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After Fuji, REBELLION Racing stays in Asia for the third race of the season. After the third step of the podium achieved during the previous race, Bruno Senna, Gustavo Menezes and Norman Nato intend to once again keep pushing and to proudly represent the Rebells in FIA World Endurance Championship.

Let’s support REBELLION Racing from Friday, November 8th at 11:00 am (local time) for the free practice 1.

Alexandre Pesci, President and Owner of REBELLION Racing

“We look forward to starting the third race of the season against the Toyotas. Thanks to the Success Ballast, we hope to defend our chances and finally win our first race.”

Bruno Senna, R-13 N. 1 driver

“I am looking forward to the Chinese race. Last year the car was very performing. The weather seems to be stable for the moment on the forecast I am looking forward to hopefully getting very close to the Toyotas. It is going to be a tough race. Of course we all need to get involved and I am sure that the whole Team will push very hard. I like the Shanghai track, hopefully we will have a good time there and get a very great result.”

Gustavo Menezes, R-13 N. 1 driver

“I am really excited to be in Shanghai this year with the Success Ballast the race is going to be very interesting between us and the Toyota and Ginetta cars. I also believe that the circuit will suit our car a lot more and I am really motivated to see what kind of performance we can get and hopefully have the opportunity to fight for the win with the Toyotas. We’ve been pushing really hard, the guys of the Team and the factory have been working very hard to get an amazing car. Hopefully we can see a solid step of improvement and have a chance to fight for a result in the race.”

Norman Nato, R-13 N. 1 driver

“I am very happy to be in Shanghai. I do not really know the circuit, I only participated in one GT race there. REBELLION cars were very performing last year on dry track. We well prepared the weekend taking care of the positive points and the areas of improvement from the Fuji race. Like the previous races, it will probably rain, we will have to adapt. We are ready to make a strong and good weekend!”

Friday, November 8th
11:00 am – 12:30 pm: Free practice 1
03:30 pm – 05:00 pm: Free practice 2

Saturday, November 9th
09:50 am – 10:50 am: Free practice 3
02:30 pm – 02:50 pm: Qualifying session

Sunday, November 10th
12:00 pm – 04:00 pm: 4 Hours of Shanghai

Source. Rebellion Racing


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