NA-F2000: Mid-Ohio: Andy Brumbaugh first practice notes

The EMX / Van Diemen sponsored Formula 2000 Zetec Championship car driven by 18 year-old Andy Brumbaugh had an unfortunate first practice session. Andy, born In Zanesville, Ohio, said: "We were struggling with the balance of the car this morning.

The EMX / Van Diemen sponsored Formula 2000 Zetec Championship car driven by 18 year-old Andy Brumbaugh had an unfortunate first practice session. Andy, born In Zanesville, Ohio, said: "We were struggling with the balance of the car this morning. Unfortunately, I was unable to tune it in much due to a mechanical problem that shortened my session. I am confident we will get that sorted out and be ready for our final session later this morning."

The AIM Autosport driver had a broken differential. This season has been full of bad luck for the former Canadian Formula Ford 1600 champ. Team owner and engineer Ian Willis is confident in Brumbaugh's abilities and fully expects a podium finish this weekend. "Andy came into this weekend `turned on' and I think we will be able to turn our luck around."

Brumbaugh set the overall average fastest time yesterday over closest competitor Anthony Massari with a time of 1.24.46.

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Series Other open wheel
Drivers Andy Brumbaugh , Anthony Massari