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It was a dream come true for the Cahan Racing duo to travel to Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, and battle one of the world’s most iconic racecourses. Taking on the 4.048-mile, 14-turn Road America, Gabriel Cahan added a podium result to his racing resume while Ayrton Cahan continued his progress, scoring his best results of the 2024 Formula Race Promotions season.

Competing in the F2000 class, Gabriel Cahan had a challenging weekend despite claiming a podium result in the first wheel-to-wheel action of the weekend. Qualifying third for the start of Saturday’s race, Gabriel advanced to finish on the second step of the podium, strengthening his points position in the overall championship. Looking to do one better on Sunday, Gabriel qualified on the front row of the F2000 class, before an incident in the race took him out of contention.

 “Being able to race at Road America was like a dream come true for me,” explained Gabriel Cahan. “It’s one of my favorite tracks worldwide and was so fun to drive. I am glad the crew gave me an excellent car to tackle the four-mile layout. We took home second on Saturday, which was awesome. Sunday, we qualified second, got a good start, and were holding P2 until I spun and got hit, ruining a second podium finish for the weekend and ultimately hurting our advancement in championship points. It was gut-wrenching to not be able to finish, but I know we will come back in New Jersey stronger than ever.”

In the F1600 class, Ayrton Cahan had one of his best weekends of the season, earning a pair of top-ten results and battling with some of the fastest F1600 drivers in the country. After a P10 result in qualifying and a disappointing 12th-place finish in race one, Ayrton rebounded to earn a pair of seventh-place finishes in races two and three, showing his growth and determination in some of the closest racing of the season.

Ayrton Cahan added, “Driving at Road America was definitely on my bucket list! We had a fantastic time at this iconic track. The racing there was close and hard, but nevertheless, it was an awesome experience. Race one was challenging, but we made up for it in races two and three, scoring our best finish thus far, looking forward to getting back in the car in New Jersey in a month’s time.”

Next up for the Cahan Racing Team will be a trip to the East Coast and the ultra-fast New Jersey Motorsports Park. Taking place over the July 25-28 weekend, this will be the furthest race away from their home state of New Mexico but hopefully the most rewarding for the Cahan Racing duo.

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