- 30 August 2015
Millville, NJ – With an outside move in turn one, Keyvan Andres passed Garth Rickards for the lead on lap 27 in round 12 of the 2015 Atlantic Championship Series to take the victory and sweep the weekend at New Jersey Motorsports Park. Andres lost the lead on the start to Rickards, battling his teammate for most of the race before he made the pass work. Conner Kearby finished third to make it a three-car K-Hill Motorsports podium.
- 29 August 2015
Millville, NJ – Keyvan Andres held off a charging Keith Grant in the first Atlantic Championship Series race at New Jersey Motorsports Park (NJMP) this weekend, and then pulled a gap to take his fourth victory of the season for K-Hill Motorsports. Andres started first, leading every lap to take the top step of the podium over points leader Grant in second, and Garth Rickards in third.
- 29 August 2015
Millville, NJ – Keith Grant took pole for Saturday’s Atlantic Championship Series race at New Jersey Motorsports Park, breaking the outright track record with a quick lap at 1:10.473. Grant will have to start third however, with a two position penalty for going off late in the qualifying session. Keyvan Andres and Conner Kearby qualified second and third. Click here for full results.
- 28 August 2015
Millville, NJ - As the fight for the 2015 Atlantic Championship Series enters its final four rounds and two weekends, the two drivers vying for the title were each quick during practice. Points leader Keith Grant set the fastest overall time on the day with a lap of 1:11.761, while his main title-rival Conner Kearby showed his pace in the morning session with the best time.
- 26 August 2015
Salem, NH – Keith Grant hopes to consolidate his season in the Atlantic Championship Series at New Jersey Motorsports Park (NJMP) this weekend and clinch the title, with two weekends and four races left on the schedule and half of that taking place at NJMP.
- 18 August 2015
Salem, NH – In the 10 days following the USF4 Championship Series announcement, 14 new Mygale F4 cars have already been ordered. As interested parties around the world inquire, early batches of state-of-the-art F4 cars are set to be delivered to their new owners ahead of the inaugural 21-race season in 2016.