Oliver Askew placed a Soul Red car in victory lane for the third time this season, sweeping the weekend at Barber Motorsports Park for Cape Motorsports.
Oliver Askew held off a challenge from Kaylen Frederick to earn the victory in the first USF2000 race of the weekend at Barber Motorsports Park.
Oliver Askew brought the No. 3 Cape Motorsports Tatuus USF-17 to victory lane in the second USF2000 race of the weekend.
Robert Megennis inaugurated the new Tatuus USF-17 era with a victory on the streets of St. Petersburg in USF2000.
Scholarship Shootout winner Oliver Askew topped the combined timesheet during USF2000 preseason testing at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Indian karting champion Rick Donison became the first driver named to Cape Motorsports' USF2000 program for 2017.
Canadian team Exclusive Autosport has chosen a Canadian driver in Parker Thompson to chase the USF2000 championship this year.
Young American driver Oliver Askew bested a field of 18 from around the world to claim the inaugural Mazda Road to Indy USF2000 $200K Scholarship Shootout.
Young drivers from around the world will compete at Laguna Seca in the inaugural Mazda Road to Indy USF2000 $200K Scholarship Shootout for a chance to race in USF2000 in 2017.
With the purchase of a new Tatuus USF-17 chassis, Brian Graham Racing with RTD Autosport have committed to USF2000 in 2017.