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Montoya on track for the weekend

This weekend Sebastián Montoya and Juan Pablo Montoya return to the European tracks, whereas in Colombia the Nationwide Motor Racing Championship, CNA, will play the three hours Hours Gabriel – Westlake – Arquib.

Together with your workforce Prema Powerteam, Sebastian Montoya will contest the second legitimate of the German Method Four championship at the Zandvoort circuit. After a podium and having added factors in the two earlier races, the Colombian is the chief and can in fact go looking for his first race victory. His workforce can even have drivers Kirill Smal, Conrad Laursen and Hamda Al Qubaisi on the track.

Sebastián Montoya in the F4 of Italy 2021

At this time Friday the days of practices and classification shall be held, whereas the first race shall be held tomorrow Saturday and the remaining two on Sunday.

In the meantime, Juan Pablo Montoya was confirmed to compete in the Four Hours of Monza, legitimate from the European Le Mans Sequence, at the controls of the automotive # 21 of the Dragonspeed workforce that he’ll share with the drivers Henrik Hedman and Ben Hanley.

Juan Pablo Montoya, Motorsport TV

Juan Pablo Montoya, Motorsport TV

At this time the circuit will see the drivers flip in free assessments, going on Saturday to the qualifying day and Sunday to the race. The inexperienced flag will fall at 4:00 am, Colombian time.

Lastly, the weekend’s agenda is accomplished by the Nationwide Motor Racing Championship (CNA) that may play the three hours Gabriel – Westlake – Arquib at the Tocancipá Autodrome. Promotion classes can even be on track Avenue Automobiles and San Diego classics.

CNA Tocancipá 2019

CNA Tocancipá 2019

Alternating with these two classes, the similar Sunday shall be the free follow and classification for this legitimate of the CNA, which could have a inexperienced flag for the race at 2:30 pm.

CNA

Javier Rincón and André Castro made the better of their Caterham in the three Hours with 5 laps forward of the comparable automotive of Juan José Díaz and Andrés Vargas.

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