Mario DomÃnguez - Driver "Miami is such a glamorous city - I'm really looking forward to this race. Especially since it's set on the downtown streets - I think the fans, both in person and on TV, will really enjoy it. Of course for me, it feels...
Mario Domínguez - Driver
"Miami is such a glamorous city - I'm really looking forward to this race. Especially since it's set on the downtown streets - I think the fans, both in person and on TV, will really enjoy it. Of course for me, it feels like a second home since there is such a huge Latin-American population and they give me a huge amount of support."
* Grand Prix Americas marks Domínguez's 16th start in the CART FedEx Championship Series.
* At the last event on the Rockingham oval in Corby, England, Dominguez started 18th and finished 13th despite two stop-and-go penalties assessed for pit stop window violations. He was running two laps down at the finish of the 211 lap event.
* Rockingham also marked the first lap led by Domínguez in his Champ Car career.
* Domínguez's currently stands 20th of 21 drivers in the series Championship with 15 points.
Due to the narrow pit lane, the pit lane speed limit for this event has been lowered to 35 miles per hour. The pit lane speed limit will be reviewed by the Chief Steward after the first day of the event and will be adjusted as deemed necessary.
Practice for the inaugural running of the Grand Prix Americas will commence on Friday morning with an 80-minute session beginning at 10:15am ET. Provisional qualifying will take place at 2:10pm ET.
Television coverage of qualifying will air on SPEED Channel live from 2:00pm ET on Friday afternoon. Live timing and scoring will be available online at www.cart.com.