Hopes to build on momentum following win at Virginia International Raceway
Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin – June 26, 2018 – James Roe Jr., of Naas, Kildare County, is looking forward to competing at yet another iconic US track – the 2.4-mile Mid-Ohio Road Course. Roe Jr. comes into the 7th and 8th rounds of the F2000 Championship with momentum following his recent win at VIR. Going into Mid-Ohio Roe Jr. trails the Championship leader by only 14 points.
After a very successful F2000 start looking forward to Mid-Ohio
Roe Jr. has podiumed at each of the first 3 venues that the Series has competed at – Road Atlanta, Watkins Glen, and VIR. He plans to build upon his early success to further close the gap with the Series points leader at Mid-Ohio. “I have never driven the track so just like every track this year I am going to have to learn it extremely quickly” said Roe Jr. “After looking at onboard footage and TV footage I am really excited about getting out there!”
Rounds 7 and 8 of the F2000 Championship are June 29th – July 1st at Mid-Ohio.
Keep up to date with James Jr.
Facebook – @JamesRoeJr
Twitter – @JamesRoe10
About ArmsUp Motorsports
Based Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin, ArmsUp Motorsports was established in 1995 by twenty year lead instructor for Skip Barber Racing School, Gregg Borland. It has since then grown to be a leading team in the world of motorsports. ArmsUp Motorsports is a full service prep facility with a team of highly experienced mechanics, driving coaches, and engineers readily available to assist in the success of each driver. The team specializes in Pro F2000, Formula Continental, Formula Atlantic, and Vintage Car racing.
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