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Saavedra No. 17 Current Stats

Submitted by on Tuesday, 03 June 2014 16:27

 

SEBASTIAN SAAVEDRA

No. 17 KV AFS RACING CHEVROLET/DALLARA/FIRESTONE

by Kevin Diamond

  

Firestone 600 - June 6-7, 2014

KV AFS Racing driver Sebastian Saavedra has put last month behind him and is ready to take on the high-banked oval at Texas Motor Speedway.  He is coming off a mixed doubleheader weekend in Detroit which saw him earn his best qualifying (ninth) in race two, but could only manage a best finish of 14th in race one. Saavedra sits 21st in the championship standings with 125 points, 16 from 15th.

Saavedra Ready to Return to Texas

Submitted by on Tuesday, 03 June 2014 16:24

 

SEBASTIAN SAAVEDRA IS READY TO RETURN TO OVAL RACING AT TEXAS THIS WEEKEND

By Kevin Diamond


INDIANAPOLIS, IN -
June 3, 2014 - Sebastian Saavedra, driver of the No. 17 KV AFS Racing entry, has an open mind going into this weekend's Firestone 600, June 6-7 at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas.

Saavedra, who turned 24 on Monday, will be making his fourth start under the lights on the 1.5-mile high banked oval at TMS.  In his previous three races he has a best finish of 14th,last year and a best start of 11th in Race 1 in 2011. The team had a successful test there earlier this season and Saavedra feels confident that he will have a good racecar on Saturday night.

Day Ends Early for Saavedra In Detroit

Submitted by on Monday, 02 June 2014 10:59

DAY ENDS EARLY FOR SAAVEDRA IN DETROIT

DETROIT, MI

By Kevin Diamond KV/AFS Racing

A long doubleheader weekend came to an early end when a mistake by KV AFS driver Sebastian Saavedra caused him to make contact with the wall and finish 22nd for Race 2 of the Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit presented by Quicken Loans on Belle Isle, Michigan.

 

Qualifying for for Race 2 this morning, saw the field split into two groups with each group getting 12 minutes of track time to determine the starting grid. Saavedra went out in group two and after just two laps the red flag was brought out due to debris on the track from Ryan Hunter-Reay's contact with the wall. With five minutes remaining, the track went green and on the final lap, Saavedra set his best time of 77.0688 seconds, which put him ninth on the grid.

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