MRF Challenge - Daly Heads Back To India

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Delhi, Nov. 28, 2012: American Conor Daly returns to Delhi, India this weekend to compete in rounds three and four of the MRF Challenge 2012 championship to be run again at the Buddh International Circuit. After two podium finishes (first & third) during the Indian Grand Prix weekend in late October, Daly currently lies third in the championship points table.

"My last visit was a bit of a scramble because of my testing schedule in Spain so this time I will have at least a few nights sleep in India before the first practice session," said Daly. "The Buddh circuit is fantastic and although it's a long way to go to race, every time I'm in a car it's good for me."

The MRF Challenge 2012, is a new racing series that will be held between October and February. The opening rounds of this series were held on October 27th - 28th as the support race for Formula One India Grand Prix.

The MRF Challenge 2012 series uses all new Dallara/Renault powered cars. To learn more about this series, please go to Unfortunately, Live Timing and Scoring is not available for these events.

Daly finished 6th in this years GP3 championship with five podium finishes including a win in Barcelona in May.

Daly, the 2010 American Formula Star Mazda Champion, is sponsored by: VBrick Systems, Inc., Delavaco Capital Inc., Callcap, Merchant Services LTD, The College Network, PACE Electronics and Tom Lange Company with additional support from; St. Vincent Sports Performance, Alpinestars and Aspin Group.

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