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July 08, 2013
ST. ALBANS, ENGLAND – UK up-and-comer Michael Epps will be back behind the wheel when the renowned Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda title fight resumes on July 13-14, with Rounds Six and Seven on the streets of Toronto in Canada. As part of a multi-car effort by Belardi Auto Racing, the talented 21-year-old joins the series race winner poised to build on a strong mid-season test, and focused on being part of the pack fighting for top honors at the demanding street circuit.
Epps, having made his North American junior formula car debut earlier in the year via doubleheaders at the historic Sebring International Raceway road course and St. Petersburg street circuit back in March, has been working hard at getting back behind the wheel in the highly regarded development series. Thankfully, after missing the lone oval on the series calendar, the opportunity to do just that has arrived via a new partnership with Belardi Auto Racing.
While the former British Formula Vee Championship runner-up will make his official debut with Belardi Auto Racing during the twin bill run, piloting the No. 44 P1 Sports Management/UNATION/iRacing Motorsport Simulations/Anytime Fitness UK entry around the Canadian National Exhibition grounds in Toronto, he enters the weekend having already worked with the talented squad. Epps recently took part in a private test with the Indiana-based team at Putnam Park. The UK racer, who also holds New Zealand citizenship, made the most of the outing to not only develop a rapport with his new mechanics and engineers, but also with his new fellow rookie teammates Daniel Burkett, Matt McMurry, and Peter Portante. Given how things went during the two-day run, both Epps and Belardi Auto Racing are excited about getting on-track for Rounds Six and Seven.
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