“I am proud, in the world of motorsports Super Copa has transcended borders and there is a lot of talk in the United States among those in the Motorsport community” Patricio said.
The Mexican driver will run for ANVI Motorsports based in San Luis Potosí, with the support of sponsors K1Speed and K1 RaceGear, Advanced Training Systems (ATS) and DriveSkills, the later two US-based leaders in both teaching and racing simulation.
“I’ll be in two categories; the V8 and Freightliner tractors that from what I understand, are a difficult show to match. I’m sure it will be a season finale that will be remembered for what what this organization presents,” said Jourdain.
Although it is the only race in which he will participate, he said the goal is to reach the podium but is also aware that he competes alongside the best drivers in Mexico.
“Starting tomorrow I’ll be in Mexico for some training with the V8 and reach the race a little more prepared with the car. In the Freightliner I’ll have to wait until the Saturday before the race to practice and adapt the same,” he said.
Finally, Patricio Jourdain said he is already thinking about the possibility of running in both categories for the 2016 season of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Super Copa Telcel presented by Fox Sports.
The above article excerpt was originally featured on www.copatelcel.com.