After being narrowly edged to pole for the first USF2000 race of the weekend, Cape Motorsports’ Oliver Askew resumed his dominance to top the second qualifying session of the weekend.
With a stunning final lap, Askew sent a five-way battle for dominance beyond doubt by putting almost 0.2sec between himself and closest challenger, BN Racing’s David Malukas, with a 1min12.2192sec lap, an average of 89.029mph around Toronto’s 1.786-mile streetcourse.
Series returnee Alexandre Baron of ArmsUp Motorsports clocked third fastest, a mere 0.0395 from Malukas and just 0.0003sec faster than yesterday’s pole-winner, Exclusive Autosport’s Parker Thompson.
Rinus VeeKay, Askew’s strongest challenger on the points table was fifth for Pabst Racing – 0.4sec off top spot but 0.2sec clear of sixth fastest runner, Robert Megennis in the fastest of the Team Pelfrey entries.
Calvin Ming (Pabst), Devin Wojcik (ArmsUp), debutant Jose Sierra (DEForce Racing) and Lucas Kohl (Pabst) completed the Top 10.
The first USF2000 race starts at 12 noon ET today.
Source : MotorSport