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Rodolfo Avila to test at Valencia

Avila to test at Valencia looking forward 2007 Rodolfo Avila has secured a test deal with British F3 International Series team's Performance Racing Europe. The Macanese was invited by the Sweden founded and UK based team to drive the...

Avila to test at Valencia looking forward 2007

Rodolfo Avila has secured a test deal with British F3 International Series team's Performance Racing Europe. The Macanese was invited by the Sweden founded and UK based team to drive the Championship Class car Dallara F306-Mugen Honda on the 19th and 20th at Valencia, Spain.

After conquering the 4th position in the 2006 British F3 National Class championship, Rodolfo Avila is evaluating his options for next season. The Macau SAR official driver wants to continue his career in the highest level of the world motorsport. This test will give Avila the opportunity to try the car he drove at Macau Grand Prix where the Macanese motorsport biggest hope didn't showed all his talent because of qualifying engine troubles and an early accident at Fishermen's Bend.

"I want to exploit this chance to return to the cockpit of the car I drove at Macau. I expect to get back to my normal pace quite fast as I don't drive a racing car for a while. I'm looking forward to know the new team members. The team had a serious reorganization after the end of the last season and I believe Performance Racing is stronger than ever. I'm going to do my best at Valencia as there will be many others competitors from F3 world", says Rodolfo Avila.

It is early to make a final decision concerning the 2007 season but the Macanese driver wishes to return to the place that saw him debuting in European racing. "I'd like to keep racing in Formula 3 and in England. I want to develop my driver career in a top championship to maintain Macau represented on the famous tracks around the world. Definitely I'm looking for a racing seat in a top team. Let's wait and see. The last word will be said by my sponsors. I want to show them again my gratitude for their incredible support during 2006", confess the 19 years old driver.

-credit: www.rodolfoavila.com

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