Wampum, PA - A full preview of the weekend, talking to select drivers that make up the grid of the Atlantic Championship Series.

David Grant, No. 29 Entry:



“I must qualify up front to have a chance to win again. The aero conditions with Atlantic makes it difficult to pass while in dirty air behind another car. Whether in the FA or the F2000 last year, the track is very technical, so consistency throughout the race is extremely important.”

Ryan Norman, No 48 Entry:



“My expectation for the weekend is to hopefully win both races and extend my championship lead. I will take it session by session learning the track and how I can make the car better for the race. I've never been to this track before but I have been studying a lot of video and taking notes so I will be prepared and hopefully will not take too long to get used to the track. The challenge will be Keith and David Grant. As always it should be fun competition and an opportunity to become stronger as a driver.”

Lee Alexander, No. 8 Entry:



“It is my first time at PittRace. I'm looking forward to it. The track looks like it will be a lot of fun. Usually I can run a new track on my cheapo simulator to learn which directions to turn. I couldn't find a virtual version of this track though so I'll just have to do it the old fashioned way.”

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