Involved in GP2 Series since 2005 and in GP3 Series since 2010, ART Grand Prix claimed many titles in those essential Series to reach the ultimate racing Championship : Formula 1
Dean MacDonald added the KFJ Vice champion title to his CV last weekend at a wet GYG Track in Wales . Just two weeks since taking the Vice Champion title in Rotax mini max class the Zip/ART/RSF driver took little time to acclimatise himself to the faster KFJ kart and took an impressive second place behind the more experienced and older Jamie Caroline.
Growing as fast as any team in the country, ART Grand Prix America had strong results not only all over the United States last month, but also all over the Western Hemisphere. Opening up the month, the team was split with top junior driver Brenden Baker traveling all the way across the U.S. to compete in the WKA Manufacturer’s Cup series event in Kershaw, South Carolina in the Yamaha Junior category. This would be a huge test for the team as it was the first time the driver and the chassis had ever raced with the Yamaha engine package and the smaller sized 6.0 rear tires.
Adams Motorsports Park is one of the oldest karting facilities in the world and this past weekend it played host to the 3rd round of the SKUSA ProKart Challenge series. Having record numbers at the first two events of the championship, the series has grown into one of the toughest touring series in the country. ART Grand Prix America has had a strong start to the season collecting a victory at each of the first two races and seven drivers were entered under the team banner with all of them looking to master the very difficult and technical circuit.