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TATIANA GETS READY FOR Nürburgring, Germany

This weekend will be one of the most attention packed days on the global motorsport events in Monaco, Indianapolis and Charlotte generating large rating of the three major categories on four wheels, Formula One, IndyCar and NASCAR respectively.

Present in representation of Colombian people in another motorsport cathedral, Tatiana Calderon will face in Germany the second date of the Formula 3 European Open, which will meet Friday through Sunday at the Nurburgring track, where since 1927 some of the most epic pages of racing have been written.

The track is not new to Tatiana, because on it she had one of her first experiences in the European motorsport and reaches the second round of the championship with more miles of knowledge with the Emilio de Villota Motorsports team and her car, having completed training in Valencia in recent days with significant progress.

Tatiana was featured in the first round of the championship at Portimao last month and she raced comfortably in the top five during practice, but circumstances prevented then confirmation of this good performance in both races at the Autodromo International del Algarve, where in spite of this, she scored her first point of the season.

Tatiana says:

“We arrived at Nürburgring, one month after having the first race of the championship, with much spirit and desire to show how competitive we can be. Since we left Portugal the team has not stopped working, we did two days of testing in Valencia to continue developing the new Dallara F312 and have been finding a tune with which I feel more comfortable. I have also continued to improve my braking technique and the minimum speed in fast curves, which are two areas where I have to improve.

“I believe that in Portimao I showed how fast I can go and I come to Nürburgring with the intention to continue showing it, this with the experience rating and starts from the first two races that give me more confidence to face this new challenge. I think we have a very strong team, my teammates have done very well and its good knowing that I have all the information to keep learning. The team is giving me the tools to stay on top and I hope we have better luck this weekend.”

The schedule for this weekend includes two official practice sessions on Friday, followed by a classification and race both Saturday and Sunday. The races will be on Saturday at 9:35 am and Sunday at 4:50 am, Colombian time. The will be streaming live via

For more information visit the following links: Twitter: @TataCalde


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