JUAN PABLO GARCIA IS HEADING TO SONOMA FOR HIS SECOND RACE OF THE SEASON IN THE INDY LIGHTS SERIES MEXICO CITY, Mexico (August 19, 2010) - After a good performance in the Firestone Indy Lights Series, Juan Pablo Garcia is heading to ...
JUAN PABLO GARCIA IS HEADING TO SONOMA FOR HIS SECOND RACE OF THE SEASON IN THE INDY LIGHTS SERIES
MEXICO CITY, Mexico (August 19, 2010) - After a good performance in the Firestone Indy Lights Series, Juan Pablo Garcia is heading to the difficult 2.303-mile (3.706-Km.) permanent circuit of the Infineon Raceway.
Garcia made his debut last year at the same venue located in Sonoma, California and now he will compete in the Carneros 100, Round 10 of the season.
The Mexican talked about it: "I'm prepared for this race weekend, for my second race at Sonoma in the Firestone Indy Lights and I'm very glad to return to this track where I raced last year."
"It's a fun and interesting circuit, since it has lots of blind turns, ups and downs and also fast sectors. Hopefully we'll achieve a better finish than the one we've got at Mid-Ohio," he added.
"We come from a fun race weekend where we've had a good set up. And despite setting up for the Infineon Raceway is complicated, we expect to continue with the good feedback between engineer and I, to get once again a competitive car. Also, the team is looking forward to this Indy Lights race," said the driver of the car #8.
Garcia has experience in open wheel racing with A1 Team Mexico in the extinct A1GP Series. He also competed in British F3 National Class and raced in several Series of Formula Renault 2.0 both in Europe and South America.
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