Di Grassi’s shoreline sensation

Apr 2, 2016


Abt Schaeffler star retakes championship lead with stunning drive

LONG BEACH, USA (April 2 2016) – Redemption came to Lucas di Grassi in the shape of a perfectly-judged win in the FIA Formula E Faraday Future Long Beach ePrix.


The Abt Schaeffler Audi Sport driver had sprayed the victory champagne at the last race in Mexico City, only for the disappointment of disqualification to hit home long after the bubbles had fizzled out.

But with a steely determination to take advantage of any opportunity that would come his way in the fight for the 2016 FIA Formula E Championship, di Grassi produced a drive of genuine quality.


From pole position, it was DS Virgin Racing’s Sam Bird who led in the early stages of the race, but di Grassi kept him in his sights, and when he managed to get a better run down the back straight he pulled a great move on the Brit into Turn 5 to take the lead.


Bird managed to keep on di Grassi’s tail through the mid-race car change, but in his second car he was caught out by cold brakes and locked up into Turn 5, sending him down the escape road. He managed to avoid any serious damage, but lost a hat full of places and any hope of victory.


Di Grassi now had a comfortable lead over Venturi’s Stephane Sarrazin, only for all of it to be wiped out when last year’s winner – Nelson Piquet Jr – crashed over the kerbs at the first chicane and walloped into the wall. The Qualcomm Safety Car was required to retrieve his stricken NEXTEV TCR machine, handing Sarrazin an unexpected shot at the win.


But di Grassi timed the restart to perfection and cruised home for his second win of the year. With Sebastien Buemi suffering a disastrous race – he collided with Robins Frijns, which not only damaged both cars so badly they were forced into making an early car change, he then received a drive-through penalty – di Grassi has taken over the lead in the points standings he lost along with his Mexico win.


“I’m very happy to show that if you keep your focus, keep up your work, good results come,” he said. “From the outside races always look comfortable, this is a tricky track, it’s very easy to do mistakes, it was an extremely difficult race. Stephane was quick and was putting pressure on me. It’s an extremely difficult car to drive on the edge so we had no comfort in winning the race, we just had to focus on making no mistakes.”


For Sarrazin second place was his first podium finish and keeps up his record of scoring points in every race so far this season.


“It’s amazing that since last year we have been quick but never on the podium,” said Sarrazin. “It was a very good race and we’ve improved a lot. The team has come from zero – it was completely new – so we are very happy with the car and the total package, and it was a good result.”


Third place fell to Daniel Abt, ensuring Abt Schaeffler scored its first ever double podium. The team piled on to the huge podium stage, where a sizeable chunk of the 17,000-strong crowd was on hand to give the drivers a fantastic ovation.


“I love California and I knew that coming here we would be strong,” said Abt. “I set the overall fastest lap today in FP2, but it didn’t quite work in qualifying, so I was a bit disappointed coming into the race. In the race I tried to stay cool while others around were making a lot of mistakes, and that helped me a lot. This result was so important for the team and our first double podium is for them.”


Fourth and fifth place for Nick Heidfeld and Bruno Senna meant it was the biggest ever points haul for Mahindra, while Bird was left ruing his error in sixth. Mexico City race winner Jerome D’Ambrosio received FanBoost for the first time in his Formula E career (di Grassi and Heidfeld were the other recipients), but it was a low-key race for the Dragon Racing driver, who finished seventh, one place ahead of his team-mate Loic Duval.


The final two points places were filled by maiden top-10 finishers. Simona de Silvestro became the first female driver to score points in Formula E with a strong drive to ninth place for Andretti, while Mike Conway opened his account for Venturi by claiming a single point in 10th.


Buemi did manage to salvage something from the race by setting the Visa Fastest Lap and the two bonus points it brings, but for him and the Renault e.dams team it was a race to forget. They will now be re-doubling their efforts and hoping to get back on the front foot as the series heads to their home race – the inaugural Visa Paris ePrix – which takes place on April 23.

2016 Faraday Future Long Beach ePrix (Rd 6) – Race results


1.           Lucas di Grassi, Abt Schaeffler Audi Sport, 45:11.582s (25)

2.           Stephane Sarrazin, Venturi, +0.787s (18)

3.           Daniel Abt, Abt Schaeffler Audi Sport, +1.685s (15)

4.           Nick Heidfeld, Mahindra Racing, +2.343s (12)

5.           Bruno Senna, Mahindra Racing, +4.968s (10)

6.           Sam Bird, DS Virgin Racing, +5.229s (11)

7.           Jerome D’Ambrosio, Dragon Racing, +6.735s (6)

8.           Loic Duval, Dragon Racing, +8.057s (4)

9.           Simona de Silvestro, Andretti Formula E, +10.505s (2)

10.      Mike Conway, Venturi, +10.900s (1)

11.      Nico Prost, Renault e.dams, +11.205s

12.      Oliver Turvey, NEXTEV TCR, +17.417s

13.      Jean-Eric Vergne, DS Virgin Racing, +1 lap

14.      Salvador Duran, Team Aguri, +1 lap

15.      Robin Frijns, Andretti Formula E, +1 lap

16.      Sebastien Buemi, Renault e.dams, +3 laps (2)

17.      Antonio Felix da Costa, Team Aguri, DNF

18.      Nelson Piquet Jr, NEXTEV TCR, DNF


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About FIA Formula E Championship:

Formula E is a ground-breaking FIA championship and the world’s first fully-electric racing series. It represents a vision for the future of the motor industry, serving as a framework for research and development around the electric vehicle, accelerating general interest in these cars and promoting sustainability. The first season began in Beijing in September 2014 and completed in London in June 2015, racing in 10 major cities (11 races) around the world. The championship sees nine teams, each with two drivers, going head-to-head to create a unique and exciting racing series designed to appeal to a new generation of motorsport fans. Season two got underway in October in Beijing with the series becoming an ‘open championship’ allowing approved manufacturers to develop new powertrain solutions. Future seasons will see the regulations open up further allowing manufacturers to focus on improving battery technology.


About FIA & Michelin – Today’s partners for tomorrow’s mobility:

As well as being the official Formula E tyre supplier, Michelin is an official partner, at the international level, of the FIA Action for Road Safety campaign. The programme is designed to support the Decade of Action for Road Safety initiated by the UN, the aim of which is to save five million lives over the next 10 years. This programme is set up to educate and advocate for safer roads, vehicles and behaviours around the globe.

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Formula E stars hit the Hollywood walk of fame

Apr 1, 2016


Electric racers pay tribute to Hollywood motorsport icons

LOS ANGELES, USA (March 31 2016) – With the Faraday Future Long Beach ePrix taking place on Saturday, April 2, some of the FIA Formula E Championship star drivers took a trip to the Hollywood Walk of Fame.


Race winner Lucas di Grassi and his Abt Schaeffler Audi Sport team-mate Daniel Abt were joined by Mahindra Racing’s ex-Formula 1 star Nick Heidfeld and Robins Frijns, who races for Michael Andretti’s team in the all-electric championship.

Pictures were taken with icons such as Steve McQueen, Tom Cruise and Rush director Ron Howard, as the drivers sought out their Hollywood idols’ stars.


“Of course I’d seen it before on TV, but it was different to how I’d imagined it,” said Frijns, who was recognised by a Formula E fan as he posed for a photo. “It’s the home race for the team and we hope to have a lot of support here, so it’s a race that I am really looking forward to.”


“The US is a very important market, especially California,” said di Grassi. “It’s where the electric car started and where Tesla and Faraday Future is based. For us to be here promoting electric racing in Long Beach, which is a very traditional circuit, it’s a good place to race on, very wide and very well organised. It would be good to have more races in the US, it’s where the innovation is and I’m very happy to be here.”


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Helio Castroneves rompe récord de velocidad en PIR

Apr 1, 2016

La marca anterior había sido registrada en 1996.

Promedio de velocidad: 192.32 millas por hora

Abril 1 de 2016. Avondale, Arizona. El piloto oriundo de Sao Paulo, Brasil, Helio Castroneves a bordo de la unidad número 3 del equipo “TEAM PENSKE” de la IndyCar rompió el récord de velocidad del Circuito Internacional de Phoenix (PIR por sus siglas en inglés) al registrar una velocidad promedio de 192.32 millas por hora (aproximadamente 309.5 km/h) y asignarse la pole.

El piloto brasileño se llevó la posición privilegiada al registrar el récord de velocidad durante dos de sus vueltas de calificación y recorrer el óvalo de una milla en 19.0997 segundos, superando la marca anterior impuesta en 1996 por Arie Luyendyk.

Para completar la manga en la parrilla de arranque, en la segunda y tercera posisición calificaron Tony Kanaan y Juan Pablo Montoya. La tabla completa de posiciones para la parila de arranque es la siguiente:

Posición Piloto Equipo/Motor Velocidad (Promedio)
1 Helio Castroneves Penske/Chevrolet 192.324 mph
2 Tony Kanaan Ganassi/Chevrolet 191.511 mph
3 Juan Pablo Montoya Penske/Chevrolet 191.366 mph
4 Charlie Kimball Ganassi/Chevrolet 191.220 mph
5 Ed Carpenter Carpenter/Chevrolet 190.780 mph
6 Scott Dixon Ganassi/Chevrolet 190.376 mph
7 Josef Newgarden Carpenter/Chevrolet 190.094 mph
8 Max Chilton Ganassi/Chevrolet 189.972 mph
9 Will Power Penske/Chevrolet 189.749 mph
10 Simon Pagenaud Penske/Chevrolet 189.654 mph
11 Marco Andretti Andretti/Honda 189.071 mph
12 Ryan Hunter-Reay Andretti/Honda 188.966 mph
13 Mikhail Aleshin Schmidt/Honda 187.998 mph
14 Alexander Rossi Andretti Herta/Honda 186.939 mph
15 Sébastien Bourdais KVSH/Chevrolet 186.544 mph
16 Luca Filippi Coyne/Honda 185.814 mph
17 Jack Hawksworth Foyt/Honda 185.046 mph
18 Conor Daly Coyne/Honda 184.261 mph
19 Graham Rahal Rahal Letterman/Honda 179.770 mph
20 Carlos Muñoz Andretti/Honda Sin Tiempo
21 Takuma Sato Foyt/Honda Sin Tiempo
22 James Hinchcliffe Schmidt/Honda Sin Tiempo

La tarde del viernes fue testigo del percance que sufrió el piloto Carlos Muñoz, procedente de Bogotá, Colombia,cuando impactó su auto número 26 contra el muro de contención. Gracias a Dios, Muñoz salió ileso del encuentro cercano con la barrera y los escombros fueron removidos por el personal de la pista.

Para el sábado 2 de abril de 2016, se espera una reñida serie del Verizon Indycar, compuesta de dos carreras, la Indy Lights Race pactada a 90 vueltas y la Desert Diamon West Valley Phoenix Grand Prix Verizon IndyCar Series a 250 vueltas.

(Fotos: Bereavision.TV/Job Pérez)

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Primera fecha del campeonato nacional de motocross

Mar 29, 2016

Primera fecha del campeonato nacional de motocross 

Primera fecha del campeonato nacional de motocross se realizo los días 19 y 20 de marzo en la pista la Olla en Sabanilla de Alajuela.  Este fecha cono con la participación de los pilotos nacionales asi como con  de los norteamericanos Cole Thonmpson y Benjamin Lamay  quienes son patrocinados por el Pasión MX- KMT y el italiano Daniele Bricca quien radica en Costa Rica los tres corredores  en la categoría MX1 la cual al final de las dos largadas los norteamericanos se quedaron con la primera y segunda posición completando el podio el nacional Roberto Castro quien es el actual campeón nacional de dicha categoría. En la categoría MX2 se contó con el regreso a suelo nacional de Adraian Aguero  quien al final de las 2 largadas logro el primer lugar seguido de Estafano Bercovis  completando el podio con el actual campeón defensor de dicha categoría Esteban Mora. Ademas en la categoría femenina la joven Maria Paula Saborio se interpuso con superioridad en la actual campeona Melisa Tencio
Nota: César Navarro
Fotografía: César Navarro
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Harvick en final de fotografía se lleva el primer lugar

Mar 14, 2016
  • En un final de fotografía Kevin Harvick se lleva la victoria sobre Carl Edwards.
  • Uno de los finales más reñidos de la NASCAR se lleva a cabo en el Phoenix International Raceway.
  • Tan sólo una centésima de segundo de diferencia.

Domingo 14 de marzo de 2016. Avondale, Arizona. En un final de película, Kevin Harvick se llevó la competencia estelar de los 500 kilómetros de la Good Sam 500, sobre su contendiente Carl Edwards, segundo lugar y Denny Hamlin, en tercero.

En la última vuelta al óvalo de una milla, Harvick y Edwards pelaron hasta el último segundo por llevarse los laureles, sin embargo la fotografía de la línea final dio la victoria a Harvick, en el que, sin lugar a dudas, ha sido uno de los finales más reñidos y emocionantes en la historia de la Serie Sprint Cup de la NASCAR, el cual fue presenciado en el Circuito Internacional de Phoenix (PIR por sus siglas en inglés), pues la diferencia entre el primer y segundo lugar fue de tan solo una centésima de segundo (.010) o lo que es lo mismo, tan sólo cuatro pulgadas de distancia.

Éste es el primer triunfo de Harvick en la temporada y lo posiciona junto a Kyle Busch como contendientes por el liderazgo de la serie; sin embargo Busch tiene todavía que lograr un primer lugar si quiere ser el líder absoluto.

Kyle Busch terminó en la cuarta posición seguido por Earnhardt, Kurt Busch, Kenseth, Elliott, Dillon y Blaney, para completar la lista de los 10 primeros lugares.

(Fotografía: Bereavision.tv/Job Pérez)



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Kyle Bush domina la carrera Xfinity Series en Phoenix

Mar 13, 2016

Kyle Bush domina la carrera Xfinity Series en Phoenix

  • Esta es la tercera victoria consecutiva de Bush en la temporada.
  • Bush al frente 175 vueltas de las 200.

Sábado 12 de marzo de 2016. El Circuito Internacional de Carreras en Phoenix (PIR por sus siglas en inglés) ha sido nuevamente testigo del dominio de Kyle Bush, quien se llevó una fácil victoria en las 200 vueltas de “Axalta. Más rápido. Más resistente. Más brillante”, de la  serie Xfinity.

Bush, sin muchas complicaciones se convirtió en el líder absoluto, pues se mantuvo al frente 175 vueltas de las 200 que duró la carrera del sábado, siendo esta su novena victoria de 20 arranques de competencia que ha realizado en el PIR.

Acerca de su desempeño Kyle expresó: “Creo que es algo esperado en este lugar [PIR]…en otros años no hemos tenido buenos momentos en la NASCAR, pero este año parece que nos irá mejor”

Esta es su tercera victoria consecutiva de la temporada y la número 79 de su carrera como piloto de la NASCAR.

Por su parte el piloto regiomontano, Daniel Suárez, sigue cosechando triunfos. En esta ocasión se colocó en la tercera posición, detrás de Erick Jones. Recordemos que Suárez también tuvo un importante triunfo en Las Vegas al subir al podio en la segunda posición.

(Fotos: Bereavision.tv / Job Perez)




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Catch the best sailors in the world racing at the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series Oman

Feb 25, 2016

Catch the best sailors in the world racing at the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series Oman

This is your tune-in guide to live racing and highlight coverage of the first Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series races in 2016, from Muscat, Oman.

Racing takes place on February 27-28, beginning at 14:00 local time in Oman (GMT+4) and our coverage via broadcast television, online and mobile devices will bring the thrill of America’s Cup racing to over 140 territories around the world.

Emirates Team New Zealand is on top of the leaderboard after three events in 2015, guided by the steady hand of world sailor of the year, Peter Burling, on the helm.

The defending champion, ORACLE TEAM USA, is in second place, which doesn’t sit well with skipper Jimmy Spithill, who is still lamenting lost opportunities in the racing last year.

“The mistakes stay with you because you don’t want to make them again,” he says. “All of us are so competitive, we want to start the year strong. This is an important one.”

In the UK and Ireland, both days of racing will air live on BT Sport: Saturday’s racing is live beginning at 0930 on BT Sport 2; Sunday’s racing is live on BT Sport 1 beginning at 0930. Both BT1 and BT2 Sport will run replays of racing throughout the weekend and week (check local listings).

In New Zealand, the racing will be live on new broadcast partner SKYNZ. Both days are live at 11:00pm on SKY Sport Pop-up Channel 055.

In France, racing is live on Canal+ Sport on both Saturday and Sunday.

In Australia, both days of racing will be live on Fox Sports 5 at 21:00.

In Sweden, racing is live on TV4 Play.

In China, racing is on CCTV5+: February 28 at 23:55 and February 29 at 23:00 (Beijing time)

In Bermuda, racing is live on ZFB and via AC+ on the America’s Cup App.

In the United States, racing is live via AC+ on the America’s Cup App and the one-hour highlight program will air on NBCSN on March 12 at 6:00pm EST.

Local fans in 28 territories in the Middle East and North Africa can catch the racing live and in highlight programming on the Orbit Sports Network.

A complete list of international broadcasts of the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series Bermuda can be found at www.americascup.com/en/where-to-watch.html

Around the world, the Official America’s Cup App will keep this weekend’s racing at your fingertips. Live streaming of all races will be available on mobile devices through the AC+ service within the app. AC+ exclusive coverage features live racing broadcasts, onboard camera views, video extras, replays and behind-the-scenes stories. Live coverage on AC+ is subject to territorial broadcast restrictions.

The Official America’s Cup App is available for Android and iOS devices via Google Play and the Apple iTunes store. The app is free to download and includes highlights, news, results and Virtual Eye race coverage. AC+ is a paid service (US$7.99 for the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series Oman – or $24.99 for a season pass for all 2016 Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series evens) for live streaming video (subject to territorial restrictions) and enhanced features.

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Los Panteras de Carolina Derrotan a los Seahawks y Avanzan al Juego de Campeonato de la NFC.

Jan 17, 2016

Los Panteras de Carolina Derrotan a los Seahawks y  Avanzan al Juego de Campeonato de la NFC.

Con un estadio completamente de azul y negro el dominio de los Panthers era fuerte de tal manera que antes de los 5 minutes de juego ya iban arriba en el marcador por 14 a O con un acarreo corto de Jonathan Stewart Y una intercepción de L.Kuechly, inmediatamente a la segunda jugada del segundo cuarto el mismo Stewart ase otro acarreo corto para darle asi a los panthers otra anotación más poniendose asi al primer minuto del segundo cuarto 21 a 0 con el gol de campo,faltando 12.37 minutos para que terminara el segundo cuarto su pateador hace el gol de campo de 48 yardas para aumentar el marcador a 24 puntos ,sin que los Halcones Marinos pudieran conseguir uno todavía, con una ofensiva inspirada él y el QB. Newton quien lanza un pase de 19 yardas a su compañero de equipo GREG OLSEN para asi conseguir su tercer pase completo y darle otros 6 puntos al equipo llegando a los 31 con el gol de campo y los Halcones Marinos seguían sin poder conseguir ninguno,teniendo la oportunidad de conseguir 3 puntos los Halcones Marinos fallan un gol de campo solo segundos antes de terminar el medio tiempo.

Comienza,el segundo tiempo y el equipo visitante entra con ganas consiguiendo a si la primera anotación de la tarde al minuto y medio de haber comenzado para poner el marcador 31 a 7,parece que los visitantes despertaron a los 8 minutos del segundo tiempo RUSSELL WILSON (QB) de los Halcones Marinos manda un pase perfecto para asi completar la anotación y cambiar el marcador a 31 a 14.

Comienza el último cuarto y el marcador no se mueve el equipo visitante parece que encontró la clave para detener a Las panteras q no an conseguido otro punto desde el segundo cuarto las defensivas no dejaban pasar nada hasta que en el minuto 6 los Halcones anotan su tercer tanto con un pase de 3 yardas acercándose asi en el marcador a solo 7 puntos de diferencia de lo locales, llegan los 2 últimos minutos y los visitantes consiguen otros 3 puntos pero no les fue suficiente para alcanzar a las Panteras y asi ganar el partido por un marcador de 31 a 24 y pasar a la final de la conferencia ante los Cardenales de Arizona a los cuales enfrentarán el próximo Domingo aquí en Charlotte.

Nota: Victor A. Ramos

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Artemis Racing and Bermuda share spotlight on Super Sunday

Oct 19, 2015

ACEA 2015 / Photo Ricardo Pinto

Artemis Racing grabbed the lion’s share of the spotlight, writing an epic comeback story on Sunday at the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series in Bermuda.

The host venue of Bermuda was also shining bright, offering up perfect racing conditions, a large but controlled spectator fleet, and an enthusiastic public. It was a tremendous opening event in the home of the 2017 America’s Cup.

On the race course, the three double-point races had three different winners with Artemis Racing proving the most consistent performer on the day to take the win.

“This event meant a lot to us. We’ve always known we had the potential, but we’ve been tripped up by mistakes,” said Artemis Racing skipper Nathan Outteridge, his sailing kit dripping with celebratory Moët & Chandon champagne.

But this was an unlikely victory. Not only did the Swedish challenger arrive at the event in fifth place out of the six teams, but in the pre-start ahead of race two, the team was involved in a collision with an Umpire boat, incurring serious damage.

After a strong second place finish in the first race, it appeared Artemis Racing would be knocked out of the event. In the moments before the starting gun fired, the team ducked behind the Japanese boat, and as Outteridge turned up towards the line, he was confronted with an Umpire boat heading directly towards him. The closing speed would have been in excess of 25 knots.

“At that point we couldn’t go anywhere,” Outteridge explained. “He went straight between our bows but thankfully nobody was hurt. There was a serious amount of damage to our boat though.”

In work worthy of an F1 pit crew, the Artemis Racing squad stripped off the broken bow sprit and the now useless Code Zero sail in record time. After a quick check for reliability and with less than two minutes to spare, the team was lining up for the next start. Incredibly, they blasted of the starting line with more speed than anyone else and won not only the start but the second race.

“We owned that start… It was huge payback for all the hard work from the guys who stripped the gear off, checked the boat, and got us ready just in time.”

In the third and final race, the Swedish team needed to make a pass on the last leg to grab a fourth place finish and secure the points needed to win the regatta. It was a popular and well-deserved event win for Artemis Racing.

It was a less satisfying day for ORACLE TEAM USA, who won the first race, but then posted a third place and fifth place finish, settling for third overall.

“We just had a bad third race,” said skipper Jimmy Spithill. “We got a terrible start, and were on the back foot for the entire race. Artemis was able to slip past us near the finish and that cost us second place here and won them the regatta. We made too many mistakes in that race and that took us out of the running for the win.”

Emirates Team New Zealand, with an impressive win in race three, extends its advantage on the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series leaderboard.

“We’re absolutely stoked to have been able to put together some good performances this year,” said Kiwi helmsman Peter Burling. “We haven’t done too much sailing in those types of conditions. To win the last one by the margin we did was really satisfying.”

The racing wasn’t the only thing on display this weekend. This event marked the first racing at the host venue of the next America’s Cup and Bermuda delivered in style.

Over 10 000 people were on the water to watch the racing as near 2 000 spectator craft ringed the race course. The crowds on shore were equally impressive and enthusiastic.

“This was a fantastic day,” said Dr. Grant Gibbons, the Minister for Economic Development. “There is a lot of local excitement now. People were out cheering for their teams today. Friday night there was a good buzz here. Front Street was as excited as I’ve seen it in a long time… A fantastic weekend overall.”

“We’ve seen Bermuda come out and put its arms around this event and I think it shows this is going to be a great event in 2017,” said Russell Coutts the CEO of the America’s Cup Event Authority.

“We had three races and three winners today. We’ve had three events now with three different winners. The racing is competitive and that makes it compelling. I wouldn’t even be surprised if we had another winner in our next event. That’s how close it is.”

Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series Bermuda Results

1. Artemis Racing: 2 – 1 – 4 – 52 points
2. Emirates Team New Zealand: 5 – 2 – 1– 50 points
3. ORACLE TEAM USA: 1 – 3 – 5 – 48 points
4. Land Rover BAR: 3 – 6 – 2 – 44 points
5. SoftBank Team Japan: 4 – 4 – 3 – 44 points
6. Groupama Team France: 6 – 5 – 6 – 32 points

Full results are available at www.americascup.com

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“Vamos a competir por la Copa MX”, Stefan Medina

Jul 29, 2015

“Vamos a competir por la Copa MX”, Stefan Medina

El defensa de los Rayados mencionó que buscarán llegar a lo más alto en el certamen que comienza mañana

Los Rayados disputarán este miércoles el primer partido del Apertura 2015 de la Copa MX ante Correcaminos, y lo harán con la mira en llegar a la pelea por el título, aseguró Stefan Medina en rueda de prensa en El Barrial.

“Tenemos la motivación de llegar a una final y ganarla. Vamos a arrancar el torneo con esa mentalidad y vamos a competir por el título. El día de mañana va a ser una bonita oportunidad (ante Correcaminos)”, mencionó.

El jugador de Monterrey habló sobre el conjunto tamaulipeco, próximo rival de los albiazules en la competencia, y aceptó que será una prueba complicada.

“Es un equipo que nos va a exigir. Es un buen grupo que tiene demasiadas cosas interesantes y mañana va a ser un gran examen. Vamos a salir con esa mentalidad de competir por esos tres puntos que nos den esa confianza” afirmó.

Los albiazules tuvieron una pretemporada exigente y se prepararon de la mejor manera para el Apertura 2015, y aunque en la Jornada 1 sufrieron una derrota ante la UNAM, Medina confía en que el equipo mejore.

“Se hace difícil cuando te meten tres decir que las cosas están bien, pero el equipo trabajó de una excelente manera, nos preparamos. Tuvimos una buena pretemporada, no arrancamos de la mejor manera pero sabemos de la condiciones que tenemos y vamos a darlo todo por mejorar”, externó.

El defensor también opinó sobre la inauguración del Estadio BBVA Bancomer, y dijo que espera disfrutarlo al cien por ciento.

“Es especial para todos. Va a ser un gran momento, ojalá todos lo disfrutemos de excelente manera”, finalizó.

Cortesia: Club Monterrey

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