Mazda Road to Indy Roundup: USF2000 Season Preview
Parity. It’s something that every racing series (and really every sports league) strives to achieve. A place where competitors arrive and—for the most part—stand a decent chance at a quality result. Thankfully, right here in our own backyards we have a formula car series where there are many more “haves” than “have nots.” That series is the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda.
eformulacarnews.com - EFCN One-on-One: USF2000 Championship Winterfest Race Winners
EORMULACARNEWS: First off congratulations on visiting victory lane in the recently completed Winterfest series. Let's start off by looking at the lead-up to the races. Did you get any sort of time in the car before arriving at NOLA Motorsports Park?
CLARK TOPPE: I did some preseason testing in December at NOLA, and also did the series test at Barber. I got a day in at MSR Houston the Monday before Winterfest started as well. All of the testing went very well, giving me the feeling that the pre-season racing would be good. JDC and myself had made some good improvements at all of the tracks, giving us a baseline to go off of for the Winterfest series.
JDC Motorsports USF2000 Championship Winterfest Victory Lane
Toppe scored the win in Louisiana and Andrews added top-fives in Alabama
MINNEAPOLIS, MN (February 28, 2014) – JDC MotorSports commenced its 2014 campaign with a return to the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda victory lane. The professional motorsports operation recently completed the six-race Cooper Tires Winterfest for the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda series (February 21-22 & 25-26). Clark Toppe began his second season of championship action with a win and a pair of top-10 finishes during the NOLA Motorsports Park tripleheader, and followed that up with three top-10s during the three races at Barber Motorsports Park.