Speedway, IN - Jonathan Kotyk crossed the yard of bricks first in the Sunday afternoon F1600 Championship Series race on the road course at the iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway. K-Hill Motorsports driver Zach Holden bounced back from a rough Saturday race to finish runner-up at the Brickyard while a second Team Pelfrey entry piloted by David Osborne completed the podium. Joe Colasacco won the Masters Class for Auriana Racing.
Quotes from the Top Finishers:
"I am pretty excited to get it done for Gap Guard Team Pelfrey. I'm glad this worked out in our favor," said Kotyk, who takes his second victory of the F1600 Series season in round 11 of the 20-race season.
"It was a great race. It was a close, like every F1600 race. We led a few laps and Jonathan led. It's unbelievable to be at the speedway, it's amazing," noted Holden.
"It was a tough battle the entire race," Osborne said. "I was just happy starting from the pole and staying up front with the fast guys. It was a good race, I'm looking forward to Mid-Ohio. It was all around a good weekend and I'm happy to end it with this."
"I'm happy about the Masters win, too bad I couldn't catch the kids. I was waiting for a late race chance but it never happened. The team did a great job this weekend. Being on the podium multiple times this weekend is pretty good," Colasacco explained.
Full results are available at www.F1600Series.com, www.F2000Series.com and www.AtlanticChampionshipSeries.com.
Next up, Formula Race Promotions heads for its traditional date at the highly-technical Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, June 30 - July 2, for an exciting weekend of action in the F1600, F2000 and Atlantic Championships.