Juncos Racing Set for Indianapolis Motor Speedway
 May 5, 2014| 
  • Team News
Brownsburg, Ind. – Coming off their fourth win of the season, Juncos Racing is ready for Rounds 5 and 6 of the Pro Mazda Championship Presented by Cooper Tires at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis will be held on the 2.439-mile road course at the world famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

The 14-turn road course will feature two of the longest straightaways of the season as the cars will travel clockwise up the historic main straightaway and over the famed yard of bricks. The Pro Mazda Championship series will begin with testing at the speedway on May 7 followed by practice May 8. Rounds 5 and 6 will be held May 9 and 10.

Team Owner Ricardo Juncos looks to take the positive momentum his team has gained to the road course and continue to develop the drivers to the next level. Juncos Racing currently leads both the driver and team championship after claiming both poles and all four wins of the season along with multiple podium finishes. “I’m really looking forward to this track because it will be the first time we or anyone of the Pro Mazda teams have run on this circuit,” said Juncos. “We have had a great season so far and I know my team will continue to work hard as we prepare to hit the track this week. We will have a lot to learn with this new track, but I am looking forward to a great week with the team. Thank you to all of the team both crew and drivers, our wonderful sponsors and supporters and my family.”

The 2014 Pro Mazda Championship Presented by Cooper Tires is set to run May 8-10 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. For more information please visit juncosracing.com and promazdachampionship.com.

About Juncos Racing: Ricardo Juncos, a former Formula Renault driver and son of a driver, grew up with a deep passion and desire for racing. At the age of 14, Juncos made his first steps in the racing community driving karts in Argentina. Through his success in karts Juncos was able to join the Formula Renault class competing throughout South America. After funding became difficult as many drivers experience over their career, Juncos began working for many race teams in order to continue his own racing career. During this time Juncos was able to learn all aspects of the car in and out, along with schooling in mechanical and electrical engineering.

Stationed in Buenos Aires, Argentina and headed by Ricardo Juncos, Juncos Racing became a full-service Formula Racing team in 1997. By 2003, the team relocated to Miami, Florida as a full-service karting team. During the first few years in the U.S., the team picked up 19 local, regional, and national karting titles. Moving right along, Juncos Racing not only moved operations north to Indiana, but it developed into a formula open-wheel racing team in 2008.

The team went into full swing, dedicating most of the time preparing drivers and crew members for the next level in racing. Following this transitional year, Juncos Racing participated in its first open-wheel series—the 2009 Star Mazda Championship. 2010 proved to be a big year for the team in the Star Mazda Championship capturing the driver championship and finishing second in the team championship. By 2012, the team’s operations expanded to include cars in the Firestone Indy Lights series and even fastest lap of the Freedom 100 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Juncos Racing currently operates out of Brownsburg, Indiana.

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