East Bridgewater, MA (July 14, 2014) – Round four of F1 Boston’s Summer Outdoor League is in the books and with just two round remaining the race for season titles the competition is heating up. Each round in the outdoor league consists of a practice session and three 12-lap heats on F1 Outdoors’ Grand Prix course. Each driver’s best 5 rounds will count towards the League Championship, with the top 3 drivers in each class earning trophies or discounts towards future competition. Here’s a round up of the action:
In the heavyweight division Jim Cipullo and Alan Morrison shared top honors; each scoring 33 points. Cipullo, who leads in the standings with 117 points, finished second in the first two heats and fourth in the final plus a fast lap. Morrison won heat #2, placed third in the final and fourth in heat #1 plus a fast lap – he’s fourth for the season with 107 points. Alan Pope landed third with 27 points highlighted by winning the final and taking fourth in heat #2 plus a fast lap. Shaun Abbate was next with 24 points powered by winning heat #1 and placing fifth in the middle heat. Harry Parker and Troy Carlo tied at 22 for fifth place – Parker’s highlight was placing second in the final; Carlo took third in heat #2 and fifth in the others. Christopher Tibbetts (18 points in the round) is fifth in the standings with 77 points.
Luiz Junior grabbed his first victory of the season in Lightweight by winning the final two heats after landing fourth in heat #1 plus a fast lap to earn 37 points. Jacob Scott was second with 34 points by winning the first heat and placing third in the others – at 140 he leads in the season-long standings with a 35-point cushion. Alex Gomes landed third with 30 points after taking second the first two heats and fifth in the final – he’s third in the standings with 104 points, just a point behind Nathan Laverdure for second place. Mark Keene was next with 24 points highlighted by grabbing second in the final and fifth in the others. With 96 points, Keene is fourth in the season standings. Laverdure rounded out the top five with 21 points sparked by placing third in heat #1 and fourth in the final. Peter Sigourney (15 points) is fifth in the standings with 86 points.
League standings can be found on our league results page.