Cadillac Racing to Start St. Pete PWC Third and Fifth

Posted on 12. Mar, 2016 by in GM Canada


Cadillac Racing to Start St. Pete PWC Third and Fifth

O’Connell to start third and Cooper fifth

2016-03-11

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Cadillac Racing drivers Johnny O’Connell and Michael Cooper will start spin 3 of a St. Petersburg Grand Prix presented by Cadillac from a second and third quarrel for tomorrow’s initial foe of a double header in a streets of St. Pete.  

O’Connell (Flowery Branch, Ga) and teammate Cooper (Syosset, N.Y.) finished yesterday’s giveaway use event one and dual by a 1.8-mile, 14 spin mutated travel march that encompasses a city streets of St. Petersburg and a runway during Albert Whitted Airport.  In subordinate a twin showed early speed in nearby ideal 75-degree temperatures. When a mottled dwindle finished a 20-minute event O’Connell posted a quick time of 1:13.095 good for third and Cooper put in a path of 1:13.204 that will have him start his No. 8 Cadillac ATS-V.R Coupe from fifth.

“The foe this year is unbelievable,” pronounced O’Connell.  “When we see grid that tight, with 14 cars within a second that is only incredible. we am gratified with third. The biggest emanate was using adult on traffic. Usually we can get 3 or 4 purify laps before encountering slower cars. At a finish we was means to adjust my pushing character a small bit and chuck down a good lap. Starting upfront is critical during theses travel races, anything can occur and customarily does.”

Cooper compared subordinate to rush hour.

“It was like pushing in New York City out there this morning,” Cooper said. “It was gentle in a ATS-.VR Coupe. It was a small formidable to get a good stroke going with a traffic. You only have to put in a lap, redeem and go after a subsequent one. We are starting fifth, not too bad, though it would have been good to be a small serve up. We have a good instruction going on a set-up on a Cadillac ATS-V.R Coupe. We will be a small on a discreet side as these can be crazy.”

Rounds 3 and 4 of a Pirelli World Challenge Series will take to a streets of St. Petersburg this weekend, Mar 11-13. Live timing and scoring can be found during worldchallenge.growsites.net. Live streaming can noticed during World-ChallengeTV.com. The foe from St. Petersburg will be televised on a CBS Sports Network on Mar 20 during 12:00 p.m. ET.

 

 

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