“After carefully analysing the date from the shootout at Le Castellet in France, we chose Jaxon Evans. We are convinced that Jaxon and Julien have the talent to celebrate further successes at an international motorsport level,” says Jennifer Biela-Moll, head of the
Evans discovered his passion for motor racing as a child, when he and his father watched his cousin compete in New Zealand. His mother also has petrol in her veins and has contested a single-seater series in New Zealand. Born in Levin not far from the Wellington capital, Evans moved to the Australian Gold Coast in 2005 and took up karting at the age of twelve. He underlined his talent by concluding the 2014 ProKart New Zealand Series as vice champion. After advancing to the
“Winning the shootout and receiving backing as a
In 2019, Julian Andlauer contests his second year as a
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