The Masters have been expanding into America for some years now, but this year marks a further push, with a new Masters-run meeting at Laguna Seca on 15-16 May, and a new series, Formula Atlantic Plus, for Formula Atlantic, Formula Super Vee and Formula 2 cars from the pre-1986 era. Having already run some of their US grids at Sebring in March, in all, they are offering their US drivers the opportunity to race at nine different race meetings this year, four of them in collaboration with David Hinton and the HSR organisation, with whom they enjoy ever-closer ties.
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