Verra of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, will be piloting the No. 25 Formula Enterprises Alliance Autosport entry in the National Class. Verra’s racing background includes numerous top-10 finishes in the Skip Barber F2000 Series and the F1000 Championship Series, and he will certainly be a contender for podium finishes. Verra is also an entrepreneur trained in mixed martial arts. His sponsors and supporters include Capto Scientia, Enemy Sport, Toshi, and the Cancer Research Society. More information is available at www.verrasport.ca.
Rettich of Camden, Ohio, will be piloting the No. 71 Formula Enterprises Alliance Autosport entry in the National Class. Rettich enters the USF2000 Championship with a very strong record of success in Formula Enterprises competition with Alliance Autosport. In the last three years, he has won the Formula Enterprises SCCA National Championship twice (2010 and 2011), the SCCA Pro Racing Formula Enterprises Championship (2011), the Formula Enterprises SCCA Triple Crown (2010), and the Formula Enterprises SCCA Super Sweep (2010 and 2011). In addition, the Ohio racer has also won multiple championships in sports racers and has been competing in Grand-Am Rolex GT events. Rettich’s sponsors and supporters include PDI Communication Systems, Springboro Car Wash, and Red Line Oil.
“We are very excited to be competing in the USF2000 Series,” stated Alliance Autosport Team Manager Suren Tchobanian. “The series has many great venues on the schedule, and we are really looking forward to competing at INDYCAR and ALMS events. We really enjoy racing in front of large crowds, and we are confident that with Ryan Verra and Scott Rettich behind the wheel we will be a serious contender for race wins and the championship. We would like to thank Mazda, Dan Anderson and SCCA Enterprises for allowing Formula Enterprises to be the sole chassis in the USF2000 National Class.”