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Manuel Cabrera

Manuel Cabrera

#90 Exclusive Autosport

 

Birthdate: October 20, 2000
Hometown: Mexico City, Mexico
Residence: Atizapán de Zaragoza, Mexico
Website: PMCPromotions.com
Twitter: @mcabreraworld
Instagram: @mcabreraworld
YouTube: Manu Cabrera World
Facebook: Manuel Cabrera
Team Website: ExclusiveAutosport.ca

 

Sponsors:

 

Gateway Systems, Gateway Telecoms, PMCpromotions

Nationality: Mexican

Languages spoken: Spanish, English and a bit of French

Height/weight: 5’9” / 161 lbs.

Education: University student

HobbiesI like going to the gym, shoes and clothes, and dogs

Favorite racing city: I love Indianapolis - it is one of my favorite cities in the US. It's so emblematic of racing.

Talent I wish I had: I wish I could sing well

Guilty food pleasure: Desserts

Best meal I can cook by myself: Avocado sandwich

Bucket list: To have 20 dogs

Racing Goal: To race in the NTT IndyCar Series

Racing Hero: Pedro Rodriguez

Career results:

2018

  • Competed in seven Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship races with three Top 10s and a best finish of eighth at Road America
  • Named the ‘Star of the Race’ at the Royal Purple GP of Indianapolis by Road to Indy Insider

2017

  • Won the Formula PanAm series with a victory and four podiums in five races
  • The championship title earned him a ticket to the 2017 Mazda Road to Indy $200K Scholarship Shootout
  • Also competed in Formula Masters Asia, earning Rookie-of-the-Year honors

2016

  • Attended the Skip Barber Racing School and competed in the Championship series, earning a victory and a second-place finish

2015

  • Earned a podium finish in the National Rotax Max Challenge Junior Championship… Named to the FIA National Karting Championship-Telmex Challenge, where he was a Sub-Champion

2014

  • Finished third in the National Rotax Max Challenge Junior Championship
  • Participated in the VINCI-Dixon Championship where he finished in second place despite missing four of eight races

2013

  • Won the Copa ORIS championship
  • Finished second in the Izcalli Championship and fourth in the Sierra Esmeralda Championship

2012

  • Finished third in the Izcalli Championship

2011

  • Won the ORIS Cup at the kartodromo Sierra Esmeralda
  • Finished second in the Izcalli Championship