Mario Domínguez

Mario Domínguez ( born December 1, 1975 in Mexico City, Mexico) is a Mexican racing driver. He is currently driving for Pacific Coast Motorsports in the IndyCar Series after he was for a long time in the Champ Car series active before.

His first appearance in the Champ Car series had Domínguez in 2002 where he stayed for the team stove Competition until 2004. During this time he won two races in 2002 in Surfers Paradise one dominated by a very long Savety car period race and 2003 in Downtown Miami. In 2002, he was also Rookie of the Year. For the 2005 season, he moved to Forsythe Racing, outstanding successes but failed to materialize. During the 2006 season, he was dismissed from the team after he had collided twice at the start with his teammate Paul Tracy Dale Coyne Racing and went to. For the last three races of the season, he could get by sponsor money from Pemex a place at Rocket Sports.

His activities during the 2007 season are indicative of the chaotic last season of Champ Cars. He drove the first three races again for Forsythe, where he was then replaced by Oriol Servia. Thereafter he remained four races without using, then there was one use for PKV Racing as a replacement for the injured Tristan Gommendy and for Pacific Coast Motorsports (PCM ) as a replacement for Ryan Daziel. Another use for Minardi Team USA, it was as a replacement for the suspended Dan Clarke. For the last two races, including a Mexico City he went again for PCM.

For the 2008 season, he should also start for PCM. As the season but failed to materialize, PCM avoided any immediate recourse other racing commitments. It was, however, who finished in third place with two cars in the Champ Car farewell in Long Beach at the start, one of which was driven away by Domínguez. The team now wants from the Indy 500, the entire IndyCar season with a car with Visit Mexico City deny sponsorship. For the Indy 500, however, you could not qualify because Domínguez put the car in the second round in the wall - the first round was still one of the fastest, which was run on the day of qualifying at all. With the race at the Milwaukee Mile, the team then went to as now fixed 27 participants. The really designed only to 26 vehicles pit lane was specially adapted slightly. But so far, the team has a lot of trouble to go along the velocity in the ovals.