Race Series

Overview

USF Pro 2000 Presented by Continental Tire (formerly Indy Pro 2000) has served as a vital step on the career path of many of today’s top drivers. It is the third official step on the USF Pro Championships ladder. The series is sanctioned by USAC and owned and operated by Andersen Promotions.

Team

Turn 3 Motorsport is a motorsports competition team specializing in race car preparation, engineering, and driver development and currently competing in the USF Pro Championships Presented by Cooper Tires. Founded and managed by race car driver and coach Peter Dempsey, T3M is focused on professional service, team member growth, and high level performance across multiple racing series including the USF Pro 2000 and USF2000 series.

Schedule
DATETRACKVENUE
March 8-10Streets of St. Petersburg1.8-mile street course
April 6-7NOLA Motorsports Park2.312-mile road course
May 10-11Indianapolis Grand Prix Circuit2.439-mile road course
May 24Lucas Oil Raceway0.686-mile oval
June 7-9Road America4.014-mile road course
July 5-7Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course2.258-mile road course
July 19-21Streets of Toronto1.786-mile street course
August 23-25Portland Int’l Raceway1.964-mile road course
Technology

2022 marked another pivotal year with the introduction of new chassis – the Tatuus IP-22 and USF-22 – which will extend the competition life of each to 2026. Upgrades include a new, wider monocoque with the addition of a Halo-type device as well as new side pods, underfloor, engine cover, air ducts, damper covers and fuel cell. Full carbon composite and aluminum honeycomb monocoque manufactured by Tatuus Racing meeting current FIA 2020 GEN 1 with Halo-type device safety standards including side impact panels, front and rear impact structures, HANS-compliant INDYCAR head restraint, front and rear wheel tethers, upgraded uprights, and upgraded front bulkhead structure for USA specific oval racing circuits. Mazda developed 2-litre MZR-PM18A (275 HP) prepared by Elite Engines, with maximum torque of 190 Ft. Lbs., utilizing a fly by wire throttle system and Cosworth SQ6 engine management system.

Overview

The Blue Marble Radical Cup North America series is the continent’s premier Radical championship, offering multi-class Le Mans style racing for a fraction of the price at iconic circuits including current and former F1 and INDYCAR venues.

Ample practice, qualifying and three 40-minute races as well as trackside hospitality and social events ensures each three-day Radical Cup event is action packed, both on and off the track. Sanctioned by USAC, the series will be showcased at a number of INDYCAR events in 2023.

The Radical Cup caters to drivers from novice to veteran, karters looking for the next step in their career and country club or regional racers looking to step up to true national competition.

The series has a growing list of impressive alumni including multiple Le Mans drivers as well as national and international champions.

Radical is the only prototype manufacturer to offer a premium factory supported single-make series on multiple continents, all with GT eclipsing performance but without approaching anything like a GT budget.

The on-track competition in the Blue Marble Radical Cup is matched by the off-track camaraderie, and we pride ourselves on the family feel of our paddock, where privateer and family efforts are just as welcome as professional and dealer teams.

Team

RySpec Racing is a full time race team owned and operated by Richard Yin, Former Crew Chief & Team manager for Radical Canada East for 5 years. The team has the most race car rentals available in Canada and predominantly works with young developing drivers with the results to back it up.

Schedule
DATETRACKVENUE
March 1-3Sebring International Raceway3.7 mile road course
April 26-28Barber Motorsports Park2.3-mile road course
June 6-9Road America4.014-mile road course
June 21-23WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca2.238-mile road course
July 19-21Streets of Toronto1.786-mile street course
September 26-28Sonoma Raceway2.52-mile road course
November 2024TBDRadical World Finals