Swan will run entries in Atlantic and F1600.Fort Worth, TX. (March 19, 2014) - Swan Motorsports today announced its entry in the 2014 Atlantic Championship Series and the 2014 F1600 Formula F Championship Series.

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Salem, NH – Formula Race Promotions today named Chip Robinson Race Director for the 2014 F2000, F1600 and Atlantic Championship Series. Robinson brings decades of road racing experience to the position, including starts in IndyCar and wins at the 12 Hours of Sebring and 24 Hours of Daytona. Robinson takes the place of Lynda Randall, who is stepping down due to personal reasons.

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Atlantic Championship SeriesSharon, CT – Formula Race Promotions today announced a number of staff changes in regards to the 2014 Atlantic, F2000 and F1600 race seasons. Race director Michael Rand is moving to an advisory position, and will be replaced in the race director role by Lynda Randall. Rand will continue to be a part of all three series and will attend all seven weekends in 2014.

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Atlantic is back for 2014 with a 10-race, 5-weekend calendar.Sharon, CT – Formula Race Promotions today announced its 2014 schedules for the F2000 Championship Series, now in its ninth season, the F1600 Formula F Championship Series, and the newly re-launched Atlantic Championship Series. The schedule is made up of a diverse set of race tracks in North America based on team and driver feedback.

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The Atlantic Championship Series returns for 2014. (photo: Dennis Valet)Sharon, CT – Formula Race Promotions today confirmed that the Atlantic Championship Series will race in 2014, as the Series will expand to include five full event weekends with two races each, comprising a 10-round Championship calendar presented by Hoosier Racing Tire.

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Sharon, CT - Formula Race Promotions today announced it has suspended the Atlantic Championship Series for the 2013 race season, releasing the following statement:

"We regret to announce that the Atlantic Championship Series will not take place in 2013. It was in our every intention to expand from a three weekend to five weekend format based on the 2012 season. However, challenges, from lack of entry support to scheduling issues based on aquiring acceptable race dates of premiere road courses suitable for Atlantic race cars on realistic dates at realistic pricing prevented the creation of an adequate schedule. It is our intention to work during the coming months to establish a robust Atlantic Championship Series in 2014.

"Other Formula Race Promotions operated Championships, F2000 and F1600, will continue in 2013 with schedules already announced."

b_200_150_16777215_00_images_stories_atlantics12_summit_C9E06FCEB183-.jpgTo say that David Grant and his Polestar Swift had a strong season is an understatement. Asked about the low point of was his season, he says, “Not winning Summit Point.”  After winning the first four events, all he did at Summit was to come home second on Saturday to clinch the championship.

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