HWA Racelab Commits Giuliano Alesi to Formula 2 Team

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, CEO HWA AG and Giuliano Alesi – Photo: HWA

From 2002 until the longtime Formula 1 driver for the DTM factory team of Mercedes-AMG, which is supervised by HWA. Now his son Giuliano follows in his footsteps and takes over one of the two cockpits of HWA Racelab in the FIA ​​Formula 2 Championship

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His great skill was the He won the year his first race in Formula racing in the French Formula 4 Championship . After two more wins in the junior series, he was one year later added to the Ferrari Driver Academy, in which the Scuderia promotes great motorsport talents in terms of a Formula 1 career.

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In Formula racing, Alesi has made steady progress: , he joined Trident in the GP3 series. With a total of four wins as well as the total places five and seven he belonged in the years 01 and 2018 to the high-riders of the series and changed in the Trident Formula 2 team. His best result in the current season, he finished seventh in Monza.

The other cockpit next to Alesi will occupy Artem Markelov (Russia). From 5 to 7 December, the duo for HWA Racelab will be contesting the Formula 2 sub-season tests in Abu Dhabi.

Giuliano Alesi (, France): “I would like to thank HWA AG for the great welcome and the confidence it places in me. I am overjoyed to be part of this impressive company. Already, all employees are highly motivated and I look forward to working with a great team – that's the most important thing for me. I can not describe what I'm feeling right now, I'm overjoyed. ” Ulrich Fritz, CEO of HWA AG: “We are very happy that we were able to win Giuliano for u.s. Alesi and HWA battle already successful in the DTM. Nice that she is now experiencing a sequel in Formula 2. Giuliano's enormous skill is undisputed, and it's not by chance that he's part of the Ferrari Driver Academy. It fits in perfectly with our approach of accompanying young athletes on their way to Formula One. ”


About Giuliano Alesi

Born: 12

20. September in Avignon

Career:
13 French Formula 4 Championship (3 wins) 2017 –
2005 FIA Formula 2 Championship Trident