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The Ladder Report: Mar. 21 Edition

In the previous edition of The Ladder Report, I posted a poll asking readers "Which junior formula championship are you most excited to watch in 2010?".  For those who voted, thank you!  The response was pretty decent and produced the results I expected.  The Indy Lights championship was the clear-cut favorite which isn't surprising considering that this is an IndyCar blog ... but, it was still nice to see some of you vote for the lower level championships as well.  Make sure to continue to tune-in here and learn more about all the championships and follow along as we cover the stars of tomorrow.

Here is the latest from around the junior formula world...

Skip Barber National Championship

Isaac Lyons and Dennis Trebing Leave Sebring Victorious: The Skip Barber National Championship completed Rounds 3 & 4 over the weekend at Sebring International Raceway.  Isaac Lyons claimed his first career SBN win in Round 3 and Florida's Dennis Trebing became the first driver to repeat as a race winner in 2010.  Spencer Pigot, who leads the overall championship through four races, is the only driver to have finished on the podium in every race thus far into 2010.

USF2000 National Championship

This edition of The Ladder Report could have been entirely dedicated to the USF2000 National Championship considering the number of driver announcements over the last week.  The following is a list of who signed with whom during the last week.  Please out-click on the links below for more information on each individual driver.