The Ferrari team was quite active this week on their track in Fiorano, where in five days of testing they drove a total of more than 500 laps, or 1500 kilometers. Behind the wheel of the 71 Ferrari SF2018H, seven racers were replaced in those five days, and the busy work week ended with Mick Schumacher, this year’s Haas team racer, and Ferrari’s close race car driver, Callum Ilott. https://twitter.com/ScuderiaFerrari/status/1355223411908337670 Charles Leclerc drove the first kilometers of this year on Tuesday, and Carlos Sainz, who moved to Maranello from the team before this season, got used to the dynamics of his new team on Wednesday and Thursday. McLaren. The opportunity behind the wheel of a red car was also given to three racers of the Ferrari Academy of Young Racers FDA, Marcus A
Maya Weug is the first racer Ferrari has added to her racing offspring. Maya Weug, 16, is the winner of the Girls on Track Rising Stars initiative, organized by the FIA. Girls on Track is looking for talented female drivers between the ages of 12 and 16, and Maya, who has Dutch-Belgian roots, will compete in Formula 4 for the award this year, and it will be fully funded by the Ferrari Racing Academy. Weug competed for the final prize with 19 other competitors. After three rounds of competition, the last four candidates, including Julia Ayoub from Brazil, Antonella Bassani, and Doriane Pin from France, went to the Paul Ricard racetrack, where they went through a rigorous five-day judging program, including
Mick Schumacher has only competed in single series so far, but in Formula 1 it will be different. It will have a Ferrari engine in the back of the car, and the chassis will be from Dallara. But the German believes that this will not cause him any problems. He wants to grow with Haas. "It's important that we understand each other and work together in the same direction." He emphasizes that he will initially continue to focus entirely on Formula 2, because last but not least, he is heading to the finals of the championship this weekend as the leader. But his joy of competing in Formula 1 next year was visible on Mick's face. "It's understandably an amazing feeling. In the end, you don't realize it right away and I didn't realize it yet. I'm very happy to have the German flag on the car. It's crazy now that the moment has come. After the race weekend in Sochi, we got know
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