Laguna Seca: Team Pakistan Saturday report

A1 Team Pakistan pulls the punches Team Pakistan welcomed Joey Gilbert, American NABO Middleweight Champion boxer, as a guest at Laguna Seca this weekend. Joey has won 11 of his 12 professional fights and is the current NABO Middleweight...

A1 Team Pakistan pulls the punches

Team Pakistan welcomed Joey Gilbert, American NABO Middleweight Champion boxer, as a guest at Laguna Seca this weekend. Joey has won 11 of his 12 professional fights and is the current NABO Middleweight Champion. In addition he is a trained attorney. Joey endorses Aquis, sponsors of A1 Team Pakistan. Aquis is a scientifically advanced electrolyte delivery drink developed originally for the US military and now being used by top athletes around the world. Uniquely it has a low sugar content and focuses the replenishment of electrolyte levels and represents the latest evolution in sports rehydration.

Following snow overnight the sun came out and by the start of the qualifying sessions the track was completely dry. Practice went well this morning with Adam continuing to refamiliarise himself with the car after a three race break, but with the first of todays two practice sessions being cancelled the team lost a valuable hour of track time. A1 Team Pakistan will start the race from 21st on the grid for the Sprint race and hope to gain positions to claim a higher slot for the Feature race.

Adam Khan "I was struggling a little with grip -- the set-up of the car wasn't quite as I would have liked. It was my worst qualifying of the Series and definitely isn't representative of what I can achieve. I'm looking forward to the race. As everyone has seen I go for it in races and I've always managed to finish at least one race higher than my grid slot. We'll be working on set-up overnight and in warm-up to get it better for the races."

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Series A1GP
Drivers Adam Langley-Khan