SBRS: Lynx Racing Cleveland report

Lynx Racing driver Sara Senske, 21, of Kennewick, Washington, qualified 19th for the Barber Dodge Pro Series race, and moved up seven places to finish 12th. The race was won by Nilton Rossoni of Curitiba, Brazil, followed by Sepp Koster...

Lynx Racing driver Sara Senske, 21, of Kennewick, Washington, qualified 19th for the Barber Dodge Pro Series race, and moved up seven places to finish 12th. The race was won by Nilton Rossoni of Curitiba, Brazil, followed by Sepp Koster of the Netherlands and Jon Fogarty of Nevada. "After what's happened to me in the past two races, it felt really nice to finish one," said Senske. "I got a really good start and passed a couple of cars going into the first turn. I got into a really good rhythm during the race and turned laps more than a second faster than I qualified, so I feel like I got things back on track and moving forward again." 2000 marks the 10th anniversary of Lynx Racing, one of the most unique organizations in auto racing today. Created and owned by two women, Peggy Haas and Jackie Doty, Lynx is both a championship winning racing team and a uniquely successful driver development program that focuses on a driver's spiritual and psychological growth in addition to their on-track skills. The Lynx mission is to seek out young drivers with the desire and potential to become champions at the highest levels of the sport and provide them with the funding, equipment and training to take the last step toward realizing that potential, a process the team calls 'destiny by design.' Lynx alumni include CART FedEx drivers Patrick Carpentier, Alex Barron and Memo Gidley.

<pre> Barber Dodge Pro Series Television Coverage (EDT) 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm Friday, July 21 / ESPN2 5:00 am to 6:00 am Saturday, July 22 / ESPN2 (repeat)

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Series Other open wheel
Drivers Memo Gidley , Patrick Carpentier , Jon Fogarty , Nilton Rossoni , Sepp Koster