The HO Speed Racing rider takes second place in the Nascar Peak Mexico Series in Puebla, while Santiago Tovar concludes in 5th in a good demonstration of good handling, while Rubén Pardo finishes within the top ten despite reaching be in the top five.
The pilot Hugo Oliveras had a mechanical problem from the beginning, however, he still managed to carry it to the end of the race and achieve second place; which allowed the driver of car # 11 of Monster Energy – 3M – Freightliner – Potosinos – Mopar – Pennzoil – PPG – La BTK.
“We are happy after the race circumstances, since at the beginning of the competition, on lap 10, our steering band broke, which made it very hard to drive the car, we managed to put up with what we could but the driver who He came behind us, he had a very good rhythm, he caught up with us and passed us; what we wanted was for the race to end because the car was impossible to drive like that and even so we managed to finish on the podium, the second consecutive one, we are happy, adding good points and thanking our sponsors Monster Energy, 3M, Freightliner, Potosinos, Mopar , Pennzoil, PPG and La BTK for their great support, “ said Hugo Oliveras.
For his part, the pilot Santiago Tovar made an excellent race where for quite a few laps he was enduring the onslaught of the pilot who was behind his # 26 Pennzoil – Freightliner – Aeropostale – NCA Wraps – PPG Monster Energy – Potosinos – PPG, despite of fighting with his brakes, he managed to close the day in the top five being one of the main protagonists of the competition to continue in the accumulation of points that make him stay among the first places and aspire to the title.
Likewise, Giancarlo Vecchi, pilot of the MIKEL`S Trucks, obtained a good race in his first participation thanks to the support of the HO Speed Racing team, positioning himself in 4th place on board his Truck RAM # 57.