Thursday, March 4, 2010

Andretti Autosport Enters USF2000

(Photo courtesy of SageKaram.com)
Andretti Autosport has signed on 15-year-old Sage Karam for a USF2000 entry this season. Karam, a Nazareth, Pennsylvania native will have sponsorship from Comfort Revolution and The Michael Fux Foundation.

USF2000 was recently announced as part of the new "Road to Indy" ladder system.

"The opportunity to drive for my mentor, Michael Andretti, has always been a dream of mine. I've worked very hard to get to this point, but I know I have a long way to go. Driving in the USF2000 with Andretti Autosport is the best way to reach my ultimate goal: racing in the IZOD IndyCar Series and winning the Indy 500." -Sage Karam

"We look forward to bringing Sage on board as Andretti Autosport's first USF2000 National Championship driver and hope to make him the first driver to go all the way through the 'Road to Indy' program - all the way to the IZOD IndyCar Series. I've watched him grow to become an accomplished young driver, and I think his experience in karting and Skip Barber will serve him well this year in the USF2000 series. I'm very confident Sage will be successful with Andretti Autosport." -Michael Andretti


Good Lord, I'm just glad my last name isn't Fux. Middle name, maybe, but last?

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