Indianapolis, Indiana (May 21, 2020) – Juncos Racing eSports is thrilled to announce Norberto Fontana will join the team in the Super TC2000 eSport entry for the final round of the Campeonato de las Estrellas 2 this weekend.

Norberto Fontana will pilot the No. 75 Juncos Racing eSports Chevrolet Cruze on the 2.5-mile oval located at Rafela in Round 4, the final event of the “Campeonato de las Estrellas 2” on Sunday, May 24th. Broadcast begins at 7:00 pm ET, 20:00 horas ARG on https://www.youtube.com/user/TyCSportsOficial .

Fontana, a native of Argentina, brings over 20 years of experience on track to Juncos Racing. Fontana’s extensive driving resume includes Formula 1, where he competed with team Sauber in the late 1990s. and then moved onto compete in the CART series with team Della Penna in 2000. The Argentinean competed in multiple championships across Europe and Asia, before returning to his home country to compete in the Super TC 2000, Turismo Carreter, and Top Race V6 series. Throughout his career on track he recorded six championships and received Konex Award – Merit Diploma in 2010, as one of the 5 best drivers of the decade in Argentina.

“I am very happy to be part of Juncos Racing eSports in the final event of the Super TC2000 eSports Championship this weekend,” said Fontana. “We have been training a lot, so I hope we have a good result for the team. I would like to thank Juncos Racing and the whole Super TC2000 series for this opportunity.”

Juncos Racing eSports Team Owner Ricardo Juncos said, “We are really looking forward to Norberto Fontana representing Juncos Racing eSports in the Campeonato De Las Estrellas this weekend. He brings an incredible resume to our program and is regarded as one of the best drivers to come from my home country of Argentina. I have followed Norberto since his days in Formula 1, so to have the chance to work with him means a great deal to me. I want to thank Norberto for joining our team, Carburando, and the Super TC2000 series. We are looking forward to a great weekend!”