Adam Khan and A1 Team Pakistan will return to A1 Grand Prix action this weekend as the World Cup of Motorsport ventures to the west coats of America.

The team has missed the last two events - and Khan the last three - after the 20-year old crashed in practice for the South African round in Durban. Italy's Enrico Toccacelo was allowed to race the Team Pakistan car that weekend, but the Super Nova-run squad has had to sit out both the Indonesian and Mexican rounds while Khan recovered from hand injuries.

"Laguna Seca is a fabulous track!" the driver said on his first acquaintance with the Monterrey circuit, "My first impression is that it's like Brands Hatch - but with more extreme gradients. It's going to be very exciting racing. The Corkscrew basically is a blind crest into a near vertical drop, but I can't wait to try it in an A1 car."

Pakistan currently lies an unrepresentative 22nd in the A1GP point standings, and Khan is determined to at least help it overhaul the likes of China and Japan, who lie immediately ahead.

"Obviously, with the gap, I've missed the opportunity to score points, but I've come here to do my best, and I'm confident that, with a good set-up, we can nail a
top ten and more valuable points," he insisted.

 

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