2014 U.S. F2000 Winterfest

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The 2013 U.S. F2000 Cooper Tires Winterfest was the fourth year of the winter racing series promoted by the U.S. F2000 National Championship. It consisted of six races held during two race meets during February 2013 and serves as preparation for the 2014 U.S. F2000 National Championship. Both venues are new for 2014 as the series previously raced on tracks in the state of Florida for the Winterfest.

American R. C. Enerson captured a closely contested title over Brit Michael Epps, with each driver capturing two wins and two other podium finishes. American rookie Jake Eidson finished third in points as the only driver to finish in the top-five in every race. Victor Franzoni won the first race but had two retirements and a DNS and fell to seventh in points and Clarke Toppe won the third race but it was his only top-five finish of the series as he finished fifth in points, six points behind Florian Latorre.

Drivers and teams[edit]

Team No. Drivers Notes
United States Afterburner Autosport 15 Brazil Gustavo Myasava
17 Brazil Victor Franzoni
18 Netherlands Jeroen Slaghekke
United States ArmsUp Motorsports 24 United States Peter Portante Barber only
51 United States Aaron Telitz
United States Belardi Auto Racing 4 Canada Daniel Burkett Barber only
14 France Florian Latorre
41 France Nico Jamin
44 United Kingdom Michael Epps
United States Cape Motorsports
w/ Wayne Taylor Racing
2 United States Jake Eidson
3 Brazil Danilo Estrela NOLA only
United States JAY Motorsports 96 Norway Henrik Furuseth
United States JDC Motorsports 12 Brazil Felipe Donato Barber only
93 Australia Scott Andrews
97 United States Clark Toppe
United States M2 Autosport 13 Colombia Juan Diego Maldonado
25 Colombia Santiago Lozano
United States Pabst Racing Services 23 United States Will Owen
77 United States Austin Cindric
United States Team E Racing 7 United States R. C. Enerson

Race calendar and results[edit]

The series schedule, along with the other Road to Indy series', was announced on October 24, 2013.[1]

Rnd Circuit Location Date Pole position Fastest lap Most laps led Winning driver Winning team
1 NOLA Motorsports Park Avondale, Louisiana February 21 United States R. C. Enerson Brazil Victor Franzoni not awarded Brazil Victor Franzoni United States Afterburner Autosport
2 February 22 United States Aaron Telitz United States R. C. Enerson United States R. C. Enerson United States Team E
3 United States Clark Toppe United States Clark Toppe United States Clark Toppe United States JDC Motorsports
4 Barber Motorsports Park Birmingham, Alabama February 25 United Kingdom Michael Epps United States Jake Eidson France Florian Latorre United Kingdom Michael Epps United States Belardi Auto Racing
5 United States R. C. Enerson United Kingdom Michael Epps United Kingdom Michael Epps United States Belardi Auto Racing
6 February 26 United States R. C. Enerson United States R. C. Enerson United States R. C. Enerson United States Team E

Championship standings[edit]

Drivers' Championship[edit]

Pos Driver NOL BAR Points
1 United States R. C. Enerson 3 1* 6 4 2 1* 146
2 United Kingdom Michael Epps 7 12 3 1 1* 2 132
3 United States Jake Eidson 5 3 2 5 5 4 118
4 France Florian Latorre 9 6 10 2* 3 5 103
5 United States Clark Toppe 8 8 1* 10 8 6 97
6 United States Aaron Telitz 16 14 5 7 4 3 85
7 Brazil Victor Franzoni 1 2 16 3 19 DNS 84
8 Australia Scott Andrews 17 4 4 8 9 7 78
9 Norway Henrik Furuseth 2 5 7 14 15 18 72
10 United States Austin Cindric 13 17 8 9 6 9 61
11 United States Will Owen 10 16 9 11 13 13 54
12 Netherlands Jeroen Slaghekke 14 13 12 12 10 12 53
13 France Nico Jamin 6 7 17 16 18 14 46
14 Brazil Gustavo Myasava 11 9 13 19 14 15 43
15 United States Peter Portante 6 7 8 42
16 Colombia Juan Diego Maldonado 15 11 15 15 16 16 38
17 Colombia Santiago Lozano 12 10 14 18 17 17 36
18 Brazil Danilo Estrela 4 15 11 35
19 Brazil Felipe Donato 13 11 10 29
20 Canada Daniel Burkett 17 12 11 23
Pos Driver NOL BAR 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
In-line notation
Championship Class only
Bold Pole position
(1 point)
Italics Ran fastest race lap
(1 point)
* Led most race laps
(1 point)

Teams'[edit]

Pos Team Points
1 United States Belardi Auto Racing 149
2 United States Team E Racing 115
3 United States Cape Motorsports w/ Wayne Taylor Racing 98
4 United States JDC Motorsports 80
5 United States ArmsUp Motorsports 72
6 United States Afterburner Autosport 65
7 United States JAY Motorsports 55
8 United States Pabst Racing Services 26
9 United States M2 Autosport 12

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mazda Road to Indy 2014 Schedule Confirmed, Andsersen Promotions PR, October 24, 2013, Retrieved 2013-11-05

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