ABRS Grad Steven Aghakani Wins First Race in Lamborghini Huracán

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Abrs grad steven aghakani wins first race in lamborghini huracán - ca

Monrovia, California (Tuesday, July 27, 2017) – 14-year-old Steven Aghakani won for the first time in a Lamborghini Huracán on Sunday at Buttonwillow while participating in the National Auto Sport Association (NASA) SoCal Region. The California native will also be attending this upcoming weekend’s LSTNA event at Watkins Glen International to conduct meetings regarding his future plans and to support the rest of the team’s drivers.

Aghakani Was Thrilled with His First-Place Finish and Thankful to All of His Supporters.

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“The heat was exhausting,” Aghakani said. “We had some mechanical challenges, but all the hard work and perseverance paid off. It feels so incredible to be holding this first-place trophy and celebrating with my crew and sponsors. I am so happy to be first in the southern region and to be moving my driving status to pro! I can’t thank everyone enough for all the support they have shown me to get to this point.”

Team Owner Shane Seneviratne Took a Moment to Congratulate Steven Aghakani on His First Win with the Team.

Steven aghakani team - ca

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“I’m really excited about the results that we were able to achieve with Steven (Aghakani) for his first race win for the team,” Seneviratne said. “Congratulations! All his hard work and training are paying off. It’ll be nice to have him join the team for this weekend’s event. I’m looking forward to the races at Watkins Glen and expect to build on the success that we had at Buttonwillow.”

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Allen Berg ranks among Canada's top racing personalities. He won the Formula Pacific Tasman Championship, won at Silverstone against Ayrton Senna and Martin Brundle in perhaps the greatest year ever in British Formula 3, and qualified for nine starts in F1, a record bettered among his countrymen only by Gilles and Jacques Villeneuve.

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