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February 05, 2010 News
Atlantic: Reduced Fixed Price for 2010 Announced
 


Series Officials announced a significant price reduction for competitors in the 2010 Cooper Tires Presents the Atlantic Championship Powered by Mazda. This price reduction is part of a new movement by the Atlantic Championship to help aspiring drivers onto the “Road to F1”.

The Atlantic Championship Series is offering a full season of racing for a fixed cost of $495,000, including 12 races via 10 race. The 2010 season will include world class championship level racing throughout the year, starting with the historic 12 Hours of Sebring event and finishing with the renowned Petit Le Mans event at Road Atlanta. The fixed price budget is available direct from the series and interested parties should contact David Bowes at DBowes@AtlanticChampionship.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

“I am delighted to confirm that we have negotiated a fixed budget for all of our drivers in 2010," stated Atlantic Championship owner Ben Johnston. "It is a fact that the Atlantic Championship consistently demonstrates, above all other series, that it promotes its drivers into the highest levels of motorsport. We are now able to do all of that for less, which is a huge opportunity for all current and future competitors.”

In addition to the reduced fixed price for the 2010 season, the Atlantic Championship has announced it will be hosting a two-day test at Spring Mountain Motorsports Park, Nevada - just outside Las Vegas - on February 22-23 for all drivers considering competing in the 2010 season. Series officials have confirmed that at least one current European F1 team manager will be in attendance throughout the two-day test to watch and evaluate potential future F1 drivers. This is the first of similar opportunities that the Atlantic Series will be offering to drivers this year as part of its new “Road to F1” vision. Interested drivers should contact David Bowes for more details.
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