Frost ends Indy Pro 2000 Series in 3rd position

Frost Secures 3rd in the Championship Series with a Pair of Podiums in St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg, Fla. (October 26, 2020) – Danial Frost left nothing on the table as he finished the 2020 Indy Pro 2000 Championship presented by Cooper Tires with a pair of podiums at the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Presented by Cooper Tires and Allied Building Products this weekend and secured third overall in the championship.

Frost came into the finale hot, qualifying second on the 1.8-mile, 14-turn street circuit for Race 1 and setting the tone for the weekend. In Race 1, the 19-year-old Singaporean driver gave it all he could to chase down pole sitter Sting Ray Robb—almost taking the fastest lap time and closing the gap to the leader with each lap—but couldn’t quite catch the 2020 champion for the win, instead settling for second.

For Race 2, Frost qualified his #68 DENJET car third, just narrowly missing another second place starting position by .06 seconds. A yellow flag at the start of the final race got the field off to a rocky start, but Frost fought for one last podium to conclude the season, achieving that with a third place finish and enough points to claim second runner up in the championship.

 

This weekend was a very strong ending to the season. I’m very proud of the team and myself to get the results that we needed. Being able to get the double podium this weekend led us to finishing third in the championship overall. To still finish in the top three with all the challenges we’ve had throughout the year, I couldn’t be more proud of the team’s effort! Thank you to all my sponsors, family, and supporters to make this possible. I wish Turn 3 Motorsport all the best for their future.”

 – Danial Frost

In addition, Turn 3 Motorsport accomplished fourth in the team championship in its first full season campaign with the Indy Pro 2000 Championship.

It’s been a successful first year in the Indy Pro 2000 Championship for our team. I’m very proud of all the staff and what we achieved together. We showed up as an unknown, and we finished the year proving we are one of the best teams in the paddock. I really want to thank Antoine, Danial, and Rasmus for what they all brought to the program. It was a pleasure to work with Danial this season, and he did a great job for our team winning races and consistently fighting for the top spot every weekend. Now we shift our focus to 2021, and we will aim to be stronger and go for that championship!

 – Peter Dempsey, Team Owner, Turn3 Motorsport

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Click here for the full Indy Pro 2000 Championship standings

About Turn 3 Motorsport: Turn 3 Motorsport is a full service operation specializing in racecar preparation, engineering, and driver development. Founded and managed by racecar driver and coach Peter Dempsey, T3M is focused on professional service, team member growth, and high level performance across multiple racing series.

About Peter Dempsey: Peter is an Irish racecar driver, engineer, and driver development leader with a lifetime of motorsport experience. Peter’s racing record includes nine wins in the Indy Pro 2000 (formerly Star Mazda) series and a title of Vice Champion, an Indy Lights series win that was one of the most exciting finishes in the history of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and being one of only two drivers to win the prestigious Walter Hayes Trophy three times.

Peter and Turn 3 Motorsport also achieved a record-breaking win at the NASA 25 Hours of Thunderhill endurance race in 2019, piloting the #10 Eastern Racing / Turn 3 Motorsport Radical SR3 RSX 1340 to a dominating win, leading 638 out of 672 laps, and becoming the first car under two liters to achieve the overall win. In addition to his own racing resume, Peter has enjoyed mentoring and coaching many young drivers to reach their full potential as they climb the motorsports ladder.

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