Rettich Claims Three Wins for Alliance Autosport at Mid-Ohio
 August 11, 2013| 
  • Team News

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Alliance Autosport driver Scott Rettich had an incredible weekend at his home track, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, coming away with three wins in the USF2000 National class. 


In Race One, Rettich started the No. 71 PDI Communication Systems/Springboro Car Wash/Alliance Autosport entry first in the National Class presented by SCCA Enterprises. While many competitors went off track during the very challenging wet conditions, Rettich ran a strong pace and stayed on track to claim his first National Class win of the weekend.  

For Race Two, the skies cleared and to the relief of many drivers the very challenging Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course was dry. Rettich started from the pole and after holding off challenges from both his teammate Ryan Verra and James Dayson early in the race, he was able to pull away to a sizeable margin and take the win.


In Race Three, Rettich again started first in class and avoided a very big wreck at the start of the race that resulted in 11 wrecked cars. On the restart after the red flag, Rettich was able to open up a gap and come away with his third National Class win of the weekend. 

“It feels amazing to win all three races at my home track in front of so many of my fans and supporters,” stated Rettich. “We knew we would be very strong at our home track and the Alliance Autosport team gave me a very fast and reliable car.”

About Alliance Autosport

Alliance Autosport is a professional race team based in Columbus, Ohio. With multiple championships, including two SCCA National Championships and three SCCA Pro Racing Championships, the team has found success at both the club level and the professional level. Alliance Autosport is the SCCA Enterprises Great Lakes Division Customer Service Representative for Spec Racer Ford and Formula Enterprises. The team competes in SCCA Club Racing Regional and National Races, along with the USF2000 series. The team's services include arrive and drive in Spec Racer Ford, Formula Enterprises, and USF2000, preparation and track side support, transportation, storage, part sales, and driver coaching and development. Alliance Autosport’s team members are dedicated, hardworking, and know what it takes to win. 

More information about the team is available at and Drivers interested in testing or racing with Alliance Autosport are asked to contact Scott Rettich directly at

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