Porto near perfect in Portland to keep USF Pro 2000 title hopes alive

Porto near perfect in Portland to keep USF Pro 2000 title hopes alive
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Porto near perfect in Portland to keep USF Pro 2000 title hopes alive

In the first race of the VP Racing Fuels Grand Prix of Portland, Kiko Porto kept his championship hopes alive by winning the race. Despite Porto’s victory, Myles Rowe of Pabst Racing with Force Indy finished second and maintained a strong lead in the championship standings. Bijoy Garg, Porto’s teammate at DEForce Racing, secured his first ever podium finish by finishing third. Michael d’Orlando started on pole position but encountered trouble during the race, while Porto and Rowe skillfully avoided the chaos at the start and pulled away from the rest of the field. Porto acknowledged that he needs to win races to have a chance at the championship and expressed his determination to fight until the end.

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Source: Racer.com

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