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Team USA Scholarship Nominees – 2013

by Ryan Stringfield
Posted August 1, 2013 at 12:22 pm Other

Tristan Nunez wheels the No. 22 Cliff Dempsey Racing Team USA Scholarship car around the Indy Circuit at Brands Hatch during the 40th running the of Formula Ford Festival. (photo: Jack Mitchell Photography)

Tristan Nunez, 2012 Team USA Scholarship winner, wheels the No. 22 Cliff Dempsey Racing car around the Indy Circuit at Brands Hatch during the 40th running the of Formula Ford Festival. (photo: Jack Mitchell Photography)

Jeremy Shaw, founder of the Team USA Scholarship, today announced eight candidates for the 2013 program. Two drivers will be selected to travel to Europe and compete in the Formula Ford Festival and Walter Hayes Trophy.

2013 Team USA Scholarship

Joey Bickers, 21, from Seattle, Wash. – currently second in the Pacific F1600 Series (3 wins)

• Jake Eidson, 18, from Littleton, Colo. – F1600 Championship Series points leader (4 wins)

• Sean Rayhall, 18, from Winston, Ga. –  IMSA Prototype Lites points leader (5 wins)

• Skylar Robinson, 17, From Augusta, Ga. – BRSCC FF1600 series in England (2 wins)

• Elliott Skeer, 18, from Carlsbad, Calif. – currently second in the Mazda MX-5 Cup (4 wins)

• Madison Snow, 17, Pleasant Grove, Utah – tied for the lead in IMSA GT3 Challenge (3 wins)

• Adrian Starrantino, 18, Simi Valley, Calif. – currently 2nd in the F1600 Championship (3 wins)

• Aaron Telitz, 21, Birchwood, Wis. – currently third in the F1600 Championship Series (1 win)

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  1. NaBUru38 on August 3, 2013 1:27 pm

    There’s no USF2000 drivers on the list. Is that a rule of the scholarship?

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