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PP Mastro, Nick Firestone Head to Monaco
Sunday, 23 September 2007 17:00

Event News: Six Hours of Monte Carlo - American Team

OMNI-Sport/Team USA has named Nick Firestone, P.P. Mastro, and Cary Capparelli as its drivers in the 2007 running of the Six Hours of Monte Carlo Endurance.

The Six Hours of Monte Carlo Endurance is considered the premier kart endurance race in the world. The race is held on the streets of the Principality, including parts of the famous Formula One circuit. The race is scheduled for October 12-13-14. All 42 teams will be running Tony Karts with Rotax 125cc motors.


Firestone, of Scottsdale, Arizona, will be returning to his European racing roots where he formerly competed in the Opel Lotus Euroseries, the British Vauxhall Lotus Series and British Formula 3000 early in his career. “I am really excited to be part of OMNI-Sport/Team USA’s efforts in Monaco this year,” said Firestone. “To have a chance to race on part of the famous F1 circuit and represent my country at the same time is huge!”

Firestone currently competes in the highly competitive SKUSA ProKart Challenge G-1 class with fellow teammate P.P. Mastro, garnering 5 wins, 6 podiums, 5 poles, and six fast laps in 14 starts.

Mastro, of Los Angeles, California, is a 20 year veteran of karting amassing an impressive array of championships in IKF, WKA and SKUSA’s ProKart challenge. He has been ProKart’s G-1 champion for three consecutive years, (‘05,’06,’07) dominating with 14 wins, 6 podiums, 11 poles, and 12 fast laps in only 27 races.

Capparelli, of Chicago, Illinois, has raced Formula 3 and Formula 2000. Capparelli is the team principal for OMNI-Sport/Team USA, which is the only team to race in every Six Hours of Monte Carlo Endurance since its inception. This is the twelfth year of this event. OMNI-Sport¹s best finish was tenth. OMNI-Sport¹s parent entity, OMNI-Communique Inc., organized the first racing competitions between the United States and the former Soviet Union and represented the United States in the International Ice Kart Championships in Russia.