Updated: Aug 7, 2019
August 6, 2019
TWO 7TH PLACE FINISHES AT VIRGINIA RACEWAY
Logan Cusson enjoyed a strong race weekend as a rookie competing in the F3 Americas championship at Virginia International Raceway scoring a pair of 7th place finishes.
19 year old Logan entered the 2019 F3 Americas championship as a very raw rookie, with his only racing experience being one season in the Canadian F1600 championship.
Following a seven day driver development program with Jensen Global Advisors driving the Ligier F4 race car, Logan entered the F4 West Coast Winter Series with two race weekends in January and February 2019.
Logan dominated the F4 West Coast Winter Series scoring two race wins and two second place finishes, which was the catalyst behind the decision for Logan to graduate straight up to the F3 Americas Championship for the 2019 season.
Showing impressive speed, Logan qualified 7th and finished 6th for his first race in the F3 Americas series at Barber MotorSport Park running on the same event weekend with IndyCar. The strong results immediately validated the decision to graduate directly up to the F3 Americas category, as was again evidenced by Logan's performance at Virginia.
Discussing his 2019 season Logan Cusson states, "It was a big challenge to graduate so quickly to the much faster and heavier F3 Americas car, as well as competing against many vastly more experienced drivers. However my development plan was always to make two series in the F3 Americas series, to learn as much as possible in my rookie season to be able to challenge for a championship in my sophomore season."
For more information about Logan Cusson, visit Logan Cusson Racing
And for more information about the F3 Americas championship, visit www.F3Americas.com