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  • First-Time Winners Eidson and Latorre Share Honors in Toronto

     July 20, 2014| 
    • Series News
    Cape Motorsports with Wayne Taylor Racing enjoyed a banner day on the streets of Toronto as teenaged teammates Jake Eidson and Florian Latorre each earned their first Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda victories during the Allied Building Products Grand Prix of Toronto.
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  • ArmsUp Motorsports Friday Report

     July 19, 2014| 
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    Telitz, Portante and Dayson recap Friday's practice and qualifying sessions
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  • ArmsUp Motorsports Seeks Second Consecutive Win

     July 17, 2014| 
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    The past month has been a busy one for the Wisconsin based team, with several tests and new partnerships formed during the break. Riding that momentum, it's back to business this week for Aaron Telitz, Peter Portante and James Dayson on the downtown 1.75 mile, 11 turn street circuit.
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  • Dayson Finally Begins his Season in Toronto

     July 17, 2014| 
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    James Dayson will make his eagerly awaited return to the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda this week at the Allied Building Products Grand Prix of Toronto. Dayson, who hails from Vancouver, B.C., Canada, will drive the #16 Van Diemen-Mazda for ArmsUp Motorsports.
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  • Burkett Ready to Lead Belardi Pairing into Toronto

     July 17, 2014| 
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    The Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda will make its only trip north of the border this coming weekend, and the Belardi Auto Racing operation will arrive with two tractor trailers to attack the Toronto Indy, running in the Indy Lights series as well. Belardi will have a pair of USF2000 drivers in the paddock, and for one, it will be a big home nation race in which to aim for a career-best finish. Winnipeg, Manitoba’s Daniel Burkett may still be over 1200 miles from his hometown, but the event in Toronto represents his home race and he will be focused on putting the Canadian flag on the podium in both of the weekend’s main events. Dutch pilot Jeroen Slaghekke will join Burkett, coming off a strong fourth place finish at the Night Before The 500 at Lucas Oil Raceway in May.
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