Date: August 1, 2011 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 1850
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.
Date: June 30, 2011 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 1693
ArmsUp Motorsports has announced that it will enter the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course rounds of the F2000 Championship Series this coming weekend (July 1-2) via a two-car effort. Joining the Elkhart Lake, Wis.-based squad will be top junior formula car drivers Zach Veach and Spencer Pigot.
Date: June 23, 2011 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 2345
ELKHART LAKE, Wis. – ArmsUp Motorsports and Revere Greist put in a dominant performance during this weekend's SCCA June Sprints only to see victory slip away on the final lap. Greist had the Formula Continental victory in hand until a lapped car caused the ArmsUp Motorsports driver to spin less than half a lap from the finish. Recovering quickly from the spin Greist was able to bring the car home on the podium leading another strong Road America showing for the Elkhart Lake based squad.
Jim Victor scored a sixth place finish in his ArmsUp prepared RFR chassis. (Photo Courtesy - ArmsUpMotorsport.com)
Date: May 19, 2011 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 2134
SOUTH BELOIT, Ill. – Constantly changing weather conditions greeted the ArmsUp Motorsports team as they rolled into Blackhawk Farms for Blackhawk Valley SCCA National. Revere Greist beat the weather and the rest of the Formula Continental field as he drove to a dominant 50 second win in race one of the weekend. A weekend sweep was in reach but an early checkered caused by a red forced Greist to accept a second place in race two. Jim Victor had a solid weekend in his 2011 race debut scoring a fourth place finish in race one.
Revere Greist put in a dominant performance in race one at Blackhawk Farms. (Photo Courtesy - ArmsUpMotorsport.com)
Date: April 20, 2011 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 2306
DANVILLE, Va. – ArmsUp Motorsports opened its 2011 SCCA Club Racing Season in fine fashion. The Elkhart Lake based team swept the SCCA Oak Tree Double National Formula Continental podium on both Saturday and Sunday. Revere Greist, mirroring his 2010 performance, went unbeaten scoring two wins and two poles at the historic 3.2 mile circuit. Rick Balsley and Kirk Kindsfater ran second and third respectively in both races keeping each other honest the whole weekend. Jeff Pietz ran fourth in race one giving ArmsUp its first one, two, three, four SCCA National result in the team’s history.
– Revere Greist (center), flanked by his ArmsUp Motorsports teammates Rick Balsley (left) and Kirk Kindsfater (right) on the VIR Podium. (Photo Courtesy - ArmsUpMotorsport.com)
Date: January 24, 2011 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 2104
SHEBOYGAN FALLS, Wis. – ArmsUp Motorsports and Trent Hindman made their “Cooper Tires Presents the USF2000 National Championship Powered by Mazda” debut at the Cooper Tires Winterfest. The two event five race winter series saw Hindman score three podium finishes en route to fifth in the Series Championship.
Trent Hindman scored three podium finishes in the Cooper Tires Winterfest. (Photo Courtesy - USF2000)
Date: October 4, 2010 / Author: admin / Category: News / Views: 1811
ELKHART LAKE, Wis. – ArmsUp Motorsports driver Revere Greist suffered a difficult defeat last week at the SCCA National Championship Runoffs in Formula Continental (FC). In the biggest race of the season Greist led the most laps of the race after vaulting to the lead from his third place starting position on the first lap. With three laps to go a slow puncture on the left front cost the Madison, Wisconsin driver his chance at Runoffs Gold. Ultimately Greist finished a Runoffs best second position but he and the team were left to reflect on what could have been. Pat Mc Ginnis followed his teammate home in the eighth position with Rick Balsley coming home 11th in what was another strong showing for the Elkhart Lake based team.
Revere Greist led the most laps but came up just short at the Runoffs. (Photo Courtesy ArmsUpMotorsport.com)
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