Skip Barber Racing School Alumni in Contention for Championships in Mazda Road to Indy Season FinaleSep 10, 2015
Braselton, Ga.(September 10,2015)—As the Mazda Road to Indy wraps up their season this weekend at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca it is no surprise to see Skip Barber Racing School alumni challenging for every championship. The USF2000, Pro Mazda and Indy Lights Series all see some of the best talent that has come out of the Skip Barber Racing School program over the last few years.
Looking at the USF2000 field, Jake Eidson sits in second with a shot at the title. Eidson in his sophomore year has impressed many with his multiple Skip Barber Racing Series championships. Aaron Telitz currently sits P3 in the USF2000 championship, Telitz was the 2013 Skip Barber Championship Shootout winner. His season had some bad luck but on any given day he is as fast as anyone. Luke Gabin, Garth Rickards, Nikita Latochkin, and Ayla Agren look to close out successful rookie campaigns as all 4 sit in the top 10 in points going into the finale.
In the Pro Mazda Series, former Karts to Cars Scholarship Shootout participant Neil Alberico is charging hard to win the championship. Alberico is part of what should be a 4 driver battle for the title. Former Skip Barber Master’s Series Champion Bobby Eberle currently leads the standings in the Expert class and looks to hold onto that spot as he closes out a successful season.
For 40 years, Skip Barber Racing School operates a fully integrated system of racing schools, driving schools, racing championships, corporate events and special projects across North America. No other organization delivers such a combination of high quality instruction, equipment, facilities and memorable experiences. Skip Barber Racing School is the leader in training motorsport legends of the future through entry-level, equal car championships. The athletes are given media exposure, expert coaching, on-track arrive-and-drive experience, financial awards and motorsport scholarships. Skip Barber Racing School launched the auto racing careers of Ryan Hunter-Reay, Marco Andretti, Scott Speed, A.J. Allmendinger, Raphael Matos, John Edwards, Conor Daly, Josef Newgarden, Spencer Pigot and many more.