Twelve racing drivers took part in a selection programme at the Portuguese racetrack in Portimão to become the new
Over three days, the sponsorship candidates had the chance to demonstrate their prowess. During a simulated racing weekend at the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve, which included a practice, qualifying and race, they not only had to display their driving skills, but also aspects such as technical understanding, interaction with the engineers, dealing with the media and physical fitness. The drivers, who were selected for their outstanding performances in their respective
All candidates had to fulfil certain requirements. They had to be 23 years or younger, finish a national
The selection of the new
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