F1000 Championship Weekend Is Almost Here

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Following a wild 2019 championship season which started in April at a wet Road Atlanta, champions will be crowned and over $9,000 in cash and prizes will be given away this coming weekend – September 14-15 at New Jersey Motorsports Park.

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With 6 wins the #77 of Alex Mayer has a slim lead over the #08 of Nicho Vardis, leading to a championship fight between the two Suzuki powered JDR F1000 cars.   Vardis still has to fight for the driver’s title, but with his 4 wins has locked up the 2019 Rookie of the Year title.

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CLICK HERE to view the 2019 Championship Points Table

Behind the top 2 there is also a close point battle for 3rd in the championship between Steve Hamilton and Tim Pierce.  With multiple podiums between the two, only 4 points separate the #93 and the #81 going into championship weekend.

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Not to be left out, the battle for 6th through 10th is just as close – with less than a race win’s worth of points between the 5 drivers.   New Jersey is sure a race not to miss!!

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New Jersey Event Schedule

Saturday
Practice 1 > 8:30 – 9:00

Practice 2 > 10:45 – 11:15
Qualifying Round 13 > 2:55 – 3:25

Dinner Social / Random Drawing Awards > 6:00pm

Sunday
Round 13 Race > 8:30 am
Qualifying Round 14 > 11:15 – 11:45
Round 14 Race > 2:55 pm

CHAMPIONSHIP AWARDS CEREMONY > 5:00 PM 

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Formula 1000 cars are 1000cc superbike-powered open-wheel formula cars, with six-speed sequential shifting, fully adjustable wings and suspension; and are capable of speeds in excess of 170 mph, cornering and braking at over 3 g’s.  With 7 chassis and engine manufacturers to choose from, Formula 1000 is truly one of the last open-design racing series available in North America.

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For more information about the North American Formula 1000 Championship and to get trackside updates every weekend – follow on social media – @NorthAmF1000

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