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APRIL 11-13:
Road Atlanta, Braselton, GA
Rounds 1 and 2

MAY 16-18:

Watkins Glen International, Watkins Glen, NY
Rounds 3 and 4

JUNE 6-8:
Verginia International Raceway, Alton, VA
Rounds 5 and 6

JULY 4-6
Mid Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington, OH
Rounds 7 and 8

Pittsburg International, Wampum, PA
Rounds 9 and 10

AUGUST 29-31

Thompson Speedway, Thompson, CT
Rounds 11 and 12

OCTBER 10-12

Watkins Glen International, Watkins Glen, NY
Rounds 13 and 14

SCCA Majors Championship Series

June 6, 7 & 8
New Jersey Motorsports Park, Millville , NJ

July 3, 4 5, & 6
Watkins Glen International, Watkins Glen NY

August 1, 2 & 3
Summit Point Raceway, Lexington, VA

September 12, 13 & 14
Watkins Glen International, Watkins Glen NY

October 6 - 12
SCCA National Championship Runoffs, Mazda Raceway, Laguna Seca, Salinas, CA



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June 10, 2014
Rabe Bounces Back to Hard Charger Run

Monticello, NY – Jason Rabe endured a weekend full of bad luck, but recovered for a 23rd to seventh run in Sunday’s F2000 Championship Series race at VIRginia International Raceway. In fact, Rabe picked up 15 of those spots in the first three laps before running down a number of cars in the front of the field and working his way into seventh to score the Hard Charger award for the 14-lap event. A full test day on Thursday was supposed to afford the K-Hill Motorsports driver some two hours of practice in his No. 14 Van Diemen, however, an engine misfire sidelined the car for the day. “It was a rough start for myself and the K-Hill guys,” said Rabe. “We lost all of the test day with that issue, and I was making up seat time during qualifying sessions.” Luck would surface, however, as Rabe managed to qualify his season best, sixth place for Saturday’s race. “We were late to the grid with a fuel pump issue, however, which forced us to start last, and the race ended in turn one when the car shut off,” he explained. The crew traced the issue to a wiring issue – a plastic connector worth a few cents that controlled the fuel pump – and Sunday was supposed to start well with an early-morning qualifying. “We thought the wiring issue was fixed, but qualifying proved otherwise, as the car shut off on the out lap, forcing us to start dead last for Sunday’s race,” Rabe continued. More determined than ever, the problem was fixed for real this time. “I needed to prove that I’m competitive in pro racing. Especially with the uncertainty of sponsorship for the remaining season,” Rabe said. “I guess I went from 24th to eighth in the opening three laps, and by then the field was spread out, but I could see I was reeling in the fourth through sixth cars but by then the race was over.” Calling it one of his best drives ever, Rabe thanked Delaware Investments and Monticello Motor Club for the opportunity, and further impresses the paddock with his pace despite lack of any realistic seat time his competitors had throughout the weekend.

Monticello, NY March 14, 2014
Rabe: From Indy to Watkins Glen

Fresh off an Expert Class win in the Pro Mazda Grand Prix of Indianapolis and Hard Charger honors, Jason Rabe will strap into his No. 14 K-Hill Motorsports F2000 Championship Series entry at Watkins Glen International this weekend, May 16-18, for rounds three and four of the 2014 F2000 season. Charging through the field from 19th to ninth at the famed Brickyard, Rabe will now hope to improve upon that and better his top ten result from the F2000 season opener in Road Atlanta last month. Better yet, a day of testing at New Jersey Motorsport Park proved the No. 14 chassis fast and dialed in – and Rabe will have 32 other cars to contend with on the natural terrain high-speed long-course at Watkins Glen. “Going from a race weekend at Indianapolis to a weekend at Watkins Glen is hard to believe,” Rabe said. “Those are two of the best tracks in the world.” The weekend gets going with a double practice day on Friday, May 16, with both Saturday and Sunday featuring qualifying sessions and races. Follow live on

About Jason Rabe: Always being obsessed and fascinated by racing, Jason literally dropped everything he had and moved to New Jersey Motorsports Park chasing a dream. At that point, he was living in his car secretly at the track and looking for anything motorsports-related to do. Now, a business owner and professional driving coach, Rabe runs events in select F2000 and Pro Mazda races.

Abbottstown, PA May 12, 2014
#14 Rabe car to race Watkins Glen

The #14 Team Rabe car is prepared for the Watkins Glen International F2000 Championship Series races May 16 to 18, 2014 by K-Hill Motorsports. Jason Rabe set new unofficial track records at New Jersey Motorsports Park (NJMP) May 5 on both "Lightening" and "Thunderbolt" courses in the GMI '06 VanDiemen despite a gearbox issue. The setup at NJMP is portable to Watkins Glen international. The Watkins Glen weekend is rounds three and four of the F2000 Championship Series. Jason has not driven at WGI so this will be his first outing there.

Indianapolis IN, May 10, 2014
GMI Jason Rabe Wins Pro-Mazda Indy Race

Jason Rabe won the Expert Class for drivers 30 and older on the IMS road course Saturday May 10, 2014 prior to the first Indianapolis Grand Prix. The car was prepared by M1 racing and a ride Jason Rabe also drove at the US Grand Prix in Houston Texas in 2013. Jason was excited to win at Indianapolis and aspires to drive an IndyCar one day in the Indy 500.