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2011 USF2000 National Championship Schedule

by Ryan Stringfield
Posted October 12, 2010 at 5:23 pm Schedule, U.S. F2000 National Championship

USF2000 National Championship

The USF2000 National Championship released its 2011 schedule today.  The new calendar features 12 races spread over seven events.  Here’s how it breaks down:

  • 14.29% Ovals
  • 28.57% Temporary Street Circuits
  • 57.14% Permanent Road Courses

The schedule — which is subject to change — looks pretty good. It offers drivers a chance to race in front of the Indy Racing League, American Le Mans Series, USAC, and the Star Mazda Championship. The best addition, in my mind, is the Baltimore Grand Prix with IndyCar and the ALMS over Labor Day.

Update: Autobahn has been removed from the 2011 schedule.

Make the jump for the full 2011 schedule…

2011 USF2000 National Championship Schedule

March 17    Sebring International Raceway
March 18    Sebring International Raceway

March 26    Streets of St. Petersburg, Fla.
March 27   Streets of  St. Petersburg, Fla.

May 28    O’Reilly Raceway Park – Indianapolis, Ind.
“Night Before the 500”

June 18    The Milwaukee Mile

Aug. 5      Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
Aug. 6      Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course

Aug. 19    Road America
Aug. 20    Road America

Sept. 4    Streets of Baltimore
Sept. 4    Streets of Baltimore

Related Reading: 2011 USF2000 Winterfest Schedule



  1. Doug on October 12, 2010 7:35 pm

    Looks good, but I’m disappointed by Iowa’s absence. …although, that track probably doesn’t offer the drivers much challenge given the level of banking.

  2. Ryan on October 13, 2010 5:01 pm

    Hi Doug. I agree completely… I’m sad to see Iowa off the calendar, but Milwaukee should offer the F2000 drivers a new challenge. Not to mention lower (safer) speeds.

  3. Carlos Garcia on November 18, 2010 6:22 am

    looking for a chance to show talent on open wheel car.

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