The F4 U.S. Championship Powered by Honda was developed to help young drivers transition from karting into open-wheel racing. F4 U.S. is the only United States-based series approved by the FIA, with drivers having the opportunity to earn FIA Super License points. The championship is accessible at every level, from drivers graduating from karting, teams stepping up to pro-level competition or fans attending a race weekend. Participants benefit from driver training, unmatched affordability and strong manufacturer support. All competitors can grow and succeed into higher levels of motorsport.
The FR Americas Championship Powered by Honda offers young talent the opportunity to demonstrate their skills on an international platform while keeping affordability and safety as key elements of the program. One of FR America’s greatest strengths is the analytical work that must be carried out by the drivers in cooperation with their engineers. The series is a spec series, allowing single or multi-car teams the same opportunity of success with capped costs. The cars do allow for significant setup adjustments, which increases the drivers’ technical knowledge and builds proficiencies required for moving up in open wheel racing.
The USF2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires debuted in 2010 and is a continuation of the highly regarded USF2000 series which ran from 1990 through 2006, launching the careers of many of today’s top drivers. Sanctioned by USAC, the series is the second official step on the USF Pro Championships Presented by Cooper Tires – a clearly defined path to reach the top echelons of the sport. All three (3) American circuit types (road course, street course, oval) are utilized by the series. Series champions, including the likes of Josef Newgarden, Spencer Pigot and Gabby Chaves, benefit from a champion’s scholarship package valued at over $440,000 to advance to the USF Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires.
The newly rebranded USF Pro 2000 Presented by Cooper Tires (formerly Indy Pro 2000) has served as a vital step on the career path of many of today’s top drivers. It is the third official step on the USF Pro Championships ladder. The series is sanctioned by USAC and owned and operated by Andersen Promotions. The series competes on the same weekends as the NTT INDYCAR Series with the champion receiving a scholarship valued at over $660,000 to advance to the Indy Lights Championship.
The mission of JHDD is to develop our own drivers internally by educating and passing down all of our knowledge to help the drivers perform to the very best of their ability.
Our job is to give the drivers all the tools, assets and information to win. If we are able to take a young driver and teach them the correct driving techniques, racecraft and mindset from the beginning, all while building their confidence, maintaining a consistent message and sense of continuity, the driver will be rewarded with results and championships.
Who better to teach this than Team Principal, Jay Howard—former Road to Indy champion, INDYCAR driver and now championship-winning team owner—who has the experience, knows exactly what it takes and how to WIN.