Before he dives into the heart of the action on track this weekend, the official Honda driver took the time to discover Argentina with his teammate Gabriele Tarquini
Tiago Monteiro flew to Argentina early so that he could adapt to the climate and time difference ahead of the eighth round of the FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) where they will visit the South American country for the first time in its history. 4.805 km's in length, the Autódromo Termas de Río Hondo will be an entirely new discovery for Tiago Monteiro.
Before he dives into the heart of the action on track this weekend, the official Honda driver took the time to discover Argentina with his teammate Gabriele Tarquini, with a road trip that took them from Buenos Aires to Rio Hondo.
However, the novelty of the impending Argentine challenge could be very challenging with all the WTCC teams on an equal footing at the Rio Hondo track. "It seems to me that this is a very fast circuit and it may not be ideal for us," observes Tiago. "However, the many turns here will benefit our package. This diversity provides a good balance on the circuit and I hope we can use our good skills and be competitive in the race."