Pete Norbäck

Aquila Formula 1000 Racing Driver

Pete Norbäck

Rookie Aquila F1000 Racing Driver

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About me

and my goal

Watch your mirrors people! Its Pete Norback coming to you!

Mantorp Varracet
Mantorp Varracet

Hej Alla. Im Pete Norbäck, A rookie racing driver in Aquila F1000 (And Maybe some Endurance). I am currently 14 and I live and work with my dad, mum, brother, and my cat. I have started driving at my Sponsor's Race-Track, Mittsvergiebanan, and I have completed more than 500 laps around the track, which I am extremely glad for. 

I am currently racing in Aquila Formula 1000 officially with my best race at Mantorp Varracet, that was a race that reminded me that I have a-lot of potential to extract from myself and I am not giving up making good places only at Mantorp.

For 2023, I started real racing, with my first weekend being at Gelleråsen, and that was an unforgetable experience. I achieved P15, P13, but eventually retired due to an Incident, but of course, I wasn't done there yet.

I then drove in the ALM Race Weekend at Mittsvergiebanan where I have crashed 2 times but have achieved great positions, hence my quote, "Regardless How many times I've crashed, I always bounce back great!" In the ALM Weekend, it was a double header, I got P15, P13, P9, P13 and then the position just stuck there.

Of course, as always, I'm always aiming for something higher, I am quite a risky and cocky person, and even if I crash, I will still come back strong. We are aiming to make good racing, and history within Aquila, and I will not regret all the past, present, and future experiences.

So as always, stay safe and have fun out on track, cya

By: Pete Norbäck Himself

The Sunset Shining down on the Final Race of SSK 4
The Sunset Shining down on the Final Race of SSK 4

Pst, Hey. If you want to contact me, go to the Contact Section of this webpage. Or if you want to see some smoking stylish photos, go to the Gallery section. If you want to follow my experiences, look at my Blogs.

And that is all, there is nothing beyond this part of the front page