Danny Dyszelski Joins Turn 3 Motorsport for USF Pro 2000 Finale in Portland

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Danny Dyszelski is set to join Turn 3 Motorsport for his debut in the USF Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires at this weekend’s season finale at Portland International Raceway. The 15-year-old has been dually competing in the USF2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires and the Blue Marble Radical Cup North America Pro 1500 Championship this year finding success in both series.

Out of the 13 USF2000 races he has competed in, Dyszelski has finished in the top 10 in eight of them with a best finish of fourth at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in May. The North Carolina native is also currently leading both the 1500 class and overall championship in Radical Cup with eight in-class wins and six outright podiums on his resume.

“I am looking forward to racing in the USF Pro 2000 series for the final race of this season,” said Dyszelski. “After I had a successful test with Turn 3 Motorsport earlier this month, it felt natural to make the step to race in Portland. I am excited for the opportunity to work with Turn 3 Motorsport to continue learning and to further my racing career.”

Dyszelski will pilot the #44 Formula Imports / Charlotte Medical / Skufca Law / Baker Mitchell Plumbing car for Turn 3 Motorsport on the 1.964-mile, 12-turn road course of Portland International Raceway this weekend as he prepares to take on a full season USF Pro 2000 campaign in 2024.

“I’m really looking forward to having Danny join our team for the USF Pro 2000 season finale in Portland,” said Team Owner Peter Dempsey. “He had a very successful test at Autobahn Country Club earlier this month, and I feel he’s ready to make this next step in his career. The whole team is very excited to have the opportunity to work with Danny this weekend. The goal for this event will be to complete every lap of the tripleheader event and gain as much experience as possible.”

The final three rounds of the USF Pro 2000 Championship will take place this weekend, August 31-September 3, at Portland International Raceway where the 2023 Champion will be decided.

To stay up to date on Turn 3 Motorsport, follow the team on social media using the handle @turn3motorsport.

For more information or images, please contact Mandy Dempsey at turn3motorsport@gmail.com.

About Turn 3 Motorsport: Turn 3 Motorsport is a full-service operation specializing in racecar preparation, engineering, and driver development. Founded and managed by racecar driver and coach Peter Dempsey, T3M is focused on professional service, team member growth, and high-level performance across multiple racing series.

In 2019, the team secured the Blue Marble Cocktails Radical Cup North America championship titles in the 1340cc, 1500cc, and overall classes. Later that year, Peter and Turn 3 Motorsport achieved a record-breaking win at the NASA 25 Hours of Thunderhill endurance race, piloting the #10 Eastern Racing / Turn 3 Motorsport Radical SR3 RSX 1340 to a dominating win, leading 638 out of 672 laps, and becoming the first car under two liters to achieve the overall win.

In the team’s rookie season, Turn 3 Motorsport attracted attention out of the gate by winning the season opener of the 2020 Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires in a sweeping performance with Singaporean driver Danial Frost. Frost and the team went on to achieve a pole position, six podium finishes, and third overall in the championship in 2020.

In 2021, T3M expanded its presence in the Road to Indy by introducing a two-car program into the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship alongside its Indy Pro 2000 Championship campaign. In its debut USF2000 season, the team found victory at the season finale with American driver Josh Green as well as earning an additional podium and fifth overall in the championship. The team earned further accolades in the Indy Pro 2000 series with a race win at the season finale by Irish driver James Roe as well as a pole position at World Wide Technology Raceway and seventh overall in the championship.

In 2022, T3M showed its strength and teamwork by achieving a podium, win, and/or pole at 7 of the 9 events on the Road to Indy calendar with rookie drivers Josh Green, Jonathan Browne, and Christian Weir each earning the aforementioned results across two different series (USF2000 and Indy Pro 2000).