It’s time for the three drivers of TJ Speed to head to Wisconsin to take on the 4.048-mile, 14-turn road course of Road America. With its many elevation changes, and long front straight, a fresh new coat of pavement is set to challenge drivers this weekend. Along with the USF Pro 2000 Presented by Cooper Tires and USF2000 Presented by Cooper Tires championships is the NTT INDYCAR SERIES and Blue Marble Radical Cup North America program providing for a jam-packed weekend.
With rounds eight and nine taking place this weekend, only nine wheel-to-wheel races remain in the 2023 season for the USF Pro 2000 drivers. Leading the way into Road America will be Francesco Pizzi who sits third in the championship followed by rookie Christian Weir and Lirim Zendelli.
“We are confident in our drivers as we head into Road America and the rest of the season,” explained Tim Neff. “We have had success at Road America in other programs in the past and look forward to doing the same this weekend. Since the first race weekend of this year, we have seen incredible dedication from all our drivers.”
Road America is the longest track on the calendar, known for its many elevation changes. The track always proves good racing and the drivers at TJ Speed are anxious to get going on the newly resurfaced circuit.
Neff continued, “We need to approach this weekend slightly differently with the new surface. However, with three drivers under the team tent, we will be able to gather data from each of them and collectively learn.”
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Road America Schedule: (Central Time)
Thursday, June 15th
12:55 PM-1:55 PM // Test Session 1
4:15 PM-5:15 PM // Test Session 2
Friday, June 16th
9:20 AM-9:50 AM // Practice
11:30 AM-12:00 PM // Qualifying 1
Saturday June 17th
8:00 AM-8:30 AM // Qualifying 2
2:40 PM-3:30 PM // Race 1
Sunday June 18th
8:00 AM-8:50 AM // Race 2
Photo Credit: Gavin Baker Photography