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Felicity Canapini after a great debut in IndyCar: “I feel much better than I thought.”

The man from the rock knows that he has a lot to learn in one of the top categories in the United States of America.

Agustín Canapinus successfully completed his first test in IndyCar. At 33, the age at which many of his colleagues begin to think about retirement, the Argentine had the coveted debut in the great challenge of racing Formula 1 motorsport in the United States. He was one of the twelve participants who gave 101 laps yesterday to complete the competition’s biggest event in the street circuit of St. Petersburg, near Tampa Bay, in the state of Florida.

The balance is more than positive. Especially when it was first on one platform, as it started its career in simulators, then it continued in cars with great success. From here everything is new to the reef. Everything else.

“It’s like driving a little tricycle or driving a truck and it’s true that it’s like that. It’s an abrupt difference with what I’ve done. It costs me a lot, but I’m much better than I thought, than everyone thought. I’m kind of surprised by that,” he said.

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“I’m not here to do some miracle, it costs me a lot. I’m also in the developing team.”

De arreciefeño knows you can’t rest on your laurels. He knows this because that was how the Argentine motorsports built his brilliant career. But he knows more because he still has a lot to learn. It’s because IndyCar combines these tight street circuits like those next Sunday with traditional ovals. And Canapinus never ran as fast in his life. That’s why he thinks that the key is a little less than a month for the second season of the season, which will be between Saturday, April 1 and Sunday, April 2, at the Texas Motor Speedway oval circuit.

“I’ve never driven an oval in my life, except with IndyCar. Law Palou gave me two pieces of advice that weren’t very encouraging: you have the worst time on your first try. But they all say the same thing, that it is most difficult, and at the time of practice. I’ll take it easy, moving forward slowly,” he explained.

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However, despite the difficulties that lurk, Canapino is more focused. “I wish I could show that I can do well to give me a second year.” So that’s where I’m going to be able to think of a top 10 or top 5 at any stage. Thinking this year is very utopian. I’m not far from the top 20, if I can do one thing in a race I feel like I’ve won. Now that’s my biggest basketball goal. An IndyCar race is very hard, physically demanding, very demanding and lasts two hours. The first thing is to try to finish the races and think about some decent result”, explained the man who comes to the United States with his company Ricardo Juncos, and who wants to travel in the Dallara-Chevrolet of Juncos Hollinger Racing.

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