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  • Martin Extends Top-Five Streak, Closes Gap to Third in Championship

     June 29, 2015| 
    • Team News
    Hot off a third-place podium Saturday in Toronto, Martin, who loves the wet conditions, advanced from his fourth-place starting position to third after a fantastic start, and battled with Aaron Telitz in the wet conditions, trading third position three times over the first seven laps of the race, culminating with Martin ultimately winning the battle, and taking sole possession of third place.
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  • Cape Motorsports USF2000 Toronto Recap

     June 25, 2015| 
    • Team News
    The Cape Motorsports with Wayne Taylor Racing team picked up another Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda win during the Allied Building Products Grand Prix of Toronto, June 12-14.
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  • JDC MotorSports Duo Battles Through Toronto

     June 19, 2015| 
    • Team News
    Florida’s Kyle Connery avoided a wild opening lap accident to take sixth in the first Pro Mazda Championship race of the weekend, and he backed this up with a solid tenth in Race 2 to record a pair of top-10s. Fellow JDC MotorSports pilot Parker Thompson was quick in his USF2000 Championship entry, but he got caught up in the mid-pack chaos in both races after a minor qualifying miscue mired him deep in the field.
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  • Gabin Secures First USF2000 Podium Finish for Team Pelfrey

     June 17, 2015| 
    • Team News
    Team Pelfrey enjoyed a productive weekend in Canada as the Mazda Road to Indy ventured to the streets of Toronto, Ont., Canada, in conjunction with the Verizon IndyCar Series. There was more good news for the Florida-based team in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda as MAZDASPEED scholarship driver Luke Gabin made his first visit to the podium in Race Two of the double-header.
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  • Jamin Increases Points Lead with Toronto Victory

     June 16, 2015| 
    • Series News
    For the third straight Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda race, the main combatants for the victory were sophomore drivers Nico Jamin and Jake Eidson. But this time the result was more satisfying for Jamin, who had been bested by his closest championship contender, Pabst Racing’s Eidson, after he started on pole in the prior two contests.
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