OPPORTUNITIES ARISE FOR F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM
Group-A Racing selected to host winner of inaugural Lucas Oil Formula Car Race Series
INDIANAPOLIS (November 15, 2016) – Emerging opportunities continue to arise for the participants of the Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda. F4 U.S. team Group-A Racing was selected by the Lucas Oil School of Racing committee to host the winner of the inaugural Lucas Oil Formula Car Race Series for a day of testing as part of its champion award package.
The champion will spend one full day working with Group-A Racing, testing his or her choice of the F4 U.S. Championship Crawford F4-16 chassis or one of the team’s other open-wheel seats at MSR Houston, the winter base of Lucas Oil School of Racing in Angleton, Texas.
“This is a tremendous feather in our cap,” Group-A Racing team manager Jonathan Scarallo said. “The Lucas Oil School of Racing has quickly become a leader in its industry and has nothing but the best people and partners around it. So for them to choose us to be involved by hosting their series champion’s test is a tremendous privilege and compliment to our team. I look forward to having their inaugural series champion do the first test with us this winter, and hopefully many more series champions to follow.”
Teams competing for the opportunity were judged on their operation of work, employees, team policies, rides offered and a bid. Ultimately, Group-A Racing was chosen as Lucas Oil School of Racing’s premier open-wheel team.
“We are excited to be working with Group-A Racing to provide this opportunity to our champion,” said Todd Snyder, COO of Lucas Oil School of Racing. “This is a great opportunity for our driver to experience the next level up in terms of horsepower and grip and to take the things they’ve learned in our series and use them while working with a team in terms of feedback and car setup.”