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USF2000 Official Team


MAZDA ROAD TO INDY PROGRAM DEVELOPER

"WHERE INDYCAR DREAMS COME TRUE"

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USF2000 Official Team


MAZDA ROAD TO INDY PROGRAM DEVELOPER

"WHERE INDYCAR DREAMS COME TRUE"

Founded in 2007, M2 autosport is a professional racing team based in Miami, Fl with multiple appearances in open-wheel racing series including Copa Corona, Panam GP Series, USF2000 and also in endurance GT racing series such as GRAND-AM. 

Our know-how is based on driver coaching and mentoring in and out of the track.

M2 provides drivers with as much knowledge of motorsports to become as successful as possible.

The team is working on an ambitious plan in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda, developing young talented racing drivers to move up the Mazda Road to Indy program sanctioned by INDYCAR.

 

 

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Santi Lozano SIGns FOR 2015 USF2000 season


“I’m coming for it and I will do all my best to get it,” said Lozano. “It’s not easy but last year I learned so much. I want to thank M2 Autosport for all their work in 2014. We know this year will be better for all.”

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Santi Lozano SIGns FOR 2015 USF2000 season


“I’m coming for it and I will do all my best to get it,” said Lozano. “It’s not easy but last year I learned so much. I want to thank M2 Autosport for all their work in 2014. We know this year will be better for all.”

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BOGOTA 6 HOURS

Sebastian Martinez, Santiago Lozano & Julian Martinez gave everything on track to defend the 6 Hours of Bogota Crown. Electronic problems made them retire from the race after 5 hours running in 2nd position.

   

FARA 500

Was part of our off-season preparation towards the USF2000 Championship. Team made a complete overhaul of its Riley MK to compete in this endurance race.

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LATAM F2000

M2 has a new CHAMPION in the 2014 season. Santiago Lozano competing in the LATAM Formula 2000 made his first approach into the professional open wheel series by winning this year championship. CONGRATULATIONS!

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WINTERFEST CHAMPIONSHIP


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WINTERFEST CHAMPIONSHIP


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   NOLA MOTORSPORTS PARK

2.75 Mile Road Course

   FEBRUARY 19-20 / 2015

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     BARBER MOTORSPORTS PARK

2.38 Mile Road Course

     FEBRUARY 25-26 / 2015

     SCHEDULE

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2015 SCHEDULE


COOPER TIRES WINTERFEST CHAMPIONSHIP

February 19-20         NOLA Motorsports Park *** 

February 25-26         Barber Motorsports Park *** 

 

COOPER TIRES USF2000 CHAMPIONSHIP POWERED BY MAZDA 

March 27-29              Streets of St. Petersburg, Florida **  

April 10-12                NOLA Motorsports Park ** 

April 24-26                Barber Motorsports Park ** 

May 7-9                     Indianapolis Motor Speedway ** 

May 23                      Lucas Oil Raceway * 

June 12-14                Streets of Toronto, Canada ** 

July 31-Aug 2            Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course *** 

September 11-13       Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca **  

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2015 SCHEDULE


COOPER TIRES WINTERFEST CHAMPIONSHIP

February 19-20         NOLA Motorsports Park *** 

February 25-26         Barber Motorsports Park *** 

 

COOPER TIRES USF2000 CHAMPIONSHIP POWERED BY MAZDA 

March 27-29              Streets of St. Petersburg, Florida **  

April 10-12                NOLA Motorsports Park ** 

April 24-26                Barber Motorsports Park ** 

May 7-9                     Indianapolis Motor Speedway ** 

May 23                      Lucas Oil Raceway * 

June 12-14                Streets of Toronto, Canada ** 

July 31-Aug 2            Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course *** 

September 11-13       Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca **  

FAQ'S

Q: I’m ready to join the series as a driver. What’s the first step?
 

A: A good start is by contacting the team to discuss a test day. Private team test days are a great way for a driver to become familiar with the team and the car. In this low pressure environment, a driver is able to learn quickly from their crew and engineers, as well as gauge their learning curve and current level of competitiveness against current series drivers. 

 

Q: What past experience do I need to have as a driver to compete in USF2000?
 
A: USF2000 drivers come to the series from a variety of different racing backgrounds. Most have done an extensive amount of kart racing in their home country. Some have graduated through amateur formula car series or even other non-formula car racing disciplines. One of the recommended path is through the Rotax Max Challenge program which provides excellent training for drivers of all ages.  
 


Q: How much does it cost for a full season of USF2000 racing? 
 
A: The cost can vary considerably depending on what a team may include such as additional team testing, tire sets allotted, team location and more. Full budgets, are typically in the $270,000 to $350,000 range.

 

Q: What does the USF2000 Champion earn?  

A: The USF2000 series offers over $463,000 in prizes and awards to its competitors, which includes race-by-race prize money packages, contingency awards (Tilton Hard Charger, PFC, Staubli, Race Energy and RePlay XD Move of the Race awards) and season-ending awards. The series champion receives a prize package valued at over $378,000 to advance to the Pro Mazda Presented by Cooper Tires Championship the following year.