Elkhart Lake, Wis. (June 9, 2022) – Turn 3 Motorsport is set to race at fan favorite circuit Road America for Rounds 9 and 10 of the Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires as the series reaches the halfway point in the 2022 season. The team has performed well at the 4.014-mile, 14-turn road course in years past, earning some of their strongest results last year in both the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship and Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires and taking the Indy Pro 2000 win in 2020 with current Indy Lights driver Danial Frost.
Having scored a pole and/or podium result at every event thus far, the team is eager to continue its victorious streak as the season continues this weekend at Road America.
#3 Josh Green // Indy Pro 2000
“The team and I have continued to grow every weekend this season, and I’m excited to show our strengths at Road America,” said Green. “Turn 3 has had a very strong car there ever since their first season, and I know we will capitalize on that throughout our weekend. Looking forward to seeing everyone there!”
#2 Jonathan Browne // Indy Pro 2000
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“I’m looking forward to getting back to a road course this weekend,” said Browne. “It will be my first time racing at Road America, so I’ll be looking to learn quickly to set myself up for a strong weekend.”
#33 Spike Kohlbecker // USF2000
“Road America is another amazing track on our calendar,” said Kohlbecker. “It’s fast, flowing, and creates some good racing. Last year I podiumed at this track, and this year I’m looking to do the same. Make sure to tune in to Road To Indy TV to watch all the sessions live!”
#32 Christian Weir // USF2000
“We’re getting to the point in the season now where we are going to some of the tracks that I’ve been to already, and I’m looking forward to building off the momentum we’ve made,” said Weir. “I believe we can challenge around Road America and that this can be my breakthrough event.”
Turn 3 Motorsport Team Owner
“I’m very excited to be racing at Road America,” said Team Owner Peter Dempsey. “It’s the closest race we have to our home base in Chicago, and it’s a track I have a lot of great memories at both as a driver and as a team owner. I won my first race here as a driver and then as a team owner. We have developed a strong package here over the years, and I’m really looking forward to having a successful weekend. Hopefully the drivers can step up and make some magic happen this weekend for our team.”
Pre-event testing begins today follow by practice and qualifying sessions on Friday and races on Saturday and Sunday. A full weekend schedule is detailed below.
THURSDAY, JUNE 9
8:55-9:55am – USF2000 Test 1
10:05-11:05am – Indy Pro 2000 Test 1
1:00-2:00pm – USF2000 Test 2
2:10-3:10pm – Indy Pro 2000 Test 2
FRIDAY, JUNE 10
8:00-8:30am – USF2000 Practice
8:45-9:15am – Indy Pro 2000 Practice
10:30-11:00am – USF2000 Qualifying 1
11:15-11:45am – Indy Pro 2000 Qualifying 1
1:30-2:00pm – USF2000 Qualifying 2
SATURDAY, JUNE 11
8:00-8:30am – Indy Pro 2000 Qualifying 2
11:00-11:45am – USF2000 Race 1
2:15-3:05pm – Indy Pro 2000 Race 1
3:20-4:05pm – USF2000 Race 2
SUNDAY, JUNE 12
8:30-9:20am – Indy Pro 2000 Race 2
All times Central Standard Time.
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