25 February 2013. Retrieved 27 February 2013. 
  5. ^ "Goughary Returns for Championship Bid". f1600championshipseries.com. 4 March 2013. Retrieved 5 March 2013. 
  6. ^ "Futrelle Joins Raceworks for Season-Opener". eFormulaCarNews.com. 4 April 2013. Retrieved 4 April 2013. 
  7. ^ "Eidson Joins Cape Motorsports as Part of Two-Year Plan". eFormulaCarNews.com. 28 March 2013. Retrieved 29 March 2013. 
  8. ^ "WISKO Signs Telitz to Complete Two-Car F1600 Team". f1600championshipseries.com. 2 March 2013. Retrieved 24 March 2013. 
  9. ^ "WISKO Race Team Confirms Three-Car Entry". eFormulaCarNews.com. 4 January 2013. Retrieved 23 February 2013. 
  10. ^ "Bryan Herta Autosport to Field Three Mygale/Honda Entries in 2013". eFormulaCarNews.com. 28 March 2013. Retrieved 29 March 2013. 
  11. ^ "Starrantino Wins with Last Lap Pass at VIR". f1600championshipseries.com. 13 April 2013. Retrieved 14 April 2013. 
  12. ^ "Starrantino By a Nose at VIR". f1600championshipseries.com. 14 April 2013. Retrieved 15 April 2013. 
  13. ^ "Telitz Recovers for Road Atlanta Win in Dramatic Race". f1600championshipseries.com. 10 May 2013. Retrieved 10 May 2013. 
  14. ^ "Jake Eidson Conquers Road Atlanta". f1600championshipseries.com. 11 May 2013. Retrieved 11 May 2013. 

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