Bourdais: 'This track owes us a win'
MONTERREY, Mexico -- France's Sebastien Bourdais captured the provisional pole for the Monterrey Grand Prix on Friday, turning a fast lap of 1 minute, 15.978 seconds.
Bourdais reached a speed of 99.692 mph on the tight, winding, 2.1-mile road course at Fundidora Park.
Bourdais won the Monterrey pole last year as a rookie, setting a
track record for qualifying with a top speed of 101.076 mph. He led
the first 16 laps of last year's race, but a radio malfunction
caused him to miss a ...
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