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Christian Horner says there would possibly perhaps be ‘energy vast’ in the Crimson Bull Junior Team as they contemplate to the next future abilities that will be in consideration for a promotion to Formula 1.

In 2021, Crimson Bull’s young driver programme promoted Eastern racer Yuki Tsunoda to the Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda team as a replace of Daniil Kvyat, which plan six of the most up to date grid have, one day, been a share of the Junior Team.

Tsunoda joined Max Verstappen, Pierre Gasly, Sebastian Vettel, Carlos Sainz Jr. and Daniel Ricciardo in being introduced into Formula 1 by Crimson Bull, while in 2022, Alexander Albon will re-join the grid and accomplish it a natty seven. 

Nonetheless searching to the long flee, Crimson Bull have a range of young drivers coming thru the ranks in each and every FIA Formula 2 and FIA Formula 3, and Horner says there are hundreds of alternatives for Crimson Bull and quite a bit of selections to accomplish relating to these making waves in junior formulae.

“Now we have got this crew of young talent coming thru,” said Horner to Formula1.com. “Now we have got Liam Lawson and Jüri Vips in F2, we have now bought Dennis Hauger leading the plan in F3 and a thrilling young American, Jak Crawford.

“So, there would possibly perhaps be energy and depth in the junior programme.”

As nicely because the forementioned drivers, Crimson Bull additionally have in their ranks Formula 2 flee winner Jehan Daruvala along with Formula 3 stars Jonny Edgar and Ayuma Iwasa, while 2022 will detect the advent of Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine frontrunner Isack Hadjar.

Jack Doohan, who love Hauger is a Crimson Bull-supported driver in location of a entirely-fledged member of the Crimson Bull Junior Team, has additionally been tipped for success and is susceptible to be introduced into Formula 2 with the backing of the vitality drinks company in 2022.


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