Cape Motorsports USF2000 Toronto Recap
 June 25, 2015| 
  • Team News

The Cape Motorsports with Wayne Taylor Racing team picked up another Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda win during the Allied Building Products Grand Prix of Toronto, June 12-14.

Cape driver Nico Jamin started on the pole, while teammate Aaron Telitz started third. On the opening lap, eventual race winner Jake Eidson got the jump on Jamin to take the lead.

Jamin did all he could to get around the leader but had to settle for second. Telitz was involved in an early-race incident and worked his way to fifth. After another incident dropped him to 11th, he battled his way back to sixth, where he finished.

In Race 2, the duo started second (Jamin) and third (Telitz). In a reversal from Race 1, Jamin was able to get past Eidson, who started on pole, to pick up his fifth win of the season.

Telitz also had a battle on his hand as he and rookie Anthony Martin traded the third position three times during a seven-lap span.  In the end, Telitz finished fourth.

“It was a good race weekend for both drivers,” said team owners Dominic and Nicholas Cape. “This is a tough course, so we’re very happy with the performance of our drivers. Kudos to another great effort from our crew.”

In the driver standings, Jamin holds a 16-point lead over Eidson (292-276). Telitz is still in the hunt in third with 235 points. Cape Motorsports has a commanding 109-point lead in the team championship.

The team will be back on track July 31-August 2 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for the lone triple-header of the season. 
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