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  • ArmsUp Motorsports Looks Ahead to 2016 USF2000 Season

     October 19, 2015| 
    • Team News
    It has been over a month since the 2015 USF2000 Championship came to a close at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, but things have hardly slowed down for Wisconsin-based team ArmsUp Motorsports. After a season full of highs and lows, the team finished the season off with a strong four car effort, now potentially preparing to increase the size of the program for the upcoming season.
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  • Driver Advancement Program Finalists Announced

     October 14, 2015| 
    • Series News
    Continuing to foster the next wave of up-and-coming drivers in the world of professional motorsports, Andersen Promotions and Mazda Road to Indy along with the MAXSpeed Group are pleased to announce today the 12 finalists chosen for the 2015 Driver Advancement Program.
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  • Twelve Finalists for Driver Advancement Program to be Announced October 14

     October 7, 2015| 
    • Series News
    With an overwhelming response to the 2015 Mazda Road to Indy and MAXSpeed Group Driver Advancement Program, representatives from both organizations have decided to delay the announcement of the 12 program finalists to Wednesday, October 14.
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  • My Mazda Road to Indy: Aaron Telitz

     October 6, 2015| 
    • Series News
    Few drivers can claim the ability to filet a bluegill in 25 seconds, but that statistic begins to tell the story of Wisconsin native Aaron Telitz who grew up on a fishing resort and began cleaning fish for resort guests at the age of 8. Known for his engaging personality as well as his driving skills, Telitz hopes to take the lessons learned in two solid seasons in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda to continue his climb up the Mazda Road to Indy ladder.
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  • Additional Worldwide Series Join Mazda Road to Indy Shootout Quest

     September 25, 2015| 
    • Series News
    The winners of F1600 championships in England, New Zealand and Scotland will join an expanding group of talented young drivers who be eligible to contest the Mazda Road to Indy USF2000 $200K Scholarship Shootout in 2016. The Shootout will be an unprecedented event, bringing the champions of North American and international series together for the first time with a $200,000 Mazda scholarship on the line to join the first step of the ladder system, the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda, in 2017.
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