Alliance Autosport Enters National Class Title ChaseAlliance Autosport
Alliance Autosport has announced its entry into the 2012 Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda. The team based in Columbus, Ohio, will compete full-time with multiple Formula Enterprises chassis in the National class.
Alliance Autosport joins the USF2000 Championship via the reconfigured National class with a very strong record of success in Formula Enterprises competition. Over the course of the last two years, the team has won the Formula Enterprises SCCA National Championship twice, the SCCA Pro Racing Formula Enterprises Series (2011), the Formula Enterprises SCCA Triple Crown (2010), and the Formula Enterprises SCCA Super Sweep twice. In addition to Alliance Autosport’s winning record, the team also has an incredible record of reliability. The team has made 44 starts in the Formula Enterprises class, and has never failed to finish a race due to a mechanical issue.
“We are very excited to join the USF2000 series,” stated Alliance Autosport Team Manager Suren Tchobanian. “We know the Formula Enterprises chassis very well, and with the success we have had, it was a natural choice for us to join the USF2000 Championship. We are thrilled that the class that we love competing in is now a part of the Mazda Road to Indy!”
Alliance Autosport will announce its driver line-up shortly. Currently the team has one Formula Enterprises seat available for the opening two USF2000 Championship events at Sebring International Raceway and on the streets St. Petersburg, Fla. Interested parties should contact Alliance Autosport at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alliance Autosport, which also competes in SCCA Club Racing and the Grand Am Rolex Series, commences its pursuit of Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda top honors on March 15-16 in Sebring, Fla., with Rounds One and Two in conjunction with the 60th Annual Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Fueled by Fresh from Florida.