JDX Racing Battles Wet Conditions During Its First Factory Supported Test

 

A wet track and constant drizzle didn’t stop JDX Racing, a Colorado based race team owned by former professional driver and television color commentator Jeremy Dale, from unwrapping its new Formula 4 United States Championship powered by Honda car. The team held its first factory supported test on the pavement of New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville, New Jersey May 21-22.

“While it rained all weeked, we were excited to see the car in action,” said Dale. “The rain provided us with the opportunity to see how the car handled in wet conditions. The other teams that have tested didn’t get that experience.”

Group-A Racing and Momentum Motorsports have both held factory supported tests in dry conditions.

JDX has entered three cars in the inaugural F4 U.S. Championship season debuting July 1-3 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course and plans on announcing its signed drivers next week.

Fans can view a clip of JDX’s test here and follow the team’s progress and driver announcements on Twitter (@JDXRacing).

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