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Rounds 7 and 8 at the United States Grand Prix
This weekend sees the mid-way point of this years Formula BMW USA championship. Taking place tomorrow (June 30) will be the practice and qualifying sessions. The half hour practice session will be from 9.45am to 10.15am. The qualifying will be at 4.25pm to 4.55pm.

Round 6
The Jensen MotorSport Formula BMW program was also in action this weekend with Frankie Muniz and Alex Navejar racing at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal.
Both drivers showed good speed and competitveness during the rounds 5 and 6 of the FBMW schedule. Muniz and Navejar both made their way up towards the top ten in both races. Muniz unfortunately spun while trying to pass another car for 10th in the second race and finished back in the field as a result. Alex Navejar managed to bring his #20 BMW home in 10th place for the teams first points of the season. Frankie Muniz is now looking forward to the US Grand Prix in Indianapolis this coming weekend.


Round 5
Frankie was excluded from yesterdays race (June 24) following a violation of 5.19 of the 2006 Formula BMW USA regulations. This regulation refers to aerodynamic devices, although we are not sure exactly how this regulation was violated at this point.
Frankie will take part in round 6 later today. He will start in 22nd position, with a time of 1:49.724.
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Rounds 5 and 6 at the Canadian Grand Prix
Yesterdays qualifying session (June 23) put Frankie in 23rd place for todays race, which will take place at 8.30am. His qualifying time was 1:49.364.
The second 30 minute race will take place at 9.15am tomorrow.
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