Sports - October 7, 2022

The dream of Indianapolis begins for Celso Neto’s last race of the 2022 season

The first practice of the last stage of TC America was this Thursday (6) and the Brazilian Celso Neto got the 6th place in the TC category, unfortunately, he had a gearbox breakdown that did not let him participate in the last practice. The stage was the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway, in the state of Indiana, the world capital of motorsports.

A dream come true for any driver who loves the sport, Indianapolis is famous for its complex of sports tracks and the largest number of seats for the public, 257,000 seats and more than 450,000 in free area.

The VGRT team will strive to deliver the Honda Civic Type R TC with the right adjustments needed for a competitive car, ahead of qualifying practice on Friday (7), at 9am (EST).

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Also on Friday, the first of two races scheduled for the weekend will be held. On Sunday, at 2 pm, the second race will be held. Be sure to watch the live stream action on the GT World YouTube Channel.

“Today I realized a great dream, which was to drive in Indianapolis, unfortunately we had very little track time that made the beginning of the weekend difficult, but tomorrow will be a new day,” said the driver who races with the number 8.

Celso Neto is sponsored by AMED S/A, Oeste Cotton, Dipromed, LS Inter Bank, and Supermed. Supported by RGE, Sicoob Credpit, and Lavoi.

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