Celso Miguez first driver for the 2007 World Series by Renault
San Pietro Mosezzo, Italy and Pontevedra, Spain (January 16, 2007): Eurointernational announced today that it has secured the driving talent of Spanish driver Celso Miguez for the 2007 World Series by Renault Championship.
Celso Miguez, 23, from Pontevedra, Spain will race in 2007 the third World Series season as the italian-based Team, sharing same goals for the incoming season.
"I am really excited about this season in World Series with Eurointernational" said Celso Miguez. "They have shown that totally count on Me to return to the winning season of the 2004 Eurocup FRV6 Championship. I am looking forward for the first test of the season and to work with my new engineer and new mechanics. I have a lot of trust in my new Team, and I am convinced that together we will reach our common winning objectives."
"When a Team present a new driver," said Antonio Ferrari, Eurointernational owner "it is always a great moment but Celso Miguez announcement is real special and an important moment for all my racing organization. I have worked hard in the last few months for have all the right pieces in place for the 2007 WS season and Celso has the talent and experience needed to bring us back to the winner circle."
Eurointernational is conducting since the end of last season, an estensive technical preparation of the FR3.5 cars and will present in the 2007 World Series program a boosted technical management with addition of new engineeres and technicians to work with Technical Director Nicola Sgotto.
"Eurointernational and Celso Miguez have been way underrated in the last two World Series seasons considering both winning history and I am totally convinced that they will surprise a lot of people" concluded Antonio Ferrari.
The program will be officially presented with all sponsors announcements during a special event at Pontevedra, Spain before the beginning of the testing season when Celso Miguez will bring his FR3.5 World Series car in his home town with all Eurointernational Team.