Andretti Autosport teammates Spencer Pigot and Zach Veach traded the top spot in this morning’s first two practice sessions at Homestead-Miami Speedway, but it was Pigot who earned the pole position for Round 3 of the 2011 USF2000 Winterfest with a 1:19.816.
The 17-year-old Florida resident took full advantage of the prestigious starting spot during today’s race and led from flag-to-flag for his first USF2000 victory.
Veach, winner of Round 2, finished runner-up after starting off-pole with New Jersey’s Trent Hindman nipping Round 1 winner Vinicius Perdigao with two laps remaining. Matt DiLeo was classified fifth with JR Smart claiming the National Class victory as the lone entrant.
Full Results after the jump…
- Spencer Pigot – Andretti Autosport
- Zach Veach – Andretti Autosport
- Trent Hindman – Arms Up Motorsports
- Vinicius Perdigao – JDC MotorSports
- Matt DiLeo – Brian Stewart Racing
- JR Smart – Pabst Racing Services