Jamaican teen Sirgany enters F4 U.S. Championship

The 2017 Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda line-up continues to flourish with its 20th entry coming from Justin Sirgany. The 14-year-old Jamaican filled the second seat for Global Racing Group. The team announced Jacob Loomis of Corinth, Texas, as its first confirmed driver in February. Read more

Karts to Cars Scholarship Shootout


The Skip Barber Karts to Cars Scholarship Shootout is the largest and single most important event for karters transitioning into race cars. Past winners of Shoot-out awards include A.J. Allmendinger, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Ricky Taylor, Jonathan Goring, and Joel Miller. Scholarships are courtesy of Skip Barber Racing School and MAZDASPEED Motorsports Development. The Skip Barber Karts to Cars Scholarship Shootout is a critical component of the MAZDASPEED Motorsports Development ladder–a fully integrated motorsports ladder comprised of the Skip Barber Racing School Summer and Winter Series, USF2000, and Star Mazda.


Descending on the Jet Karting of Michiana Raceway Park facility near South Bend, Indiana, Rotax Micro Max driver Justin Sirgany would look to achieve United States Rotax Grand National glory and be crowned national champion. When the rain had finally subsided and the final checkered flag had flown, Sirgany would miss the top position by one spot as he came home second in his first visit to the Indiana facility. Read more

2012 FWT Championship

It was over a year ago that we were at West Palm Beach and upon arriving there the weather was sunny and cool with the temperature in the 50s. Justin returned with a determination to take home the Championship Trophy…. Read more

FWT 2012 Micro Max Champion!

In the Micro MAX Final, these same two drivers continued their battle and were joined by Justin Sirgany (Jamaica). Behind these three, Harry Coulton followed within striking range Read more

Florida Winter Tour - Homestead - Rotax Max Challenge - Sunday Report

The Final was a replay of the Pre-Final with Serravalle and Sirgany pulling clear of the field to have a race of their own. This time they didn’t get too far from the battle for third. Read more
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