The World Series by Nissan presented in Valencia is in search of its Formula One driver The 4th meeting of the World Series by Nissan has been presented today by the Circuit's managing Director, Eduardo NoguÃ©s. The event was attended by the...
The World Series by Nissan presented in Valencia is in search of its Formula One driver
The 4th meeting of the World Series by Nissan has been presented today by the Circuit's managing Director, Eduardo Nogués.
The event was attended by the General Sports Director of the Valencian Government, Concha Sanchez, who has been accompanied by the Series promoter, Jaime Alguersuari, and Adrian Campos, motorsports advisor of the Circuit.
Marco Rodríguez, director of the Escuela Lois Circuit and the World Series by Nissan drivers, Adrián Vallés and Félix Porteiro, as well as the young local drivers participating in the Spanish Formula Junior Championship, did also take part in this Official launch.
Since 1999, firstly with the Formula Nissan, and later on, with the World Series by Nissan, RPM Racing has demonstrated his loyalty and admiration to this track and their authorities which had developed a memorial task in the forge of new motor racing talents.
This weekend, Adrián Vallés, racing for the leading Team Pons Racing, and Félix Porteiro, whose Team's facilities are based in Castellón, will race their Dallara Nissan cars and prove that they deserve a place in the podium.
Marco Barba and Arturo Llobell (who did not attend the presentation due to his scholar duties), alongside Manuel Saez-Merino, are the current drivers of the Escuela Lois Circuit.
Likewise 2002, when Vallés won the Junior Championship, Barba and Llobell may make their Team win.
The World Series by Nissan will return to Valencia next 17th of October to dispute the prior to the last meeting of the Season. For the World Series Light and the Formula Junior Championship it will be Final meeting.
The Circuit and their institutions had unveiled an ambitious plan: the next Formula One Spanish driver must be a Valencian one.