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MRTI reveals winners of driver advancement program

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MRTI reveals winners of driver advancement program
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Sep 20, 2016, 11:22 PM

Dev Gore and Ryan Norberg have been revealed as the Rotax MAX Challenge karters who have earned themselves a two-day USF2000 test at Indianapolis Motor Speedway next month.

Ryan Norberg
Ryan Norberg
Dev Gore
Dev Gore

Andersen Promotions and MAXSpeed Group today revealed that Gore, a 19-year-old from Atlanta, and Norberg, a 17-year-old from Orlando, beat 10 other finalists to earn their chance in a USF2000 car at the Chris Griffis Memorial test, held for Indy Lights, Pro Mazda and USF2000 teams, on IMS road course, Oct. 8-9.

A panel of judges including IndyCar drivers Charlie Kimball and Spencer Pigot interviewed the 12 candidates, and have selected fifteen-year-old Kellen Ritter of Vancouver as an alternate should any scheduling conflicts arise with the two winners.

“We are excited to give Dev and Ryan their first look at the next step on the ladder,” said Michelle Kish, COO of Andersen Promotions. “The Driver Advancement Program really highlights the incredible talent at the karting level and, as usual, it is always a difficult decision to narrow the selection down to two.

“I want to thank Charlie and Spencer for their time and contributions in the selection process.”

MAXSpeed Group President Richard Boisclair said: “I am proud that through our continued partnership with Andersen Promotions, we are able to help MAXSpeed Entertainment drivers pursue their dreams,” explains. “Dev and Ryan are both talented, confident young men, and they will represent MAXSpeed well as they make their first step up in the Mazda Road to Indy ladder program through the USF2000 test.”

 

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Series USF2000
Drivers Ryan Norberg
Author David Malsher-Lopez