“We’ve made a detailed analysis of the data and results from the shootout. Of the nine participants, Julien Andlauer impressed us the most. He’s very young and he has a lot of talent. We’re looking forward to working with him,” says Jennifer Biela-Moll,
For the 2018 season, Andlauer receives a funding package totalling 225,000 Euro towards his
“I’m absolutely thrilled to be chosen as the
Since childhood, Andlauer’s passion has been motor racing. His father manages a kart track in Lyon. At the age of six, the young Frenchman climbed into a kart for the first time. In 2015 he advanced into the French Formula 4, where he achieved third overall. One year later, the driver from Sainte-Foy-lès-Lyon contested the
When Andlauer is not sitting in a racing car, he likes to keep fit. “I’m a big fan of boxing. The sport uses the whole body and it improves reflexes. Mixed martial arts boxer Connor McGregor is one of my biggest idols. He lives the sport and is very ambitious.” With these qualities, Julien Andlauer is also keen to impress in the 2018
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