Hopes to continue podium streak
Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin – July 31, 2018 – James Roe Jr., of Naas, Kildare County, is looking forward to competing at the 18 turn, 2.8 mile Pittsburgh International Race Complex. Roe Jr. comes into the 9th and 10th rounds of the F2000 Championship having reached the podium at every track that the Series has competed at so far this season. Going into this weekend Roe Jr. stands 4th in the points just 1 point behind 3rdplace.
Hopes to keep podium streak alive
Roe Jr. has now podiumed at each of the first 4 venues that the Series has competed at – Road Atlanta, Watkins Glen, VIR and Mid-Ohio. After experiencing some engine misfire issues at Mid-Ohio, the ArmsUp Motorsports Team worked hard to find the root cause and believes the issue is resolved. “After Mid-Ohio we went straight to a local track to find the cause of the issues we experienced” said Roe Jr. “Thankfully,we got everything sorted and the Mazda engine is back on song. I’m really excited about this coming weekend and optimistic that the track suits our package.”
Rounds 9 and 10 of the F2000 Championship are August 3rd– August 5th at Pittsburgh International Race Complex.
Keep up to date with James Jr.
Web – www.JamesroeJr.com
Facebook – @JamesRoeJr
Twitter – @JamesRoe10
About ArmsUp Motorsports
Based Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin, ArmsUp Motorsports was established in 1995 by twenty year lead instructor for Skip Barber Racing School, Gregg Borland. It has since then grown to be a leading team in the world of motorsports. ArmsUp Motorsports is a full service prep facility with a team of highly experienced mechanics, driving coaches, and engineers readily available to assist in the success of each driver. The team specializes in Pro F2000, Formula Continental, Formula Atlantic, and Vintage Car racing.