DAVID GARZA Jr. WITH EUROINTERNATIONAL IN THE 2006 FBMWUSA CHAMPIONSHIP Indianapolis, IN, USA. September 25, 2005. Mexican David Garza Jr., who just turned 17, will be making his racing car debut after it was announced today he has signed...
DAVID GARZA Jr. WITH EUROINTERNATIONAL IN THE 2006 FBMWUSA CHAMPIONSHIP
Indianapolis, IN, USA. September 25, 2005. Mexican David Garza Jr., who just turned 17, will be making his racing car debut after it was announced today he has signed with the Eurointernational for the 2006 Formula BMW USA Championship.
The Monterrey, Mexico, native, said he regards his new challenge with much enthusiasm and relishes the opportunity to compete against the youngest talents coming from all around the world to compete in the high competitive Formula BMWUSA Championship. " I am very excited to compete with Eurointernational becoming the youngest driver in the history of the Team" said David Garza Jr." I am looking forward to start testing for be next in the best competitive position possible. I hope to reward my Family, my Sponsors and my Team with a winning 2006 FBMWUSA season".
David Garza Jr., who study at the American School Foundation of Monterrey, started racing in karting only last year winning at his debut the Mexican Rotax Jr. Championship with 6 wins out of 8 races and he is currently leading the 125 c.c. shifter Championship with 9 wins and 8 poles. David graduated this summer at the Valencia, Spain, Formula BMW Licensing Course, where he has just taken part to the final selection for the 2006 FBMWUSA scholarship.
"David is an impressive young man and it is absolutely remarkable how much progress in karting he has made in so short time" said Eurointernational owner Arturo Antonio Ferrari" He has a great character on and off the track and I am proud to have him represent our Team next year in the Formula BMWUSA Championship". "Signing David already in September 2005" concluded Ferrari " will give us a great start for next season allowing all necessary tests and technical preparation for our new driver, who will have a teammate to be announced soon"
Eurointernational has won with Italian driver Edoardo Piscopo the last two FBMWUSA races at Denver and Barber and will compete with Piscopo in the Formula BMW World Final in Bahrain , finishing the 2005 Formula BMW USA season next week in Road Atlanta, Georgia.
In 2006, with the new racing program in ChampCar, with the continuation in the World Series by Renault Championship and with the possible participation to the Italian/European Formula Renault 2000 or FRV6 Series, the Formula BMW USA Championship will be for Eurointernational the first step of a unique ladder program for the Drivers, offering a worldwide market opportunity to Sponsors and technical Partners.