Boudon joins Jensen MotorSport Team
Jensen MotorSport is pleased to announce a close collaboration with renowned driver coach Christian Boudon (right) and his company (www.ccb-group.com). Christian will join our organization to assist in the development of drivers on our Formula BMW Americas and Atlantic Championship teams.
Christian Boudon has an exceptional resume with respect to developing the careers of successful young race car drivers. Jensen MotorSport team owner Eric Jensen states, “The list of drivers who have benefited from Christian’s tutelage includes world and series champions as Franck Perera, Franck Montagny, and Nelson Philippe.”
Jensen continues, “We share a common view with Christian about how to train drivers. For our BMW program in particular, Christian has an impressive resume including winning the 2005 championship with Richard Philippe. We anticipate that by integrating Christian into our BMW and Atlantic programs that we will achieve considerable success with strong results, and with developing some terrific young race car drivers.”
Christian Boudon says; “Eric’s team is high in my charts, we’ve been preparing driver’s with his support in the past and I have always been impressed by the professionalism Jensen Motorsport was able to deliver.”
Jensen MotorSport is a professional race team that has been competing in championships in North America including Champ Car, the Atlantic Championship, and Formula BMW. Since 1998, more than 40 professional drivers have raced for the team; and the team has also advanced the careers of many others with it’s driver development programs.
Launched in 2004, Formula BMW Americas is a leading entry-level championship for young race car drivers. The 2009 schedule is comprised of seven events, including the Formula One race at Sao Paolo Brazil. To learn more, visit www.formulabmwusa.com
Since 1974, the Atlantic Championship is renowned as one of the most effective driver development series. The list of graduates includes F1 legends such as Gilles Villeneuve, Jacques Villeneuve and Keke Rosberg, and IndyCar heroes including Bobby Rahal, Jimmy Vasser and Danica Patrick. The championship is comprised of 12 races at circuits in Canada and the USA. To learn more, visit www.atlantic-championship.com