100 JUNE 2014
focUs oN: PRo MAZDA
It started off perfectly for Spencer Pigot
in the 2014 Pro Mazda Championship
Presented by Cooper Tires: four straight
wins sent him to the top of the standings,
and when he took pole for rounds five and
six at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway
road course, it appeared he could dominate.
But the Juncos Racing driver left IMS
with only a pair of eighth places after the
long straight and slipstreaming battles
promoted frantic action.
“It could have been worse; I could have
had two DNFs, the number of times I got
hit!” said Pigot. “But the next race is at
Lucas Oil Raceway, where I won in
USF2000 and where Juncos has won
before. I’m positive we can get back on
track and capitalize on our speed.”
Pro Mazda ace isn’t going to have it all his own way in 2014.
PIGOT FACING A FIGHT
“The Pro Mazda title
would mean so much.
The Mazda Road to
Indy is an awesome
system and I want to
take full advantage
and move up to Indy
Lights next year.”
St. Petersburg was
the scene of the first
and second victories
in Spencer Pigot’s
four-win hot streak
at the start of the
2014 Pro Mazda
The Juncos Racing driver has logged a
perfect record, winning the first four races
of the season—but teammate Kyle Kaiser
and Cape Motorsports with Wayne Taylor
Racing’s Scott Hargrove are nipping at his
heels. Follow the rising stars of the Mazda
Road to Indy on the NBC Sports Network
and Road ToIndy. TV! Find the full schedule
online at promazdachampionship.com!
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STARS RACE TODAY
SPENCER PIGOT HAS SET THE BAR!