Bowers & Wilkins at the Maserati Trofeo World Series

Bowers & Wilkins branded Maserati at Trofeo World Series 2012

This weekend, 20-21 May, we were in Jarama, Spain to see the Bowers & Wilkins branded Maserati in action at the Maserati Trofeo MC World Series.

Two races took place on Sunday and our branded Maserati was driven by Sergio Garcia, a former professional driver and journalist at Spanish TV channel Telecinco, and Jaime Hernandez, journalist at Spanish newspapers Marca and El Mundo. In the 1st race we finished 8th overall.

The second race was less successful  as Sergio Garcia was forced to retire after an engine blow-up. Speaking to him shortly after he said: “It went really well in the beginning. I managed to go from start place 11 to position 4 very quickly but suddenly the engine blew up and I was forced to retire. I am disappointed but this is racing!”

Although results and the weather could have been better we had a fantastic weekend and are looking forward to the next Maseratio Trofeo race which is taking place in Portimao, Portugal on 2/3 June.

You can see more pictures on our Facebook page.

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