Comprent Motor Sports Set to Challenge for National Class Honors in 2012 USF2000 National Championship
 January 12, 2012| 
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Championship-winning Georgia-based squad to run Formula Enterprises entry

ATHENS, GA. – Comprent Motor Sports is pleased to announce its plans to contest the upcoming Cooper Tires Presents the USF2000 National Championship Powered by Mazda as part of its championship-winning Formula Enterprises program. The renowned Georgia-based team, which has a proven track record in junior formula car ranks, will now be part of the prestigious Mazda Road to Indy program via the new look National class.

Comprent Motor Sports has an extensive history of competing and succeeding in premier race series in North America, and that trend is set to continue in 2012. Building on its recent success in the Formula Enterprises ranks - which includes a record-setting Formula Enterprises Pro Series title win in 2010 by 15 year-old Sean Rayhall - Comprent will field one or more cars in the National class (featuring Zetec-powered F2000 cars and Formula Enterprises cars) of the USF2000 National Championship. With the new program, the squad is now is ideally positioned to continue its role of developing young talent, providing up-and-coming racers with all the tools to showcase their talents within the prestigious Mazda Road to Indy program at a cost effective price. The move into USF2000 competition also reunites the Georgia team with the revitalized series, as Comprent previously competed in the inaugural running of the series in the 1990's.

"We are excited about the chance to race the Formula Enterprises car in the USF2000 National Championship," stated Comprent Motor Sports owner Kevin Kloepfer. "As part of the Mazda Road to Indy program, it is a great opportunity for talented up-and-coming drivers to make their mark. Given you can run the full season for approximately $100,000, considerably less than anything else at this level, we are hoping we can get one or two talented young drivers behind the wheel this season."

Comprent Motor Sports is currently seeking drivers with the talent and desire to challenge for top honors in the National class of the USF2000 National Championship. Kloepfer and his talented crew, which includes veteran standouts Terry Jinks (Engineer) and Chuck Fuller (Mechanic), have the experience and expertise to not only help racers get the most from themselves and their racing steed, but also help develop young talented racers into championship-winning race car professionals.

Comprent Motor Sports' quest for Cooper Tires Presents the USF2000 National Championship Powered by Mazda glory begins on March 16-17, as part of the 60th Anniversary Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring. Ahead of the season-opener, the Georgia-based team will conduct private testing and potentially take part in the second annual Cooper Tires Winterfest series, which gets underway on February 6-7, at Sebring International Raceway. Interested drivers are encouraged to contact Kloepfer.

Additional information on Comprent Motor Sports can be obtained from the team’s website @ For direct contact, please contact Kevin Kloepfer @ 706-543-1797. Comprent Motor Sports is continually looking to add standout drivers to its race programs, with interested parties encouraged to contact Team Principal Kevin Kloepfer. 


About Comprent Motor Sports:
Under the guidance of Team Principal Kevin Kloepfer, Comprent Motor Sports is widely regarded as a leading junior formula car and sports car team and prep shop. Since its inception in 1988, the Georgia-based operation has not only assisted weekend warriors get the most from themselves and their equipment, but also helped train and develop talented young drivers for a career in motorsports. Comprent Motor Sports is a proven winner in both the amateur and pro racing ranks, having earned SCCA National Championship titles in Formula Atlantic (1990) and Sports 2000 (2005), as well as the IMSA Lites championship crown (2008) with Jonathan Goring and the SCCA Pro Racing Formula Enterprises Pro Series title (2010) with 15 year-old Sean Rayhall. Enhancing its racing endeavors, Comprent Motor Sports is the SCCA Enterprises Customer Service Representative for the northern portion of the Southeast Division, and the official Elite Racing Transmission distributor for the U.S.A. The Georgia-based team won three races and finished second in the team standings of the Prototype Lites Championship title in 2011, as well as contested the entire SCCA Pro Racing Formula Enterprises Series, securing sixth in the championship chase.

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