The future of motorsports begins with our talented youngsters. A principle
The sports success was one thing. On the other hand, the Junior Team rapidly developed into an important young talent school for
The success of the
Two up-and-coming drivers, the
Three young pilots were supported as a
Thomas Preining impressed in a screening and absolved a two-stage selection process. Racing as a
Joining the junior contingent for the 2016 season was the Norwegian Dennis Olsen (19) as well as Frenchman Mathieu Jaminet (21). Italy’s Matteo Cairoli (19) and Sven Müller (23) from Germany continued to receive support for another year.
There are days and moments in the life of a race driver that will never be forgotten. For Earl Bamber that day was June 14th, 2015, and the moment was the award ceremony after the Le Mans 24 Hours. Standing on the podium high above the pit lane alongside his teammates Nick Tandy (Great Britain) and Nico Hülkenberg (Germany) after just winning the world’s most famous endurance race in the
The sensational victory on the Circuit des 24 Heures marks the pinnacle of his meteoric career from
In addition to the new junior, Sven Mueller (Germany), who tackled his first season in the
Earl Bamber was the second very talented driver chosen from
Michael Christensen from Denmark joined
At track tests in Vallelunga (Italy) in February 2012 six finalists aged from 18 to 21 years excelled with outstanding lap times and showed impressive progress over the two days. Klaus Bachler (20, A), Tom Blomqvist (18, GB), Michael Christensen (21, DK), Mario Farnbacher (19, D), Ramon Pineiro (21, E) and Dennis Trebing (20, USA) had earlier come out on top at a rigorous selection process against other talented youngsters from around the globe. Afterwards
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