Date: August 9, 2012 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 1032
Luigi Biangardi raced to a fourth place finish at Mid-Ohio in round seven of the Cooper Tires presents the USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda. On a damp but drying track Biangardi drove his ArmsUp Motorsports car from eighth on the grid to fourth in a race that was shortened by full course cautions. The result capped the event off on a strong result after an otherwise tough weekend for the Chicago native and his team after an electrical gremlin led to a retirement in round six one day earlier.
Date: July 18, 2012 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 954
ArmsUp Motorsports made its first vintage racing start of the season this past weekend at The Hawk with Brian Redman at Road America. One of the biggest vintage events in the country, The Hawk features some of the most recognizable racecars from motorsports glorious past. ArmsUp Motorsports brought two cars to the summer classic. Walter Vollrath campaigned his 1978 Lola 497 C-Sports Racer (CSR). Rick Balsley, driving his 1969 Brabham Formula B car, made his first race start since undergoing neck surgery last year. Vollrath would go on to win the Historic CSR class with Balsley putting in a fine drive from the back to third in Vintage FB after a difficult heat race.
Date: July 11, 2012 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 1134
Jerry Szykulski and ArmsUp Motorsports continued their domination of all things Formula Continental (FC) at the Freedom Sprints Double National at High Plains Raceway in Deer Trail, Colorado. Running in scorching heat, track temperatures approached 140 degrees, Szykulski swept the double feature event setting the FC track record at High Plains in the process. Jim Victor joined his teammate on the podium running second in both races allowing ArmsUp to lockout the top two steps of the podium for the first time this season.
Date: June 20, 2012 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 1392
ArmsUp Motorsports and Jerry Szykulski each claimed their first SCCA June Sprints victory in the Formula Continental (FC) class last weekend. Having come heartbreakingly close to victory on several occasions over the past seven years the ArmsUp team left nothing to chance for the 2012 edition of the summer classic. Szykulski put in a dominating performance all weekend. The Minnesota driver won the pole, and set the fastest race lap en route to the victory. Szykulski was joined on the podium by ArmsUp new comer Brian Belardi who drove to third in his debut with the team. Jim Victor scored his third career fifth place result in FC. In the Formula Atlantic category, Jose Paredes scored a fifth place result in his first race start of the 2012 season.
Date: June 5, 2012 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 969
ArmsUp Motorsports driver Luigi Biangardi raced to an 11th place finish in the Cooper Tires Presents the USF2000 National Championship Powered by Mazda event at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis. The event, run as part of the famed "Night Before the 500", marked Biangardi's oval debut. Starting from the 19th spot after a slide in qualifying Biangardi, in his No. 15 Inject-It/Gulfstream Properties/Slick Locks/Chicago Indoor Racing car, advanced eight positions to 11th during the 46 lap event.
Date: May 24, 2012 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 1294
ArmsUp Motorsports driver Jerry Szykulski scored his first SCCA National victory of the season at the Carl Mueller National. Szykulski had a perfect event in the Formula Continental (FC) class, scoring the pole, setting the fastest race lap, and taking a dominate win on the 1.9-mile Blackhawk Farms circuit. Following his teammate home with a fifth place finish was ArmsUp veteran Jim Victor. In the Formula Atlantic (FA) category, Dan Bruggeman made his debut with ArmsUp Motorsports behind the wheel of a Ralt RT-41. Bruggeman had a solid weekend earning a third place result as the checkered flag fell.
Jerry Szykulski drove to a dominate win at Blackhawk Farms
(Photo Courtesy ArmsUp Motorsports)
Date: May 10, 2012 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 1162
ArmsUp Motorsports spent the better part of last week traveling between the Mid Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio and Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis as the Cooper Tires presents the USF2000 Championship Series powered by Mazda, holding back to back series tests in the Midwest. At Mid Ohio Luigi Biangardi and James Dayson were behind the wheel of ArmsUp prepped Van Diemens. Biangardi continued his early season form posting the quickest time in second of four sessions. Dayson, a National Class driver, made a lot of progress over the two day test in his debut for the Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin based team. From Mid Ohio the ArmsUp Crew made their way to Indianapolis where Biangardi made his oval debut at Lucas Oil Raceway. The driver of the Inject-It/Gulfstream Properties/Slick Locks/Chicago Indoor Racing car spent the single day test getting acclimated to the famed short oval.
James Dayson made his ArmsUp Motorsports debut at Mid Ohio
(Photo Courtesy John Hendrick/USF2000)
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