November 2nd-4th, 2022
Circuit of the Americas
Hello everyone in the Berg Brigade,
I have had a packed last couple of weeks. Beginning with leaving on Tuesday the 18th, I have been traveling for the past 13 days (I am writing this on Halloween).
Although I will spend one night at my home in Buford, Georgia, I am leaving tomorrow (Tuesday the 1st), heading back to Austin, Texas, for the final round of the 2022 F4 U.S. Championship Powered by Honda at Circuit of the Americas (COTA).
We come into this round with 1 Pole, 3 front row starts, 9 top 5s, and 3 podiums. For a single-car team/driver with no experience in the series, those are some impressive results.
At the last round at VIR, as some of you may know, it was the first time ever I had prior driving experience at the circuit before the weekend. And to say the least, we had an impressive run in race 3.
To remind you all, I won the Spec MX-5 Championship here at COTA (for 90 minutes) and just completed my first-ever event racing in support of Formula 1 here last week. I know this track better than any other track on the calendar, and I am excited to see what we can do.
Once again, it will be Jesse Mata and Brandon Reed as my only two crew members for this Championship finale event.
I also look forward to announcing a new and exciting partnership with Veloce Garage. I would like to thank Mr. Bruce Wanta for making this weekend possible. Without him, we wouldn’t be racing.
As well as Jeremy Morrison from DAE Systems out of Claremont, North Carolina. You can learn more about DAE Systems in the lower section of this newsletter.
I would also like to thank my season-long partner Jevitty Life Science, for being a title sponsor for this event. Make sure to check out the Jevitty app on their website which is listed down below.
If you would like to support my racing in any way, you will be able to by Subscribing to the Jevitty App. Send me an email, and I will help get you started using it!
Edit: I am writing this part of my newsletter in the media entry at Circuit of the Americas today (Wednesday, the 2nd). We just completed our practice sessions and Qualifying. Unfortunately, we had a left rear suspension failure that ended my qualifying before I got to set a lap time. We will be starting dead last tomorrow. It will not stop me from driving up the field and getting a podium.
Thank you to my engineer Brandon Reed and mechanic Jesse Mata for getting the car fixed for tomorrow.
Below is the schedule; races will not be streamed. Live timing will be on “Race Monitor,” which is also below.
Also, I have attached some photos from my last newsletter for those of you who want to see more!
“Back to making the world a better place… One lap at a time.”
Mr. Tim Mayer gave my dad and me a tour of the FIA Stewards room and is responsible for setting up a bunch of meetings last weekend. I want to thank you, Mr. Mayer, for all of your help this weekend. I had an amazing experience.
To the right in this photo is Dennis Dean, an FIA Formula 1 Steward, who spend a lot of time with me, giving me some very valuable advice. Thank yours. Dean!
You can follow me live Via the Race Monitor App or through my Social Media channels (listed below). I would like to thank my partners for supporting me throughout my career, you can find them listed below; without them, my racing would not be possible.
Make sure to follow my 2022 racing exploits on the MySim.CA chassis and on the real race track at the following:
Doran-Kroll Competition: https://www.doranmotorsports.com/
Penn Elcom: https://www.pennelcomonline.com/
Jevitty Life Science: https://jevitty.com/
RRG Roofing: https://rrofga.com/
Stilo USA: https://www.stilohelmets.com/
Foxxr Digital Marketing: https://foxxr.com/
DAE Systems: https://dynamic-air.co.uk/
F1 Geeks Official: https://www.f1geeks.com/
Please feel free to contact me in any of the ways listed above to learn more about me or my partners who make racing possible!!