F2000 Championship Series
- Kyle Connery swept the competition at Watkins Glen; bumping his win total to six while claiming Rookie of the Year honors.
- Remy Audette picked up two more podiums securing the 2011 championship, continuing his consistency. The talented Canadian finished all but one race inside the top five this season.
- Chris Livengood wrapped up a solid season with a fourth and seventh-place finish en route to third overall in the points championship.
F1600 Championship Series
- Wyatt Gooden is still looking for competition. The up-and-comer remained undefeated in F1600 competition; going 4-for-4 this season behind the wheel.
- Bill Valet won the 2011 championship with a pair of third-place finishes during the season finale.
- Ryan Leach put together a solid outing with two podiums.
- Several other up-and-coming drivers joined the fray this weekend and showed promise.
- Following up on the F2000 recap, the 2010 F2000 Champion Victor Carbone found his way to victory lane in the Indy Lights season finale at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
- Series champion Josef Newgarden led laps 4-66, but fell to ninth on the final lap when his tire went down following contact with teammate Carbone’s wing.
- Stefan Wilson set the fastest lap of the race, clocking a 28.32227 while hitting 196.252 miles per hour down the straight.
- Jorge Goncalvez put together another solid race by finishing third behind Carbone and Esteban Guerrieri — his fourth top-five finish on an oval this season.
Team USA and Canada at the Formula Ford Festival
- Neil Alberico led the way for the North American contingent competing at the 40th Annual Formula Ford Festival at Brands Hatch by finishing third in the 20-lap “Kent” final.
- USA’s Trent Hindman and Alberico both won heat races over the weekend and Team Canada’s Xavier Coupal was equally quick finishing runner-up in his heat. In addition, Coupal earned the pole position for the final with his semi-final speed.
- Spencer Pigot struggled with tire issues and contact throughout the weekend, but held his head high and worked through adversity for a 16th-place finish in the “Duratec” final.
- Despite contact Hindman put in several impressive “through the field” drives en route to a ninth in the final (he started 22nd).
- Ivor McCullough won the Kent final and Scott Malvern won the Duratec Final at Brands Hatch.