JUAN MANUEL CORREA LOOKS FOR REDEMPTION TOMORROW
Updated: May 27, 2021
“Everything that could go wrong, did go wrong in race one”
July 13, 2019 – It was a day to forget at Silverstone for American driver Juan Manuel Correa. Faced with a difficult race one that yielded a lot of misfortunes, the Sauber Junior Team driver is ready to attack on Sunday during race two. Having to overcome a poor start that snowballed into contact on lap one, Correa ended his first wheel-to-wheel action of the weekend in thirteenth.
“It was a very tough race one here at Silverstone,” explained Correa. “Everything that could have went wrong, did go wrong. I had a very poor start, then contact on lap one and then a bad pit stop. After all of that, we did not have good enough pace to make passes. Obviously Silverstone is a very difficult track to overtake on and we just did not have overall speed. We will sit down and analyze and it will be a very long night and figure out what we can improve. I am sure we can make some big changes for tomorrow and even though the weekend has not gone very well, hopefully we can end it on a high tomorrow.”
Due to a post race penalty to a fellow competitor, Correa will now begin Sunday’s wheel-to-wheel action from P12.
Race two of the weekend will get underway at 10:00 (GMT +1) or 5:00am (GMT-4) in the United States. Visit the www.FIAFormula2.com to follow all the weekends action and stay tuned to the Juan Manuel Correa social media pages for photos, results, news and information.
Juan Manuel Correa
JM Correa (19) is an American-Ecuadorian F2 driver who grew up in Miami, FL and currently lives in Barcelona, Spain. Juan Manuel’s racing season will be completed with the Sauber Junior Team and he has been selected to participate in the Alfa Romeo Racing Formula 1 Team as Development Driver.