Roman De Angelis de retour en 2017/ is back for 2017 season

Roman De Angelis est de retour en 2017 / is back for 2017 season

BGR Piper Racecars Welcomes Back Roman De Angelis

BGR Piper Racecars welcomes back Roman De Angelis for the 2017 season. The returning driver is coming off an outstanding 2016 rookie season that saw him win races in the Toyo Tires F1600 Championship, The Formula Tour 1600 Series as well as the Canadian F1600 Super Series.  He was the 2016 Rookie of the Year in the Toyo Tires Championship as well as gathering best new driver awards from both BARC-OC and CASC.

The Formula Tour 1600 Series named Roman as the most improved driver over the course of the 2016 season where he claimed a very close 3rd place in the final point standings of the Quebec based series.   Capturing 4 wins in the Toyo Tires F1600 Championship along with many other podiums vaulted Roman to runner up in the Championship.

Direction Formulatour 1600

Formulaires d’inscription 2017 / Registration 2017 forms

Les formulaires pour vous inscrire à la saison 2017 sont disponible / Series Registration forms are available :

Formulatour club 2017 (requis pour obtenir /Mandatory for licence ASQ/ASN)

INSCRIPTION AU CHAMPIONNAT 2017_Français     REGISTRATION FORM 2017_English  (Pour réserver votre No F1600 & obtenir vos informations personnelles / To do car No reservation as well as personnals info’s)

Tous ces formulaires sont disponibles sous la rubrique / All forms are available Under:   www.siteformulatour1600.com/?page_id=9

 

On se voit bientôt / See you soon

 

Merry Christmas & Happy new year 2017

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La direction de Formula Tour 1600 désirent souhaiter à tous ses membres et supporteurs joyeux noel 2016 & 2017 remplie de succès et de plaisir au travers cette passion qui nous animent tous. Gros merci à nos commanditaires STCH transport logistique , ENEOS  ,TOYOTIRES , HPD Racing, Road to Indy /Thanks to all Formula Tour sponsors

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Santé, bonheur et prospérité et les meilleurs moments avec les personnes qui vous sont chers!

Sincèrement

Formula Tour 1600 édition 2016

 

Road to Indy shoot out 2016 / Askew win & Trenton 5e

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Voici la liste des pilotes et des pays représentés pour le test USF2000 2017 / The full list of scholarship Shootout contestants (with age and hometown) and their affiliation:

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    1. Oliver Askew, 19, Jupiter, Fla. – Team USA Scholarship (2016 Winner)
    2. Will Brown, 18, Toowoomba, Australia – Australian Formula Ford Championship
    3. Marcel Coletta, 14, Sao Paulo, Brazil – Seletiva de Kart Petrobras (Brazil)
    4. Tim de Silva, 20, Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. – Pacific F2000 Championship
    5. Trenton Estep, 16, San Antonio, Texas – Formula Tour 1600 (Canada)
    6. Austin Garrison, 18, Davie, Fla. – U.S. Rotax MAX Challenge (U.S. Open Rotax Senior class)
    7. Kyle Kirkwood, 18, Jupiter, Fla. – Team USA Scholarship
    8. Matt Machiko, 25, Pittsburgh, Pa. – SCCA National Championship Runoffs (FM)
    9. Neil Maclennan, 18, Inverness, Scotland – Beatson’s Scottish FF1600 Championship
    10. Axel Matus, 18, Guadalajara, Mexico – Formula Panam
    11. Niall Murray, 21, Dublin, Ireland – BRSCC Avon Tires FF1600 Championship
    12. Peter Portante, 20, Plainville, Conn. – F1600 Formula F Championship Series
    13. Timo Reger, 20, Houston, Texas – Skip Barber Race Series
    14. Nigel Saurino, 21, Tulsa, Okla. – SCCA National Championship Runoffs (FC)
    15. Michael Scott, 21, Te Puke, New Zealand – New Zealand Formula Ford Championship
    16. Jonathan Sugianto, 20, Alhambra, Calif. – Formula Car Challenge Presented by Goodyear
    17. Karthik Tharani, 22, Chennai, India – MMSC MRF F1600 Indian Championship
    18. Oliver White, 23, Bath, England – Mountney SuperSeries for Formula Ford 1600

Le gagnant pour une saison complete en USF2000 d’une valeur de 20000$US (250000$ CDN) est: / The USF2000 winner for a ful season for free (value of 200000$US or 250000$CDN) is:

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Oliver Askew, 19, Jupiter, Fla. – Team USA Scholarship 

Formulatour1600 représente le Canada auprès du programme Américain ROAD TO INDY et est très fier de faire partie de ce groupe sélect et aussi très fier de Trenton Estep (5e place)  notre champion 2016 qui est le plus jeune de tous les participants

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Formulatour 1600 represent Canada as a ROAD TO INDY partner is proud to be part of this very select group and also very proud of Trenton Estep (5e overall) our 2016 season who is the youngest driver on that prestigious drivers list

18 pilotes/drivers pour/for $200K Scholarship Shootout Road to Indy

Judges/Format Announced for MRTI $200K Scholarship Shootout

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Strong Panel Tasked with Narrowing Talented Field of 18 Drivers

PALMETTO, Fla. (December 1, 2016) – As 18 drivers representing nine countries prepare to head to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca next week for the Mazda Road to Indy USF2000 $200K Scholarship Shootout (#MRTIShootout), a panel of seven judges is in place to select the inaugural winner who will earn a seat in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda in 2017.

The unprecedented event brings together talent from select junior level open-wheel and karting series with the best-of-the-best vying for a slot on the first step of the Mazda Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires driver development ladder, which offers scholarships for talented young drivers to progress all the way from the grassroots of the sport to the Verizon IndyCar Series and the Indianapolis 500.

Throughout 2016, nearly 400 drivers from 20 open-wheel racing championships competed for an entry ticket to the Shootout.

The panel of judges will be led by Joel Miller, a mechanical engineering graduate and factory driver for Mazda in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship in addition to duties as driver coach/steward for the USF2000 series. He will be joined by Verizon IndyCar Series driver Spencer Pigot, the 2015 Indy Lights champion and four-time Mazda scholarship recipient who also participates in Mazda’s factory driver line-up in IMSA; fellow Mazda factory sports car driver Jonathan Bomarito who in addition to being an accomplished driver coach was the 2003 USF2000 champion; Andrew Carbonell, a Mazda factory driver in the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge who was a lead test driver in the development of the new Global Mazda MX-5 race car; and Scott Goodyear, a former race winner in the IndyCar ranks and current expert analyst for ESPN and ABC’s coverage of the series including the Indianapolis 500.

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« The MRTI Shootout at Mazda Raceway will be the first of its kind taking champions from around the world and introducing them to the MRTI ladder,” said Miller. “The goal is to find the next driver that can win at each level of the ladder and move on to IndyCar. Mazda and its partners have put together a clear path which does not exist anywhere else and this Shootout is the first step.

“Each judge on the panel has been part of various shootouts in their own motorsport careers and thus know what is needed to find the best during the on-track sessions. It will be fun to help bring in the new group of talent to the Mazda Road to Indy and I’m thankful for the opportunity.”

Rounding out the panel will be Mazda Motorsports’ representatives Kyle Kimball, Operations Manager, and Jim Bowie, owner of Brandrenaline, Mazda Motorsports’ agency of record in the U.S. and Canada.

Drivers will showcase their skills on the 2.238-mile road course in equally prepared cars from the Lucas Oil School of Racing which features Ray GR-RSC open-wheel cars on Cooper tires powered by Elite Engines’ 2-liter 140 HP powerplants and sequential gearboxes controlled by Pro Shift paddle shifter systems with rev-matching capability.

Shootout activities kick off on Monday, December 5, with an orientation day featuring an overview of the Lucas Oil School of Racing cars as well as car selections and driver fittings, followed by a driver’s meeting and an introduction to the judging panel.

Track activities will begin on Tuesday following track orientation. Drivers will be divided into four groups, each receiving three on-track sessions interspersed with instructor feedback. Following an initial on-track session on Wednesday morning, the judging panel will be tasked with narrowing the field in the first elimination round. The continuing drivers will take part in a qualifying session followed by a 30-minute race after which judges will convene for a final time to select the winner.

While outright speed will be one factor in the judges decisions, other criteria is in place to select a candidate that will make a good overall Mazda and series representative.

Additional attendees will include representatives from Andersen Promotions – including COO Michelle Kish and USF2000/Pro Mazda Race Director Scot Elkins – Chris Pantani, Director of Event Marketing and Motorsports for Cooper Tires, and Lucas Oil Racing School founder Neil Enerson and COO Todd Snyder.

The USF2000 series will see a revitalization in 2017 with the introduction of the new, state-of-the-art Mazda-powered Tatuus USF-17. The chassis represents a significant technology leap over the current Van Diemen. In addition to enhanced safety features, upgrades include a six-speed paddle shift gearbox, two-way adjustable dampers, Cosworth data system and ECU, LCD steering wheel, four-piston PFC brakes and more. All 35 cars in the initial order have been sold. 

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Wish you the best Trenton !!!

Mazda Road to Indy USF2000 $200K Scholarship Shootout Schedule of Event

Monday, December 5 

  1:00 pm                      Car Introduction
  1:30 pm                      Car Selections and Driver Fittings
  2:30 pm                      Cooper Tire Markings
  3:00 pm                      Driver’s Meeting/Judging Panel Introductions
  5:15 pm                      Drivers/Mazda Executives/Judges Mixer and Dinner 

Tuesday, December 6

  7:30 am                      Track Orientation with Judges
  9:00 am                      Group 1 On-Track Activities
  9:30 am                      Group 2 On-Track Activities
10:00 am                       Group 3 On-Track Activities
10:30 am                       Group 4 On-Track Activities
11:00 am                       Lunch and Instructor Feedback
12:00 pm                      Group 1 On-Track Activities
12:30 pm                      Group 2 On-Track Activities
  1:00 pm                      Group 3 On-Track Activities
  1:30 pm                      Group 4 On-Track Activities
  2:00 pm                      Instructor Feedback
  2:30 pm                      Group 1 On-Track Activities
  3:00 pm                      Group 2 On-Track Activities
  3:30 pm                      Group 3 On-Track Activities
  4:00 pm                      Group 4 On-Track Activities
  4:30 pm                      Instructor Feedback
  7:00 pm                      Drivers and Judges Dinner 

Wednesday, December 7

  7:30 am                      New Car Selections
  7:45 am                      Driver Fitting Adjustments
  9:00 am                      Group 1 (Revised) On-Track Activities
  9:30 am                      Group 2 (Revised) On-Track Activities
10:00 am                       Group 3 (Revised) On-Track Activities
10:30 am                       Group 4 (Revised) On-Track Activities
11:00 am                       Lunch, First Eliminations and Finalists Driver’s Meeting
12:00 pm                      Finalist Group 1 Qualifying
12:30 pm                      Finalist Group 2 Qualifying
  1:00 pm                      Instructor Feedback
  1:30 pm                      Simulation Race – 30 Minutes
  2:00 pm                      Judges Convene – Shootout Winner Selected

About Mazda, Mazda Motorsports: Mazda Motorsports boasts the most comprehensive auto racing development ladder system of any auto manufacturer in the world. The Mazda Road to Indy includes USF2000, Pro Mazda and Indy Lights racing categories with Mazda power. In sports car racing, a similar ladder system involves a number of racing series, culminating with the Mazda Prototype team which races in the top level of IMSA sports car racing in North America. In the grassroots categories, more Mazdas race on any given weekend in North America than any other manufacturer.

Mazda North American Operations is headquartered in Irvine, Calif., and oversees the sales, marketing, parts and customer service support of Mazda vehicles in the United States and Mexico through nearly 700 dealers.  Operations in Mexico are managed by Mazda Motor de Mexico in Mexico City.  For more information on Mazda vehicles, including photography and B-roll, please visit the online Mazda media center at www.mazdausamedia.com.

About Cooper Tire & Rubber Company: Cooper Tire & Rubber Company, together with its subsidiaries, is a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of innovative, great-performing tires that people depend on for all of life’s road trips, whether on city streets, off-road adventures or high-speed tracks. In fact, Cooper Tire is proud to sponsor and race in all three levels of the Mazda Road to Indy development program within the IndyCar racing series. Cooper tires can also been seen on the track as a sponsor of the IMSA Prototype Lites Series, and competing in the short course off-road TORC Series. Headquartered in Findlay, Ohio, Cooper, together with its subsidiaries, has manufacturing, sales, distribution, technical and design facilities in 11 countries around the world.  This year, as we head into our second century in the tire industry, Cooper is looking toward a future where innovation will continue to drive our products and our products will continue to drive the world. To connect with Cooper Tire, visit www.coopertire.com, www.facebook.com/coopertire or www.twitter.com/teamcoopertire.