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With a podium result this past weekend, Miller Vinatieri Motorsports driver Jack William Miller increased his podium total to two on the season as he climbed to eighth in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship point standings. Along with Miller’s best result of the season, teammate Max Kaeser drove to tenth in the first and second races of the weekend and levelled up to eighth in the third and final race to score his best results of the season. “Great event for the team and solid results for both Jack and Max,” expressed Team Co-Owner Jack Miller. “We are pretty happy with everything but also a little disappointed as I and the rest of the team believe a race win was in the cards in both race one and three. Either way, what a turn around the entire team has had as we are finally hitting our stride courtesy of the experienced and knowledgeable staff that we have brought into the program.” Showing that his third-place podium result at Lucas Oil Raceway was no fluke, Jack William Miller qualified fourth for round seven on Thursday and quickly moved to second in the opening lap. With speed on his side, luck would […]
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It was the event closest to their home base and Jack William Miller delivered his best career USF2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires result. With a host of friends, family and partners in attendance, the Patterson Dental backed driver was the star of the race gaining two positions in the closing laps to stand on the third step of the podium. “This is big. It’s big for me and it’s big for the team. Everyone is here – my family, my sponsors. They’re all from Indy, so this means so much. But if you’d told me I would be on the podium back on Lap 50, I’d have said no way,” explained Jack Miller. “I got shuffled back at the start on the inside, and it was miserable early. But I caught up in lapped traffic late in the race and made a move when the guys in front of me got congested. I’m starting to make up for the early DNFs this season, so we’re still in it.” Falling from third to sixth on the start, Miller quickly gained one position and settled into the fifth position. Biding his time, saving tires and working to have the best car […]
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With six races at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Miller Vinatieri Motorsports put a major emphasis on the Lexington, Ohio facility. Scoring a top-five result in the series test a few weeks ago, Jack William Miller carried that momentum forward into the July 29th and 30th triple header. Claiming a fifth-place result in round five, Miller and his MVM program will look to improve those results in less than one weeks’ time as they return to Ohio. After experiencing some electrical issues that hindered results in race one and being caught up in a racing incident in the second wheel-to-wheel race of the two-day event, Miller was primed and focused to deliver a good result in race three. Starting in the ninth position, Jack was able to work his way forward and get the much-needed result for not only himself, but Miller Vinatieri Motorsports as a whole. “Race one and two did not go as planned, but I knew that we had the speed to compete,” explained Jack William. “The team did a great job to diagnose, find and fix our electrical issue, and I thought we were going to have a good result in race two. Unfortunately, my front wing […]
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After announcing in mid-August plans to contest the 2019 Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda, Miller Vinatieri Motorsports went immediately to work to secure a second driver to join Jack William Miller as teammate. Today the team is proud to announce Brazilian Eduardo Barrichello will pilot a Miller Vinatieri Motorsports USF-17 for his debut season in the Road to Indy series. “We are very pleased to have Eduardo join the MVM family,” notes team owner and three-time Indianapolis 500 starter Jack Miller. “Eduardo is son of former Formula 1 star Rubens Barrichello, and their family bond is unmistakable. It rings true having my son as a second generation driver, so I am confident Eduardo and the whole Barrichello family will fit perfectly into our operation. We will be running our first season in the USF2000 ranks, but we have put together an excellent and experienced crew and engineer, making a great platform for Eduardo as he begins his march up the Road to Indy ladder.” Eduardo will enter 2019 on the heels of his first full season in open-wheel racing. Competing in the US F4 division as a rookie in 2018, the Orlando, Florida resident had a strong first […]
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Announced only a few weeks ago that Indianapolis, Indiana based Miller Vinatieri Motorsports (MVM) will compete in the 2019 Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda, the team has officially entered one driver for the upcoming Chris Griffis Test. Taking place at the iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway during the weekend of September 22-23, Jack William Miller will pilot the USF-17 car for the evolving MVM program. “The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is one of those facilities that you dream about racing at and I am thankful to have the opportunity to test this year as well as look forward to the race there in 2019,” stated Jack William Miller. “My goal is to climb the motorsports ladder and compete in the Indianapolis 500, and the Road to Indy not only competes at several of the same tracks that the Verizon IndyCar Series does, it also provides amazing opportunities and possibilities.” While Miller Vinatieri Motorsports is new to the USF2000 program, the open wheel race team is experienced and brings a wealth of knowledge to the table. With a solid crew that has years’ worth of experience in all forms of motorsports, a marketing and promotional team on site for each and […]
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Indianapolis, Indiana based Miller Vinatieri Motorsports (MVM) is set for big changes in 2019. Announcing today that they will compete in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda, the team will get their first official test under their belt at the Chris Griffis Memorial Test at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway during the weekend of September 22-23. Set to embark on a two car program, the option of a possible third car will be announced at a later date. “I am really excited to enter the Road to Indy program as they offer so much possibility for up and coming drivers,” explained three time Indianapolis 500 starter and five season Indy Lights competitor Jack Miller. “I have been fortunate enough to experience IndyCar racing first hand and my son has a goal to make it to the top. This is the best thing for him and his future career as well as our outstanding number of marketing partners.” With Jack William Miller set to drive one of the Miller Vinatieri Motorsports USF-17s, the second seat is currently open for both the Chris Griffis Test as well as the 2019 racing season. Miller continued, “My team and I have managed to […]
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