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Stewards Release Car Lineup for Round 6 at Okayama

Patrick Wilmot at Spa-Francorchamps – Fall 2020

It was Patrick Wilmot who scored top points last week at Spa-Francorchamps in the Pokemon stickerbomb Skippy car, which means this week he’ll be in the MX5 Miata at Okayama.

Ryan Flannery was on the second step of the podium after a win in heat 1 and a third place finish in heat 2. Since he was driving the Skip Barber car, we would normally see him taking a single rung of the ladder down to the Legend, but since he was supposed to be racing in the Legend already and elected to take the points penalty, he will drop down two places from the Legend to the Spec Racer Ford.

Carter Kundinger at Spa-Francorchamps – Fall 2020

Thanks to his third place finish on the night, Fred Hazelton will retain his Skip Barber car.

We had a tie for 4th place last week between Carter Kundinger and Michael Day. Since Day qualified higher, he would normally the 4th place position, but because he was racing in the Skip Barber F2000 car rather than his designated Legend, the Stewards have given Kundinger 4th place and Day 5th.

Kundinger gets a one-car boost to the Legend, and Day takes a two car boost landing him in the Skip Barber car once more.

The rest of the field is unchanged save for Jonathan Greenberg, who jumps up two cars to the Skip Barber F2000. Join us tonight!

Driver

Car

Patrick Wilmot2

Global MX5 Cup

Fred Hazelton

Skip Barber F2000

Michael Day4

Skip Barber F2000

Ryan C Flannery

Spec Racer Ford

Jonathan Greenberg2

Skip Barber F2000

Hayden Szuch

Skip Barber F2000

Benjamin Warren2

Skip Barber F2000

Chukwuma Onubogu

Skip Barber F2000

Scott Lovett

Skip Barber F2000

Leon Vorters

Skip Barber F2000

Thor Tulloh

Skip Barber F2000

Carter Kundinger

Legend

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