DeFrancesco Romps To Indy Pro 2000 Glory

MILLVILLE, N.J. – Devlin DeFrancesco thoroughly dominated Saturday’s Cooper Tires Indy Pro 2000 Grand Prix at New Jersey Motorsports Park. “That was a new situation for us, to be out in front for the entire race, so that was fun. That’s the most satisfying feeling in the world,” said DeFrancesco. “I’m here to fight and Sting Ray (Robb) definitely has a fight on his hands.”. Robb, from Payette, Idaho, still holds a healthy 41-point advantage over DeFrancesco in the Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires, with four races remaining this season. DeFrancesco set the ball rolling this morning in qualifying as he edged Robb by just 0.0087 of a second to snag his third Cooper Tires Pole Award of the year. DeFrancesco then set a series of fastest laps to extend his margin to over a second in the first five opening laps before settling into a rhythm and eventually taking the checkered flag fully 5.3507 seconds to the good. DeFrancesco’s performance ensured a second PFC Award of the season for the winning team.

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