2000 Barber Dodge Pro Series

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2000 Barber Dodge Pro Series season
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The 2000 Barber Dodge Pro Series season was the fifteenth season of this racing series. The championship was won by Nilton Rossoni. Ryan Hunter-Reay won the Rookie of the Year title. This was the first season the series raced outside of the United States. The Barber Dodge Pro Series supported the CART World Series at the Molson Indy Vancouver

Drivers[edit]

All drivers use Dodge-powered, Michelin-shod Reynard 98E chassis.

No. Driver Note
4 United States Brent Sherman
5 Netherlands Sepp Koster
7 United States Jamie Menninga
8 United States Peter Boss
9 United States Roger Yasukawa 1999 Co-rookie of the year
11 Sweden Thed Björk
12 United States Keith Dusko
15 United States Aaron Bambach
United States Jonathon Bottoms Round 8 only
16 United States Jeff Morton
17 United States Matt Plumb
18 United States Bryan Sellers Round 10 & 11 only
19 United States Sara Senske Except round 7
United States Joey Hand Round 7 only
20 Brazil Alexandre Sperafico
21 United States Jon Vannini
22 United States Jay Ricci
23 United States Marc Breuers
22 United States Jay Ricci
25 United States Kip Gulseth
26 United States Rhonda Trammell
27 United Kingdom Charles Putt
28 Brazil Andre Nicastro
31 United States Ryan Hunter-Reay "Big Scholarship" winner
33 Venezuela Milka Duno
36 Brazil Nilton Rossoni
42 United States John Hall
44 United Kingdom Sam Hancock
45 Brazil Giuliano Pilagallo
46 Switzerland Gilles Tinguely
52 United States Jon Fogarty
53 United States Tom Fogarty
55 Canada John McCaig
62 United States Andy Lally As of round 2
63 United States Craig Duerson
66 Canada Ryan Vella
73 United States Jeff Glenn
77 United States Scott Mayer
82 Canada Jonathon Macri
83 United States Shareef Malnik
95 Canada Michael Valiante
97 United States Ryan Howe
99 United States Davy Cook
Brazil Vanderlan Jr.

Race calendar and results[edit]

Round Circuit Location Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Headline event
1[1] Sebring International Raceway United States Sebring, Florida March 18 Canada Michael Valiante Brazil Nilton Rossoni Brazil Nilton Rossoni 12 Hours of Sebring
2[2] Homestead-Miami Speedway United States Homestead, Florida March 25 Brazil Andre Nicastro Brazil Nilton Rossoni Brazil Nilton Rossoni Grand Prix of Miami
3[3] Nazareth Speedway United States Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania April 10 Netherlands Sepp Koster United States Roger Yasukawa Netherlands Sepp Koster Firestone Indy 225
4[4] Lime Rock Park United States Lime Rock, Connecticut May 29 United States Jon Fogarty Sweden Thed Björk United States Jon Fogarty Lime Rock Grand Prix
5[5] Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix United States Detroit, Michigan June 18 United States Jon Fogarty United States Matt Plumb United States Jon Fogarty Grand Prix of Detroit
6[6] Cleveland Burke Lakefront Airport United States Cleveland, Ohio July 1 Brazil Nilton Rossoni United States Jon Fogarty Brazil Nilton Rossoni Grand Prix of Cleveland
7[7] Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course United States Lexington, Ohio August 13 Sweden Thed Björk Sweden Thed Björk United States Jon Fogarty Miller Lite 250
8[8] Road America United States Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin August 20 Brazil Nilton Rossoni United States Jamie Menninga Brazil Nilton Rossoni Champ Car Grand Prix of Road America
9[9] BC Place Canada Vancouver September 2 United States Ryan Hunter-Reay United States Matt Plumb United States Matt Plumb Molson Indy Vancouver
10[10] Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca United States Monterey County, California September 10 Brazil Nilton Rossoni Brazil Nilton Rossoni Brazil Nilton Rossoni Monterey Grand Prix
11[11] Road Atlanta United States Braselton, Georgia September 30 Canada Michael Valiante Netherlands Sepp Koster Canada Michael Valiante Petit Le Mans
12[12] Homestead-Miami Speedway United States Homestead, Florida October 8 United States Jamie Menninga Netherlands Sepp Koster Brazil Nilton Rossoni Stand-alone event

Final standings[edit]

Color Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green 4th & 5th place
Light Blue 6th–10th place
Dark Blue 11th place or lower
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)
Driver replacement (Rpl)
Injured (Inj)
No race held (NH)
Rank Driver United States
SEB
United States
HMS1
United States
NAZ
United States
LRP
United States
DET
United States
CLE
United States
MDO
United States
ROA
Canada
VAN
United States
LAG
United States
RAT
United States
HMS2
Points
1 Brazil Nilton Rossoni 1 1 16 13 6 1 2 1 4 1 3 1 175
2 United States Jon Fogarty 3 2 6 1 1 3 1 9 5 2 15 4 155
3 Netherlands Sepp Koster 7 7 1 6 7 2 3 5 2 22 7 2 130
4 United States Matt Plumb 6 4 8 22 2 6 7 26 1 26 2 5 112
5 United States Ryan Hunter-Reay (R) 8 8 2 4 24 9 6 3 8 5 10 7 104
6 Canada Michael Valiante 2 11 4 18 26 10 9 7 17 6 1 6 97
7 United States Roger Yasukawa 4 25 5 11 5 5 8 4 11 25 5 8 94
8 United States Jamie Menninga 9 17 12 7 3 7 4 2 14 27 4 16 86
9 Brazil Alexandre Sperafico 5 9 9 5 23 23 18 10 7 4 8 3 85
10 Sweden Thed Björk 10 5 23 12 10 4 11 6 6 8 6 19 83
11 United States Andy Lally 3 3 2 11 24 5 21 3 74
12 Brazil Andre Nicastro 11 16 7 23 4 11 10 8 3 7 69
13 United States Peter Boss 12 6 14 3 9 12 14 25 12 9 54
14 United States Brent Sherman 13 13 11 10 8 25 13 24 20 10 9 14 43
15 United States Marc Breuers (R) 15 12 21 9 13 22 17 11 9 11 12 18 36
16 United States Kip Gulseth 16 14 17 19 12 16 16 13 10 12 14 17 21
17 United States Tom Fogarty 22 10 18 14 18 18 23 15 13 13 18 13 18
18 Canada Jonathan Macri 14 18 10 8 16
19 United States Sara Senske (R) 23 15 19 21 25 13 20 15 24 11 10 16
20 Canada John McCaig 15 8 28 19 9
21 United States Davy Cook 18 14 9 9
22 United States Jon Vannini (R) 20 21 15 15 17 14 27 19 22 15 16 12 9
23 Brazil Rafael Sperafico 11 5
24 United Kingdom Sam Hancock 28 23 13 20 14 5
25 United States Joey Hand 12 4
26 United States Bryan Sellers 12 4
27 United States Mikel Miller 13 3
28 United States Jeff Glenn 16 19 29 14 17 2
29 Switzerland Gilles Tinguely 15 1
30 United States Jon Morley 15 1
31 United States Shareef Malnik 15 1
32 United States Jay Ricci 26 20 16 19 17 20 16 18 0
33 United States Scott Mayer 25 DNS 22 20 25 17 16 19 17 0
34 Venezuela Milka Duno (R) 24 24 20 17 20 21 24 22 0
35 United States Craig Duerson (R) 17 0
36 United States John Hall 26 21 18 20 0
37 Canada Ryan Vella 18 0
38 United States Rhonda Trammell 19 19 22 22 23 21 0
39 United States Ryan Howe 19 16 0
40 United Kingdom Charles Putt 21 0
41 United States Jeff Morton 21 0
42 United States Jonathon Bottoms 21 0
43 United States Keith Dusko (R) 27 22 23 0
  • (R) indicates rookie driver

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References[edit]

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