Less than a week after the 11th season of the Big Machine Spiked Coolers Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Course, Console Dali returned to the world of racing capital to compete in the Driven2SaveLives BC39 NOS Energy. Drink the USAC Midget National Championship.
Dali is driving No. 47 on a two-night event, Wednesday and Thursday, on the IMS trailer on the advanced 2.5-mile Molla 3rd round 3. Dali is not standard on a USC Midd tour, but it is standard on IMS. NTT INDYCAR SERIES veteran Dali says he will jump whenever he gets a chance to compete on the highway. A.D. It has competed in three BC39 events since its release in IMS in 2018.
“Any competition in the IMS is going back in life and they think, ‘I’m happy to do this,’” says Dali. “Travis Pastor and anything he taught me in my life, he always said yes to things in my short time. So, I like to do this. I also like racing. ”
Dali said he was pleased to continue joining the NASCAR drivers in the IMS last week after the IMSYCAR-NASCAR Triple Leader showed off the NTT INDYCAR SERIES, NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series.
Four days ago, Dali was racing with his stock car, but there was no garage. Now, he is different. Dali stands side by side with Nasser Cup champion Chess Eliot and NASCAR Cup Series rookie and teammate Hussier Chase Briscon in the pit.
It’s a great opportunity to be here with these NASCAR men and women you’ve seen on television before. ” “It’s wonderful.”
The black car Dali is driving on IMS on Wednesdays and Thursdays, very different from the NTT INDYCAR SERIES cars that run on weekends and weekends, and being a unique race car is one of the biggest challenges in Driven2SaveLives BC39 Powered by.
Dali has to adjust his racing style rather than the small, powerful race cars he competes with. Garbage truck racing is a challenge because of the ever-changing nature of racing. He knows that the cracks in the heat will be very different from the cracks in the heat, and he can only fix the cracks.
“I want to be better than before,” he said. “I don’t know where I was, but at least we have a good warmth and see where we go when it comes to major competitions. It will be difficult to prepare for the main event. There are a lot of good people here, but who knows? ”
Dali may not burn the farm in the trash this week, but NTT INDYCAR SERIES is expected to be strong this Saturday (8 pm ET, live on NBCSN) as he heads to the Bommarto Automotive Group 500 for the International Technology Competition.
It’s the last oval race of the season, and Dali’s No. 59 Carlin Chevrolet is the standard seat for road and road courses, No. 20 is the US Air Force Chevrolet driven by team captain Ed Anna Pent.
Dali already feels confident this weekend at the 1.25 mile Oval Outside St. Louis because he believes Moval is now the best fit for him.
He also believes that competing with DOSven2SaveLives BC39, powered by NOS Energy Beverage, could give it a go. NASCAR drivers are known for running garbage races to help them prepare for their stock car races. Normally, one would not think that the waste would be transferred to a high-speed open-tire series that would show cars with lower power than the USAC Midgets, but Dali would ask for it.
“I’ve been better and better at the oval since I started racing,” says Dali. I now think ovals are my strength, and I try to learn as much as I can.
Dali has reason to hope for a one-day show Saturday. He has never been in the top 10 in the global technology race, finishing fifth in 2017 and 10th in the 2020 race, and his only career title came last short in Oval. Iowa in car number 59.