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2012 Atlantic Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2012 Atlantic Championship Series season
Season
Races6
Start dateMay 11th
End dateAugust 26th
Awards
Drivers' championUnited States David Grant
← 2009
2014 →

The 2012 Atlantic Championship Series season was the first season of the revived Atlantic Championship. The series was organised by Formula Race Promotions under the sanctioning of SCCA Pro Racing. Hoosier was introduced as the series spec tire. David Grant racing for Polestar Racing Group won the championship. After this season the series went on probation to return in 2014.

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Contents

Drivers and teams

Team No. Drivers Chassis Engine
United States Company Motorsports 55 United States John Burke Swift 014.a Toyota 4AGE
19 United States Connor Burke Swift 014.a Toyota 4AGE
United States Comprent Motorsports 66 United States Rich Zober Swift 016.a Mazda-Cosworth MZR
United States Dole Racing 6 United States John Dole Swift 016.a Mazda-Cosworth MZR
United States Fahan Racing 39 United States Chris Fahan Swift 016.a Mazda-Cosworth MZR
United States Fat Boy Racing by John Walko Racing 31 United States Brendan Puderbach Star Mazda Mazda Rotary
31 United States Charles Finelli Star Mazda Mazda Rotary
United States Front Range Motorsports 11 United States Dwight Rider Ralt RT41 Toyota 4AGE
United States K-Hill Motorsports 96 Estonia Tõnis Kasemets Swift 014.a Toyota 4AGE
36 United States Bruce Hamilton Swift 016.a Mazda-Cosworth MZR
2 United States Theodoras Zorbas Swift 014.a Toyota 4AGE
United States Jean-Luc Liverato Swift 016.a Mazda-Cosworth MZR
24 United States Lee Brahin Swift 016.a Mazda-Cosworth MZR
34 United States Andy Schaufelberger Swift 016.a Mazda-Cosworth MZR
United States LeCain Racing 90 United States Paul LeCain Ralt RT41 Toyota 4AGE
United States Mid-Atlantic Motorsports 29 United States Joe Blacker Ralt RT41 Toyota 4AGE
United States Polestar Racing Group 12 United States David Grant Swift 014.a Toyota 4AGE
20 United States Keith Grant Swift 014.a Toyota 4AGE
United States Primus Racing 151 United States Nick Neri Swift 016.a Mazda-Cosworth MZR
United States Swan Motorsports 71 United States Michael Mällinen Swift 014.a Toyota 4AGE
United States Rob Sherwood Swift 016.a Mazda-Cosworth MZR
6 United States Mirl Swan Swift 016.a Mazda-Cosworth MZR
28 United States Jason Byers Swift 014.a Toyota 4AGE
United States Thompson Racing 5 United States John Thompson Swift 014.a Toyota 4AGE
United States Charles Duncan Swift 016.a Mazda-Cosworth MZR
46 United States Joseph Tauro Swift 016.a Mazda-Cosworth MZR
United States Richard Ross Ralt RT40 Toyota 4AGE

Race calendar and results

Round Circuit Location Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver
1[1] Road Atlanta United States Braselton, Georgia May 11 United States David Grant United States David Grant United States David Grant
2[2] May 12 United States David Grant United States David Grant United States David Grant
3[3] New Jersey Motorsports Park United States Millville, New Jersey June 30 United States Paul LeCain United States David Grant United States David Grant
4[4] July 1 United States David Grant United States David Grant United States David Grant
5[5] Summit Point Motorsports Park United States Summit Point, West Virginia August 25 Estonia Tõnis Kasemets Estonia Tõnis Kasemets Estonia Tõnis Kasemets
6[6] August 26 United States John Dole United States John Dole

Final standings

Color Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green 4th & 5th place
Light Blue 6th–10th place
Dark Blue 11th place or lower
Purple Did not finish
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Brown Withdrawn (Wth)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Driver replacement (Rpl)
Injured (Inj)
No race held (NH)
Pos Driver United States
ATL1
United States
ATL2
United States
NJ1
United States
NJ2
United States
SUM1
United States
SUM2
Points
1 United States David Grant 1 1 1 1 2 2 304
2 United States Keith Grant 2 3 3 2 3 3 232
3 United States John Burke 4 7 4 4 6 5 189
4 United States Bruce Hamilton 5 2 8 10 9 7 142
5 United States Dwight Rider 7 4 11 11 DNF 4 134
6 United States John Dole 5 9 8 1 131
7 United States Chris Fahan 6 5 5 8 116
8 United States Rich Zober DNF DNS 9 8 7 9 99
9 Estonia Tõnis Kasemets 1 6 87
10 United States Theodoras Zorbas 9 5 12 14 84
11 United States Paul LeCain 2 3 82
12 United States Connor Burke 15 6 4 DNF 75
13 United States Andy Schaufelberger 10 15 10 10 74
14 United States Jason Byers 3 8 62
15 United States John Thompson 7 7 54
16 United States Joe Blacker 8 9 13 DNF 42
17 United States Brendan Puderbach 6 DNF DNS 30
18 United States Charles Finelli 6 29
19 United States Lee Brahin 14 13 28
20 United States Joe Tauro 12 17
21 United States Nick Neri DNF DNS 1
United States Michael Mällinen DNS
United States Mirl Swan DNS

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See also

References

  1. ^ "2012 Road Atlanta - Race 1". Atlantic Championship Series. Retrieved 5 April 2014.
  2. ^ "2012 Road Atlanta - Race 2". Atlantic Championship Series. Retrieved 5 April 2014.
  3. ^ "2012 NJMP - Race 1". Atlantic Championship Series. Retrieved 5 April 2014.
  4. ^ "2012 NJMP - Race 2". Atlantic Championship Series. Retrieved 5 April 2014.
  5. ^ "2012 Summit Point - Race 1". Atlantic Championship Series. Retrieved 5 April 2014.
  6. ^ "2012 Summit Point - Race 2". Atlantic Championship Series. Retrieved 5 April 2014.
  7. ^ "2012 Season Points Summary" (PDF). Atlantic Championship Series. Retrieved 5 April 2014.

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