NA-F2000: Hall of Fame inductee, coach at Road america

FAIRFIELD, N.J. (June 15, 2000)—U.S. F2000 Hall of Fame inductee Steve Knapp will be providing driver coaching at Road America for Rounds Five and Six of the U.S. F2000 National Championship Presented by Speedvision. Knapp, of Minneapolis, ...

FAIRFIELD, N.J. (June 15, 2000)—U.S. F2000 Hall of Fame inductee Steve Knapp will be providing driver coaching at Road America for Rounds Five and Six of the U.S. F2000 National Championship Presented by Speedvision.

Knapp, of Minneapolis, Minn., will fill in for regular U.S. F2000 driver coach Brian Till, on Wednesday and Thursday as series driver coach during testing. Tiil has a schedule conflict.

One of three inaugural U.S. F2000 Hall of Fame inductees, Knapp provides a wealth of racing experience and knowledge. In addition to winning the 1998 Bank One Indianapolis 500 Rookie of the Year award, Knapp has three top-five finishes in the Indy Racing Northern Light Series and five top-five finishes in CART Toyota Atlantic. As a U.S. F2000 driver, Knapp captured four wins, a record seven consecutive poles and the 1996 National Championship and Rookie of the Year award.

The U.S. F2000 National Championship continues it's 11th season July 8-9, 2000 at Road America with Rounds Five and Six.

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Series Other open wheel
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