NA-F2000: Mosport report

Aaron Justus of Carlsbad, Calif. leads the USF2000 National Championship Series into rounds two and three this weekend at Mosport International Raceway northeast of Toronto, Canada. He hopes to continue his quest for a second USAC driving...

Aaron Justus of Carlsbad, Calif. leads the USF2000 National Championship Series into rounds two and three this weekend at Mosport International Raceway northeast of Toronto, Canada. He hopes to continue his quest for a second USAC driving title, having previously won the 1995 USAC Russell Championship Series crown.

Justus won the series opener at Phoenix, Ariz. March 19 after an early-race duel with Tony Buffomante of Streamwood, Ill. Justus will again drive the Forsythe-InDeck - Torco/Van Diemen/Quicksilver on Mosport's tricky 2.459-mile road course.

Practice at Mosport is scheduled on Friday from 8:30-9 am, with qualifying for race #1 from 11:10-11:30 pm. Qualifying for race #2 is slated for 4:05-4:25 pm Friday.

The first 20-lap (49.18 mile) race will get the green flag at 1:30 pm Saturday and the second 20-lapper is scheduled for 11 am Sunday.

Last year's F2000 champion Dan Wheldon and runner-up Marc-Antoine Camirand won the two 1999 Mosport feature events. <pre> USAC F2000 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINT STANDINGS

1. Aaron Justus 32 2. Tony Buffomante 25 3. Marc-Antoine Camirand 22 4. Ian Lacy 19 5. Peter Walsh 17 6. Billy Asaro 15 7. James Eaton 14 8. James Hanson 13 9. Andy Lally 12 10. Tyler McQuarrie 11

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Series Other open wheel
Drivers Marc-Antoine Camirand , Dan Wheldon , Andy Lally , Aaron Justus , Tyler McQuarrie , Ian Lacy , Billy Asaro , Tony Buffomante