David Grant won his third race of 2012 in the Atlantic Championship Series. (photo: Valet)Millville, NJ - David Grant made it three for three, taking the lead from the outside front row heading to turn one at New Jersey Motorsports Park’s 13-turn Thunderbolt track, going onto win and remain perfect in 2012 Atlantic ChampionshipSeries. Grant extended his points lead, and finished well ahead of second place Paul LeCain, who was fastest in practice and started from pole in the Ralt RT-41/Toyota, while Keith Grant, David’s brother, completed the podium.

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Millville, NJ – Effective immediately, Sunday’s schedule has changed with race grids set on race one fastest lap times. F2000 is scheduled for 8:00 a.m. local time followed by Atlantics at 8:30 and F1600 at 11:30 local time.

Paul LeCain (photo: Valet)Millville, NJ – The second ever weekend of the new Atlantic Championship Series saw Paul LeCain at the top of the time sheets on Friday turning in a lap of 1:15.059 around the 13-turn New Jersey Motorsports Park Thunderbolt complex in his No. 90 Ralt RT-41/Toyota combination. Following LeCain on the practice two time sheets were David Grant, Bruce Hamilton, Connor Burke and Chris Fahan.

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Millville, NJ – New Jersey Motorsports Park has seen a slight schedule change for the weekend. Saturday will now feature 8:00 a.m. local time F1600 qualifying, 8:30 Atlantic qualifying, F2000 qualifying at 8:50, while the F1600 race will follow at 10:10 followed by F2000 at 10:50 and Atlantics at 2:50.

David Grant (photo: Valet)Sharon, CT – After a low-key start to the Atlantic Championship Series at Road Atlanta in May, the field has expanded to 17 cars in the second-ever event for the Formula Race Promotion series as the Atlantic grid heads for Thunderbolt this weekend. David Grant, in a Swift 014/Toyota for Polestar Racing Group, completed a clean sweep at Atlanta, with two wins - but will face much stiffer competition at New Jersey Motorsports Park.

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Jason Byers (photo: Valet)Racing Series Winner Donates Winnings to SOS Children’s Villages, Jason Byers Gives Back to Help Children in Need

Sharon, CT – Race car driver Jason Byers finished third in the inaugural Atlantic Championship Series race and immediately donated his winnings to SOS Children’s Villages, the official charity of Formula Race Promotions in 2012. Byers, driving the No. 28 Swift 014/Toyota for Swan Racing, is the first driver among Atlantic, F2000 and F1600 competitors to donate his 2012 check to SOS, the world’s largest charity dedicated to providing homes to orphaned, abandoned and foster children.

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David Grant leads Jason Byers in the early stages of the race. (photo: Valet)Braselton, GA – David Grant made it two for two at Road Atlanta, leading from pole relatively uncontested for his second win in two days, and again setting fastest lap en route to the victory. Grant, driving a Swift 014/Toyota for Polestar Racing Group, stood on the top step of the podium with Bruce Hamilton finishing second and Keith Grant completing the top three.

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