Alliance Autosport with Scott Rettich behind the wheel finished out the 2013 USF2000 National Class season on a high note, picking up another pair of wins at the Marlin CNG Grand Prix of Houston to clinch the USF2000 National Class Championship.
Rettich, of Camden, Ohio, started the weekend off strong by winning the first race from the pole position. Strong rain showers fell shortly before the start of Race 2 which made the challenging temporary street circuit even more difficult. Rettich ran a consistent fast race in the treacherous wet conditions and picked up his 11th win in as many starts to close out the championship-winning season. Later that evening at the USF2000 banquet, he was also awarded the Tilton Hard Charger Award for passing 65 Championship Class cars over the course of the season.
“We had a great time in Houston,” stated Rettich. “The bumpy temporary street circuit certainly presented us with set up challenges, but we were able to develop a very good set up for both the dry and wet conditions. I would like to thank my team, Alliance Autosport, and my partners and supporters PDI Communication Systems, Mazda and Red Line Oil who all helped us achieve a perfect 11 for 11 win record in USF2000 competition this season!”
Alliance Autosport is a professional race team based in Columbus, Ohio. With multiple championships, including three SCCA National Championships and three SCCA Pro Racing Championships, the team has found success at both the club level and the professional level. Alliance Autosport is the SCCA Enterprises Great Lakes Division Customer Service Representative for Spec Racer Ford and Formula Enterprises. The team competes in SCCA Club Racing Regional and National Races, along with the USF2000 series. The team's services include arrive and drive in Spec Racer Ford, Formula Enterprises, and USF2000, preparation and track side support, transportation, storage, part sales, and driver coaching and development. Alliance Autosport’s team members are dedicated, hardworking, and know what it takes to win. More information about the team is available at http://www.allianceautosport.com and http://www.facebook.com/Alliance-Autosport. Drivers interested in testing or racing with Alliance Autosport are asked to contact Scott Rettich directly at firstname.lastname@example.org