Mariano Werner, of Parana, spoke about his expectations ahead of a new date for road tourism, which will be presented at the San Nicolas City racetrack, as well as the intent to join the national tourism and the news that could push him to show his talent as good in foreign cars.
A week before the next commitment with Ford of TC, he admitted that he was going through the previous days quietly, on a date that would be a few kilometers from his home. “Being close we have more time to work. We’re working hard because it’s a track that’s a little different than what we’re used to. With Marcos Laborda we’re working remotely because he’s outside. We’re fine. I know I have great competitors and I keep my feet on the ground because there are three exams that are more than difficult”
After the date of the tourist route in San Nicolas, the pilot from Parana will prepare the bags for travel, on November 3, to the United States with Bruno Santoro. They will then be joined by Marcos Laborda, for a meeting in Miami with Marcelo Oconero, who plans to form a team in the Trans Am AT 2 class. “I’m traveling a few days after the race in San Nicholas, to go see the last race of this class in Austin, to take a little more dimension of what It’s about him. Marcelo is someone who loves sports and has been around for many years. He wants to make a team and if I can collaborate, I’m excited about the idea because together with Bruno Santoro they are very capable.”
Trans Am is a sprint championship that has been played with grand touring cars in the United States since 1966. The classic Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger models coexist there. It is organized by the Sports Car Club of America. This class will be presented between November 4-6 at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin Texas and the two-time TC Champion will be on hand for more details.
“Let people keep quiet, I’ll continue road tourism, which is the category one closes first. That’s why we’ll talk a little bit, no idea of trying now, but maybe I’ll do it in the summer, when I have some free weekends.”
In another section, he referred to the possibility of his return to national tourism. In this regard, he said, “We will try to take dimensions to see what and how it can be done. Today I do two classes and I have an idea to do a third class. It depends on how I present that. The third class that I can join will be national tourism, but until I come back from the states I will not make a decision.