Sun - Telcel - Motorola present a new racing team in CART Series Luis "Chapulin" Diaz will be the driver of this new racing team that will participate on October 10th, 11th and 12th at Mexico City's Hermanos Rodriguez race...
Sun - Telcel - Motorola present a new racing team in CART Series
Luis "Chapulin" Diaz will be the driver of this new racing team that will participate on October 10th, 11th and 12th at Mexico City's Hermanos Rodriguez race track
Mexico City, September 24th, 2003. - Three leading brands in technology unite with a young talent in Mexican racing to compete in the next CART series Gran Premio to be held in Mexico City.
Sun Microsystems, the worldwide leader of net computing solutions provider for companies, government and institutions, Telcel, the leading wireless carrier in Mexico, and Motorola, the leading provider in communication solutions, have joined together to support and promote racing in Mexico, an exciting sporting event that calls thousands of followers into the race tracks to live the intensity and adrenaline of high speed.
All three brands trust Luis Diaz's professionalism, commitment and determination to get into the first positions. "Chapulin" is a Mexican promising young talent in international racing that the sponsors have not hesitated to select for competition.
"I appreciate very much the trust and support of Sun, Telcel and Motorola to participate as their driver for this new racing team, this will certainly allow me to be in touch with the Mexican public that has always encouraged me. The race will be very tough and the track surely demanding, as it would be very competitive among all the drivers that want to win, but with intelligence and speed we will raise the results that are expected," concluded the Aztec driver certainly very motivated on the challenge that faces him.
Sun-Telcel-Motorola race team car, that will be driven for the CART series by Diaz with great skills and bravery, it's a Reynard chassis with Ford- Cosworth XFE engine with 700 horsepower; weights 1550 lbs., has a length of 195 inches and a width of 78 inches. The car will be tested during training sessions at Sebring, Florida, on the 29th and 30th to give Luis time to polish his driving.
Finally, the sponsors expect that their new racing team will have a great performance during the event.