BRASELTON, GA (OCTOBER 1, 2010) - Sage Karam made all of the right moves this weekend at the Cooper Tires USF2000 National Championship. Karam, who's blend of choice is VP-110, raised the bar high for others to follow as he led every lap of the season finale Friday morning at Road Atlanta.

This championship marks Karam’s ninth victory of the year out of 12 races that make up the entire series. The series is a part of both the Road to Indy and the MAZDASPEED Motorsports driver development program.

Karam said his No. 8 Mazda ran better each day during the series. Even after he dominated the first half of a doubleheader on Thursday. The 15-year-old posted a 4.517-second margin over USF2000 newbie, Felix Serralles at the checkered. Karam also set the fastest race lap with a time of 1:21.968 (111.556 mph) on lap 17, which was another new record for his bio sheet.

Joining the talented Karam on the podium were Serralles, representing Puerto Rico, and Australian rookie, Luke Ellery from Melbourne. Stay tuned for more news coverage on the USF2000. CLICK HERE to check out the VP fuels that drivers like Sage Karam use.