The third and fourth round of the Canadian Formula 2000 Championship series is being run at the Calabogie Motorsport Park with Blok's schedule being focused on the race on Saturday and Sunday, May 30 & 31.
Blok is no stranger to the Calabogie track, which was the scene of several of his accomplishments: his first race in a car (2009) which ended with his first podium finish, his first race victory in a car (2010) and his first clean sweep weekend – both poles, both wins, which sealed his 2012 championship, and making him the the youngest champion and back-to-back winner of the Formula Tour Series.
Blok's first outing with Britian West Motorsports this season was at the historic Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (formerly Mosport Park) in May as part of the Canadian F2000 Championship. Despite this being Blok's first time at the CT Motorsport Park his results were impressive: double pole positions and double podium finishes, winning the first race of the inaugural race of the Canadian Formula 2000 Championship.
The 21-year old Engineering student is looking forward a very competitive weekend at this technically challenging 5.05 KM, 20-Turn road course, and continued success at his "home" race.
"We had some good momentum at Mosport and I look forward to keeping the ball rolling going into Calabogie. The track is bit longer and more technical than Mosport, so hopefully lap traffic will not play as much as a factor this time and I hope to take the Tenaquip/Aurora Tools/Zenith Safety Products car to a pair of victories."
For information on Nathan Bok visit www.nathanblok.com, follow on twitter @NathanBlok or contact Steve Blok at (613) 582-3867 for information on sponsorship.
Nathan Blok Quick Facts: Nathan Blok is a 21-year old racer from Beachburg, Ontario and he is the two-time Formula Tour Series Champion. Blok has been racing for 15 years beginning in karting and earned his first victory in cars in 2010 with a 1st place finish in the Ontario Formula Ford Challenge race at Calabogie, Ontario. He holds the F1600 track record at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and he is the youngest driver to win at the Trois-Rivieres GP.
Away from the track, Blok holds a 1st Degree Black Belt in Karate, and is currently attending the Manufacturing Engineering Technology course at Loyalist College (Belleville, Ontario). For more information on Nathan Blok, visit www.nathanblok.com
Sponsors of Nathan Blok Racing: Nathan Blok would like to thank his sponsors for their continuing support – Aurora Tools (www.aurora-tools.com), Tenaquip (www.tenaquip.com), Zenith Safety Products (www.zenithsafety.com), Aikenhead's Drug Store (www.aikenheads.ca), Lad's Auto Recyclers, Sun Sign Graphics (www.sunsigngraphics.com, Calabogie Peaks (http://www.calabogie.com), Woody's MVR (www.woodysmvr.com), McMillan Transmission (www.mcmillantransmission.ca), Belder Tools (www.beldertool.com ),H and H Constructions (www.handhconstruction.ca), SRB Technologies (http://srbt.com) Sandra's Embroidery, Donleys Pool Service,TD Products (www.td-products.com).
The Series: The F2000 Canada Championship Series is a competitive wings and slicks open wheel racing series sanctioned by CASC – Ontario Region, and proudly supported by Stäubli and Lincoln Electric. The series is comprised of a six event, double-header format and competes at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park,
From: Sandra Blok for Nathan Blok Racing