Sean McIntosh will be keen to end his time in the Team Canada car on a high as the A1GP World Cup of Motorsport heads to Indonesia for the latest round of the season at Sentul.

McIntosh will be looking to steer clear of the incidents and accidents that denied them back-to-back top-ten finishes, and the resulting points haul, in South Africa last time out - with a slow puncture hitting his challenge in the first race and damaged nosecone and a broken steering column halted his run in race two.

However the 20-year-old's efforts in Durban kept A1 Team Canada in the top-ten in the Nations Standings with four rounds remaining - with McIntosh competing for the eighth meeting of the season before he hands the car over to Patrick Carpentier for the races in Mexico and America.

"I'm looking forward to getting to Sentul and learning the track," McIntosh said. "I've studied the layout but I'm keen to get there to evaluate it for myself. I'm hopeful it will suit my style but there's always that element of the unknown heading into Friday's practice sessions.

"The conditions will be similar to what we experienced in Malaysia with the heat and the humidity. I've been informed there's a monsoon just about every day at Noon so it could add a bit of spice to the qualifying sessions and Sunday's races. It's my last time racing for A1 Team Canada before Patrick takes over for a couple of events so I'm hoping for another strong showing. We're all working hard to improve our position and we want to be winning races!"

 

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