Date: February 6, 2012 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 652
ArmsUp Motorsports and Luigi Biangardi completed a successful test last week at Roebling Road just outside of Savannah, Georgia. The test served as a shakedown for the first of the team's Mazda powered USF2000 cars as well as ArmsUp's first opportunity to work directly with Biangardi.
Luigi Biangardi completed his first test with ArmsUp Motorsports at Roebling Road (Photo Courtesy Luigi Biangardi)
Date: January 11, 2012 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 752
ELKHART LAKE, Wis. – ArmsUp Motorsports, fresh off winning the 2011 SCCA Formula Continental National Championship, has signed Luigi Biangardi to lead their Cooper Tires Presents the USF2000 National Championship Powered by Mazda effort for the 2012 Season. Biangardi, a 15 year-old, will pilot the ArmsUp Motorsports prepared Gulfstream Properties, Inject-it.com backed No. 15 car in his quest to claim the 2012 USF2000 National Championship.
2012 will mark Biangardi's first full season in the USF2000 Championship after gaining experience with a limited schedule in 2011. The Chicago teenager was quick to make an impression on the series regulars by scoring a season best fourth place result at the Baltimore Grand Prix. Biangardi will look to build on that experience to contend for race wins from the start of the season. Before entering the Mazda Road to Indy Biangardi competed in the Skip Barber race series scoring multiple regional series wins and claiming a fourth place finish at Road America in his lone Skip Barber National Championship event.
Date: December 8, 2011 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 613
ArmsUp Motorsports, the reigning SCCA Club Racing National Champion team have announced their intentions to enter the USF2000 Series Championship in 2012. The team, which ran the 2011 Winter Series and select USF2000 races over the last two seasons, is set to enter the Mazda Road to Indy ladder system full time in 2012.
The team is currently in negotiations with several different drivers and is aiming to have their driver lineup finalized shortly after the start of the New Year. The team is also currently searching for talented mechanics for the 2012 Championship. Interested parties should submit resumes to ArmsUp team manager Brent Borland via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: September 28, 2011 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 794
After two years of high expectations and near misses ArmsUp Motorsports and Revere Greist had everything fall their way as the combination scored their first SCCA National Championship at the famed SCCA National Championship Runoffs in the Formula Continental class. Coming out on top of a three way battle for the lead, Greist led his teammate Jerry Szykulski across the line giving ArmsUp a one-two finish in the SCCA's largest race of the year. Capping off the strong ArmsUp showing Rick Balsley came home fifth after starting from the eighth spot earning his best Runoff's result to date.
Revere Greist (center) and Jerry Szykulski (Left) stand on the Runoff's podium with Gold and Silver. (Photo Courtesy Todd Wenzal)
Date: August 24, 2011 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 727
ELKHART LAKE, Wis. – ArmsUp Motorsports made its first appearance in the USF2000 Championship Series this past weekend at Road America with Revere Greist in the Championship division and Jim Victor and Rick Balsley running in the National class for SCCA spec cars. Greist spent most of his weekend near the top of the time charts however bad luck in the races kept the results from showing the veteran's true speed. Both Victor and Balsley fared well in their USF2000 debut with Victor scoring a second and a third place finish while Balsley added a third and fifth to the tally.
Revere Greist showed that ArmsUp has the pace to compete at the sharp end of the USF2000 grid. (Photo Courtesy - USF2000 - John Hendricks)
Date: August 17, 2011 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 683
ELKHART LAKE, Wis. – ArmsUp Motorsports scored a win and a podium finish last weekend during the SCCA Kettle Moraine Double Regional at Road America. Jose Paredes claimed the Formula Atlantic (FA) race win on Sunday with John Dickmann adding a third place result in the Formula Continental (FC) class.
– Dickmann scored a third place finish in Sunday's Formula Continental race the SCCA Kettle Moraine Double Regional. (Photo Courtesy - ArmsUpMotorsport.com)
Date: August 1, 2011 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 645
USF2000 race winner Spencer Pigot had a strong debut with ArmsUp Motorsports at the SCCA Cat National. Driving an F2000 car for the first time in the Formula Continental spec Pigot set the fast lap in the first qualifying session. After a car problem in the second qualifier Pigot drove to a second place finish from fifth on the grid setting the fastest race lap in the process. Jim Victor scored his best SCCA National finish of the season with a fourth place result.
The SCCA Cat National ran a two qualifying format with the quickest time from either session setting the grid. Pigot led the opening damp session, but session two was in the dry, placing a premium on that session. A rare shift linkage failure on the opening lap for Pigot kept the Florida driver from setting a time. Jim Victor jumped in and picked up the slack for ArmsUp setting the third fastest time of the session. Pigots session one time was good enough for fifth on the grid. Rick Balsley put in a solid drive for sixth with John Dickmann 14th.
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