Alliance Autosport Has Successful IMS Test

Alliance Autosport recently completed two days of testing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway during the annual Mazda Road to Indy Test.

Alliance Autosport driver Scott Rettich led all four testing sessions in the USF2000 National Class in one of the team’s Formula Enterprises machines.

“Testing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was an incredible experience,” stated Scott Rettich. “I have been dreaming about racing here since I started racing. I loved the track layout with the very high speed running on the oval, mixed with the lower speed sections in the infield.

“The track conditions were challenging with the cool temperatures, but we were able to improve our car every session and pick up more speed.

“I would like to thank the USF2000 Series, Cooper Tires, and Mazda for giving us the opportunity to test at Indianapolis Motor Speedway!”

The Alliance Autosport team, which earlier this year became a Customer Service Representative for the Formula Enterprises chassis, is now preparing for off season testing.

Drivers interested in testing with the multi-time National Formula Enterprises Championship winning team should contact Scott at

Alliance Autosport is a professional race team based in Columbus, Ohio. With multiple championships, including two 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 both 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.

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