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Salvador de Alba

Salvador de Alba (R)

#6 Jay Howard Driver Development

 

Birthdate: December 11, 1999
Hometown: Guadalajara, Mexico
Residence: Mexico
Twitter: @S_dealba
Instagram: @S.dealba
Facebook: Salvador de Alba Jr.
Team Website: jayhoward.com

 

Sponsors:

 

Grupo Indi / Mecano / Sidral Aga


Nationality:  Mexican

Languages spoken: Spanish, English

Height/weight: 5’10” / 148 lbs.

Hobbies:  Racing, mountain biking, going to the gym, cooking and hanging out with friends

Song that must be on my playlist:  Ahora te puedes marchar by Luis Miguel

Guilty food pleasure:  Dessert

Bucket list:  Parachutes, take a European trip, drive in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES and know every INDYCAR shop

Unusual habits/routines:  Put every right item first. Pants; first the right leg. Gloves; first the right hand.

An interesting note about me:  I am Salvador de Alba IV

Racing goal: To be an NTT INDYCAR SERIES driver

Racing hero:  Ayrton Senna

Career results:

2021

  • Won the NASCAR Peak Mexico Series, with four wins, four poles and seven podiums in 12 races
  • Won the Super Copa GTM championship, scoring seven wins, three poles and 13 podiums in 16 races
  • Finished fifth in the Tractocamiones Freightliner series, with a victory and seven top 10s in eight races

2020

  • Finished third in the NASCAR Peak Mexico Series, with two wins, two poles and five podiums
  • Finished third in the Super Copa GTM championship

2019

  • Scored the NASCAR Peak Mexico Series vice championship with three wins, five poles and five podiums
  • Won the Super Copa GTM championship with five wins and podium finishes in all eight races
  • Finished third in the Tractocamiones Freightliner series, with two wins and five podiums
  • Won the SC Super Copa series

2018

  • Earned a victory and three podiums in the NASCAR Peak Mexico Series
  • Finished second in the Tractocamiones Freightliner series, scoring two wins in seven races
  • Won the 24 Hours of Mexico

2017

  • Scored his first victory in the Tractocamiones Freightliner series
  • Also competed in the NASCAR Peak Mexico Series

2016

  • Competed in the Super Copa Telcel series, securing Rookie of the Year honors

2010-2015

  • Contested numerous national and international karting events