Formula Continental Leaders - 2019 Current Standings (after 4 races)

1st - Formula Continental, 46pts

Daniel Guenther   With a first place finish in his rookie season with GLC, Daniel's persistence has paid off! Now in his second season, racing under the banner of Wrenchaholics and Fox Run Racing, he has both the drive and the knowledge of what it takes to compete with a very fast crowd, this time defending his crown.

Daniel Guenther

With a first place finish in his rookie season with GLC, Daniel's persistence has paid off! Now in his second season, racing under the banner of Wrenchaholics and Fox Run Racing, he has both the drive and the knowledge of what it takes to compete with a very fast crowd, this time defending his crown.

2nd - Formula Continental, 26pts

Jason Bach   Jason’s presence off track is quiet and polite. His presence on track is fiercely competitive. He’s had an unfortunate run of mechanical difficulties this year, but his perseverance has kept him in the hunt. Expect to see more speed out of him this season as the gremlins continue to be evicted.

Jason Bach

Jason’s presence off track is quiet and polite. His presence on track is fiercely competitive. He’s had an unfortunate run of mechanical difficulties this year, but his perseverance has kept him in the hunt. Expect to see more speed out of him this season as the gremlins continue to be evicted.

3rd - Formula Continental, 13pts(T)

David Howe / Steve Myers (Tie)   As our resident Brit, it’s no surprise that Dave Howe is running the colors of Team Hesketh. His Carbir is typically the most well kept car in the paddock, and it shows in the speed of both car and driver. Meanwhile, Steve Myers’ car is also quite well kept, but runs a distinctive ‘harlequin’ paint scheme, belying the priority of its pilot on driver development. Both of these guys are absurdly fast and will no doubt be challenging up the grid.

David Howe / Steve Myers (Tie)

As our resident Brit, it’s no surprise that Dave Howe is running the colors of Team Hesketh. His Carbir is typically the most well kept car in the paddock, and it shows in the speed of both car and driver. Meanwhile, Steve Myers’ car is also quite well kept, but runs a distinctive ‘harlequin’ paint scheme, belying the priority of its pilot on driver development. Both of these guys are absurdly fast and will no doubt be challenging up the grid.

 

Club Formula Continental Leaders - 2018 Final Results

1st - CFC, 49pts

Curtis Easterling   Curtis is sure to be a friendly face in every GLC paddock and one of the fiercest competitors on track. He's known to do what it takes to stay in the fight and has the championship history to prove it - but is also the first guy to ask when your car needs a spare part and a hand fixing it. He’s in a tight points race with 2nd place - let’s see how well he can hang on next month at Mid-Ohio!

Curtis Easterling

Curtis is sure to be a friendly face in every GLC paddock and one of the fiercest competitors on track. He's known to do what it takes to stay in the fight and has the championship history to prove it - but is also the first guy to ask when your car needs a spare part and a hand fixing it. He’s in a tight points race with 2nd place - let’s see how well he can hang on next month at Mid-Ohio!

2nd - CFC, 41pts

Andrew Gamble   Hailing from Pennsylvania, Andrew is proof that the Great Lakes Championship is worth the drive! After a tough fight to claim third place last year, he’s now eager and experienced to steal the lead from Curtis in CFC. Andrew is a great friend to all in the paddock, a great dad, and runs the best Instagram account there is! Check it out at https://www.instagram.com/greatlakeschampionship/

Andrew Gamble

Hailing from Pennsylvania, Andrew is proof that the Great Lakes Championship is worth the drive! After a tough fight to claim third place last year, he’s now eager and experienced to steal the lead from Curtis in CFC. Andrew is a great friend to all in the paddock, a great dad, and runs the best Instagram account there is! Check it out at https://www.instagram.com/greatlakeschampionship/

3rd - CFC, 22pts

Tyler Woods   Rounding out the top three in CFC is 'the Bigfoot with a lead foot'. Tyler somehow shoehorns his 6'4" frame into a formula car! He starts college in the fall, but is no newcomer to racing, with multiple karting victories under his belt before he moved to the GLC Series, where he has won the championship for the last four years. He drives for Boss Motorsports and is sponsored by RevX Oils.

Tyler Woods

Rounding out the top three in CFC is 'the Bigfoot with a lead foot'. Tyler somehow shoehorns his 6'4" frame into a formula car! He starts college in the fall, but is no newcomer to racing, with multiple karting victories under his belt before he moved to the GLC Series, where he has won the championship for the last four years. He drives for Boss Motorsports and is sponsored by RevX Oils.