Enders Looking Ahead as Season Reaches Its Final Stretch
 July 16, 2018| 
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Toronto, Ont, Canada – Kory Enders had high hopes for the eighth and ninth rounds of the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda in Toronto. The race weekend ended up being plagued with race incidents due to the difficult nature of the Canadian street course and Enders fell in 16th place in Race One and 14th in Race Two.

The American qualified his #11 DEForce Racing Tatuus USF-17 in 10th and 11th out of the 19 cars entered in the event. In Race One on Saturday, there was an early full-course caution caused by Jose Sierra and Darren Keane in Turn 4. Determined to make up positions, Enders pushed his way through the streets of Toronto until mid-way through the race when he overshot Turn 8 and grazed his tires with the wall and was unable to recover, finishing in 16th.

 

Race Two on Sunday was looking much more promising as DEForce Racing worked hard overnight to get the #11 back on track. Despite his contact with the tire wall in Race One, Enders continued to push hard and showed much better pace than the day before and managed to avoid a major pile-up on the first lap that took out several drivers. With only a few laps to go in the race, Bruna Tomaselli went straight into the tire wall in Turn 3 just as Enders was rounding the same corner and he was unable to avoid her. Both drivers race weekends ended right there leaving Enders in 14th. 

With Toronto behind him, Enders has his sights set on mastering the 13 turns of Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on July 18th and 19th for the tenth and eleventh rounds of the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda.

Kory Enders

Driver #11 DEForce Racing Tatuus USF-17

"This wasn’t the best weekend for the team. Unfortunately, Jose Sierra and I each suffered DNF’s in the first race due to contact with another car. Then we were doing really well in the second race and had another unfortunate contact with a blind corner and an unexpected yellow flag in front of us. So clearly it didn’t go the way we wanted it to go, but we do know that we are very strong for the next race coming up at Mid-Ohio. We are putting this weekend behind us and pushing hard for the next one.”

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