CANADIAN PRO RACER TO GIVE BEHIND THE SCENE VIDEOS AND VIEWS ABOUT THE WORLD OF MOTORSPORT
Canadians Racers News is happy to welcome Aaron Povoledo as a contributor to the news website.
Canadian Racers News’ mission is to give current drivers, teams and individuals a window to follow their journey and share their passion of motor racing with aspiring drivers, mechanics, engineers, marketing/Public Relations representatives.
From our first conversations with Aaron, dating back to the Roar before the Rolex 24 early January, there has been a common interest in working together.
Aaron has been involved in motor racing for quite some time now and, this year, is to race in several rounds of IMSA Prototype Challenge driving for Conquest Racing Westport Yachts LMP3 with co-driver Ross Chouest. He also works as a driving coach in the Ferrari Challenge and other series.
His insights on what goes on in a team’s preparation for races will bring valuable content to Canadian Racers News and give you a better understanding of what is takes to compete at the highest level.
Aaron on joining Canadian Racers News: “I’m really excited to be a part of the Canadian Racers News Family! I believe Patrice Marchessault (founder of Canadian Racers News) has a wonderful vision to create a site where all aspects and workings of racing can be shared and learnt about. Motorsport is so much more than simply race results and who’s driving what car. There is an entire world of fascinating stories that take place behind the scenes before a single car is unloaded into any paddock: The mechanics and engineers preparing the equipment, the business, politics and big money exchanged before anything at all happens – there are volumes and volumes of stories before any green flag drops”.
“My passion and life’s work is to make the predictive (lap timer) go green. I live for finding ways to eke out that last 10th of second. Through driving or working to improve car set up, the art and science of finding speed is what I wake up for in the morning. Shedding some light on the process of how we go faster is something I hope you will all enjoy. I’m also excited to share the stories and untold histories of the many great race tracks I’m privileged to race on here in North America….not to mention some of the crazy characters I work with. In short, I hope to bring you an insider’s perspective that you just can’t find in other publications or websites”.
“Thank you canadianracersnews.com for creating this forum. I look forward to being a part of it”.
Thank you Aaron Povoledo for joining this website. We look forward to reading and viewing your posts. Keep an eye on Canadian Racers News as we are already working on our first piece with Aaron as he prepares for SuperSebring coming up March 13-16.
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