Josh Green will stay in USF2000 for a second full season next year, and drive for the Turn 3 Motorsport team run by Peter Dempsey.
Turn 3 competed in sportscars before joining the Road to Indy ladder in Indy Pro 2000, and expands its efforts into the championship below that for 2021 with a two-car effort.
Green was a Team USA scholar last year after becoming title runner-up in F1600 Championship Series, and also made his USF2000 debut. A full-time move into the series came in 2020 with the crack Cape Motorsports team and he was sixth in the standings with three podiums.
“I’m extremely excited about joining Turn 3 Motorsport for the 2021 season,” said Green.
“Each day of our testing was extremely effective and maximized in every aspect which is the most important thing from pre-season tests.
“We now go into the off-season with our heads held high and lots of valuable information in our back pockets heading into the season.”
Green has recently been driving for Turn 3 in a USF2000 car in the YACademy Winter Series tests at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
“Peter and Richard (Lyons) both come from backgrounds steeped in talent and success, and I can’t wait to continue to grow and learn throughout the year with them. As for the season, the goal is a championship, as it is for everyone.
“But, no matter the outcome, the most important thing is each one of us leaves the season knowing we put 110% into our campaign. If we’re successful in that, I have no doubt that a championship is within reach.”
Turn 3 plans to announce its second USF2000 driver in the coming weeks, as well as an update on its IP2000 programme.