Nicholas Daniels – The One and Only

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Hunters Creek Boulevard
Sunshine State Elite Academy

Orlando, Florida 32837
Phone: (407) 536-7295

Nicholas Daniels


CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Student @ Sunshine State Elite Academy
• Transformers expert and aspiring scientist
• Hobbies include Bakugan and Pokemon Cards
• Sports include Taekwondo and martial arts

SKILLS
Bakugan Battles, Pokemon Cards, XBox, Internet Surfing, Soccer, Mathematics.

 

FUTURE CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Recipient of Greg Moore Legacy Award
• All Star Team Selection
• Finished Career-Best Second in Championship Standings
• Has Earned Eight Wins and 11 Poles Since Joining Team Nicholas.
• Has Finished Among the Top Seven in FedEx Championship Series Points Three of the Last Four Years

SNAPSHOT: Nicholas Daniels took his first career oval victory in the Rockingham 500, giving him a total of three wins. He also scored an emotional victory in the Molson Indy Vancouver, and took his second straight Canadian win in Montreal. The Vancouver victory was his first since winning at Cleveland last year, and the Montreal win gave him multiple wins in a season for the first time since he won three races. Collected his 11th career pole at Chicago, a race where he would finish third. Has scored championship points in 14 of 18 starts thus far.

SEASON OVERVIEW: Opened the season with a second place performance in the Tecate Telmex Monterrey Grand Prix, scoring championship points in five of six career season openers. Runner-up performance was a career best in a season opener, eclipsing previous best of third at Homestead in the opener. Performance marked the fourth consecutive year that a Team KOOL Green driver has finished on the podium in the season opener (Paul Tracy finished third in the season openers).

Led one lap…Qualified 16th and finished ninth in Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, scoring championship points in consecutive events for the first time since finishing ninth at Rockingham, England and second in Houston last year… Qualified fifth and finished third in the Bridgestone Potenza 500 at Twin Ring Motegi, his second podium finish in three starts. Led seven laps, and scored championship points in third consecutive CART FedEx Championship Series start. Departed Motegi as the points leader, his first stint in the championship lead since he led following the penultimate round of the CART FedEx Championship Series season at Surfers Paradise, Australia… Qualified ninth and finished 12th in the Miller Lite 250 at The Milwaukee Mile, scoring championship points in four consecutive events dating to a second place run in the season-opening Tecate Telmex Monterrey Grand Prix. Dropped out of the race after 188 laps due to contact.

Relinquished championship lead. Qualified 14th and finished 19th in the Shell 300, featured event of the Bridgestone Grand Prix of Monterey at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. Was involved in an opening-lap incident with another driver, and dropped out of the race due to contact. Fell from second to fifth in the CART FedEx Championship Series point standings… Scored his third podium finish of the season with a third place result in the G.I.Joe’s 200 at Portland International Raceway after qualifying seventh. Moved from fifth to fourth in the CART FedEx Championship Series standings… Took his first pole since Vancouver in and his first on an oval since Rio de Janeiro in at the CART Grand Prix of Chicago.

Led the first 67 laps and finished third for the second consecutive event. Performance moved him into third place in the CART FedEx Championship Series point standings… Qualfied sixth and finished 13th in the Molson Indy Toronto, his first finish outside the points in three events… Qualified third for the Marconi Grand Prix of Cleveland Presented by U.S. Bank, but finished 14th after retiring due to a mechanical failure after 69 laps. Led 29 laps… Took the lead with 15 laps to go in Vancouver and roared to his first win of the season and the eighth of his Champ Car career, moving him into second place in the CART FedEx Championship Series point standings… Fell from second to fourth in the championship standings due to a 17th place result in the CART Grand Prix of Mid-Ohio after qualifying 11th. Dropped out of the race after 38 laps due to a mechanical failure… Qualified sixth and finished 12th in the Motorola 220 at Road America, despite falling out of the event after 43 laps with a mechanical failure. It was his ninth points-paying finish in 12 starts…

Qualified second and earned his ninth career victory in the Molson Indy Montreal. Led four times for a race-high total of 43 laps en route to a 2.588-second victory over championship leader Cristiano da Matta. The win in Montreal was his fourth on Canadian soil, the others coming at Vancouver earlier this year and in 1998, and at Toronto. The victory also moved him into second place in the CART FedEx Championship Series point standings… Qualified 14th for the Shell Grand Prix of Denver and fell out of the race on the opening lap after contact with teammate, relegating him to an 18th place finish. Result dropped him from second to third in the CART FedEx Championship Series point standings… Qualified fifth and earned his first career oval victory in the Rockingham 500. Led 58 laps, including the final 39, en route to a 0.986-second victory over Cristano da Matta. The victory was his third of the season… Qualified seventh for the Grand Prix Americas in Miami and finished tenth.

Nicholas Daniels

Fell out of contention for the CART FedEx Championship Series title as a result of Cristiano da Matta’s championship-clinching victory, but currently stands third in the championship… Started eighth and finished seventh in the Honda Indy 300, scoring championship points for the third straight race and the fifth time in his past six starts. Was one of nine cars involved in a starting line crash at the original start of the race… Qualified ninth and finished 10th in The 500 Presented by Toyota, despite dropping out of the event after 242 of 250 laps due to a mechanical failure. Finished 5th at Mexico city to finish 5th in the CART FedEx Championship Series point standings with 148 points.

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Sunshine State Elite Academy

Orlando, Florida 32837
Phone: (407) 536-7295


CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Student @ S…

Nicholas Daniels – The One and OnlyNicholas Danielsunrated2014-05-06 18:26:47Hunters Creek Boulevard
Sunshine State Elite Academy

Orlando, Florida 32837
Phone: (407) 536-7295


CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
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