HP-Tech Announces 2011 F2000 Effort with RFR

HP-Tech Motorsport has announced it will contest the 2011 F2000 Championship Series season with at least two new RFR (Ralph Firman Racing) F2000 cars. The Florida-based team has already signed aspiring Venezuelan drivers Giancarlo Potolicchio and Robert La Rocca and is in the process of building brand new RFR chassis.

Potolicchio, just 18 years old, is coming off winning the Venezuelan F1600 Championship in 2010. Teammate Robert La Rocca is 21 years old, and brings various regional SCCA wins from the past year in a Formula Continental HP-Tech entry to the F2000 grid and is looking to move up the motorsports ladder.

“The team goal is to promote the new RFR car in the F2000 Series while being a contender for the title," said Jorge Herrera, team president.

“I think coming into the Series, which is new to us, with an entirely new chassis, will be the biggest challenge. However, we have two really good drivers and a very experienced team."

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