FAIRFIELD, N.J. (August 10, 2001)-The Formula Ford 2000 National Championship Presented by Speedvision has announced that it will introduce a new shock package for the upcoming season. Beginning in 2002, all teams in the Formula Ford 2000 ...
FAIRFIELD, N.J. (August 10, 2001)-The Formula Ford 2000 National Championship Presented by Speedvision has announced that it will introduce a new shock package for the upcoming season.
Beginning in 2002, all teams in the Formula Ford 2000 National Championship will use Dynamic Suspensions shocks provided by Carl Haas Automobile Imports Inc. The shocks will be sealed and will feature three-way damper control. Carl Haas Auto, the importer for Dynamic Suspensions, will provide support to all the teams and field staff every event.
Further enhancing the package is the introduction of a new prize for the 2002 National Champion. Carl Haas Auto in conjunction with Dynamic Suspensions will offer a full test with Newman-Haas in its CART FedEx Championship car.
This year Dynamic Suspensions has been providing shocks and support to various teams in Formula Ford 2000, including Tonis Kasemets. Kasemets has won three of the last four races in the championship, two from pole, and currently lies eighth in the point standings.
"Dynamic Suspensions is looking forward to increasing its involvement in the U.S. F2000 National Championship," said Dynamic Suspensions Project Manager, Alan O'Leary. "This past year we've developing the damper with Tonis [Kasemets] and have been very pleased with how things have gone. The U.S. F2000 National Championship is a great series, and we're looking forward to helping develop the next single-seat star in U.S. motorsports."
"Carl Haas Auto is looking forward to a mutually beneficial partnership with the Formula Ford 2000 National Championship," said Newman-Haas President, Carl Haas. "Dynamic Suspensions has become a leader in its field by continuously developing its product and providing stellar performance. By being associated with Formula Ford 2000, Carl Haas Auto and Dynamic Suspensions will continue to meet these ideals, while supporting the development of tomorrow's racing stars."
"We are very excited to announce this partnership with Carl Haas Auto and Dynamic Suspensions," said Formula Ford 2000 National Championship owner, Jon Baytos. "Dynamic Suspensions has proven its expertise and we believe that all the teams and drivers will benefit from this association. Tonis [Kasemets] and Pabst Racing Services have proved in this year that Dynamic Suspensions are the real deal."
The 2001 Formula Ford 2000 National Championship continues with Round Eleven, August 11, 2001, at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on the 2.258-mile road course.