One of the few Canadian drivers competing in Europe this year, Jean-Sebastien Sauriol would really like for the adventure to keep on going. The driver and coach from Saint-Sauveur, Quebec took part in two rounds of the V de V Endurance Series, the 12 hours of Motorland Aragon in Spain and the 6 hours of Magny-Cours in France onboard a Mosler MT-900 GT3.
‘When an opportunity like this one comes, you got to make the most of it! Give your all best despite the difficulties of learning a new car and circuits in a very short time. We got a few mechanical problems but it is part of the racing game, says Jean-Sebastien.’ The Canadian driver was nonetheless able to make a good impression overseas with his ability to adapt quickly to a powerful car on fast and technical circuits.
The car owner decided to withdrew from the last race in Estoril, Portugal. The car needed extended repairs and maintenance. ‘I hope to go back to Europe next year and to continue the adventure, it made me a better driver and I did step up my game a lot against the competition overthere.’
Jean-Sebastien is now concentrating on the upcoming Ice Driving season at Hotel Sacacomie located in Quebec, Canada.