The Suzuki Grau Racing already has everything ready to start for the World Cup in Colombia. It will be in Pasto, where two weeks ago, David Giménez stayed one step away from the podium in the Ibero-American Championship, where the structure of Àngel Grau fights for the first positions of the last intercontinental event of the season. After the race of Albaida, Giménez is sixth in the provisional classification in which the Colombians David Burbano occupy position 10, Daniel Guzmán, 16 and Juan Camilo Vargas, 18. The three will have the advantage of knowing perfectly a path As is that of Chachagüí.
Together with the drivers already mentioned, Marius Lita and Ferran Cardús will also travel to Latin American lands to be part of the exit grid and meet there who will also be their teammates: the local Valerio Piedrahita and the Argentines Mathias Lorenzato and Hernán Villacreces, the latter fighting in the Ibero-American Championship.
With all the material already sent, the group led by Team Manager Àngel Grau will travel tomorrow, Wednesday, to Colombia to take an internal flight from Bogotá to the town of Pasto.