ART Grand Prixâ€™s driver Esteban Gutierrez is reporting himself ready for the last round of the 2010 season that will take place in Monza with the last two races of the first year of the competitive GP3 series. Esteban is back at the historic...
ART Grand Prix’s driver Esteban Gutierrez is reporting himself ready for the last round of the 2010 season that will take place in Monza with the last two races of the first year of the competitive GP3 series.
Esteban is back at the historic Italian circuit where he conquered the championship of the Formula BMW Europe in 2008 with talented German team Josef Kaufmann Racing by finishing third and stepping on the podium, thus making a historic moment for Mexican motorsports.
Gutierrez arrives to his last GP3 appointment as the absolute leader of the championship with 75 points, earned from the dedication and effort that he and the team have put race after race.
As he always does, Esteban will be seeking to achieve a great result at Monza, where he only needs mathematics to be on his side to become the first ever GP3 champion this weekend and to continue his learning and success in the scene of international motorsports.
Car No. 2 ART Grand Prix
"We have to get the best out of the last days of the season, the most important thing is that we give our best at all times."
"Monza is a very unique track, where the work in the garage has been very interesting to put our plan together and achieve an optimal setup for the car. The entire team is here very motivated and expect to live a nice weekend in which we can work well and have a nice time together."
"If God wants to, things will turn out positive for us this weekend. We will try and win one more time in the last chance of the season."