Cape Motorsports was formed in 2010. With leadership from brothers Nicholas and Dominic Cape, the team campaigns cars in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda and the Pro Mazda Championship Presented by Cooper Tires.
The goal of Cape Motorsports is to provide unmatched driver development both on and off the track. It is difficult for a young driver to jump into a professional series and win, regardless of talent. Through coaching and mentoring, Cape Motorsports provides young drivers with as much knowledge of motorsports to become as successful as possible.
Juncos Racing is based in Brownsburg, Ind., just outside the “racing capital of the world,” Indianapolis. In 1997, Ricardo Juncos established Juncos Racing, a full-service Formula Racing Team based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. For five years the team competed in various National Championships throughout South America and eventually made its way to the United States, opening the doors in 2003 to its first karting shop based in Miami, Fla.
During the next few years, Juncos Racing captured 19 local, regional and national karting titles. The team entered the Pro Mazda Championship (formerly Star Mazda) in 2009 and claimed its first championship in 2010 with driver Conor Daly. During the 2012 season, Juncos Racing entered into the Indy Lights Series and completed its fourth season in Pro Mazda.
Leading Edge Grand Prix has moved its base of operations to just outside Indianapolis, IN and has been operating successful race teams since 1987. Leading Edge Grand Prix (formerly ASR) has run front running teams in Indy Lights, Formula 4, Formula BMW, American Le Mans, Trans Am and Bridgestone Supercar Series, and has won prestigious events such as the 12 Hours of Sebring (LMP2). Leading Edge Grand Prix’s proven philosophy is to hire the best and run the best equipment so is drivers will be provided with an all-inclusive support program to enable them to win races and a championship.
After a successful year in 2016 in the USF4 Championship, which saw the team sweep the first three races of the season and finish the season in second place, Leading Edge Grand Prix decided to switch to the Pro Mazda Championship for 2017 providing its own in-house step to the popular Mazda Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires.