• Wolff lauds Calderon, but sees superlicence rules as obstacle

    Il y a 2 mois - Par F1i

    Susie Wolff says that the current system of deciding who is eligible for a Formula 1 superlicence is holding back talented drivers such as Tatiana Calderon.
    Calderon has spent the last three years competing in over 50 races in the GP3 Series and this year will become the first female driver to take part in Formula 2.
    The 25-year-old from Bogota, Colombia recently tested with the DS Techeetah Formula E team. But despite taking part in private tests with Sauber in 2018, she's not eligible to take part in an official F1 session.
    Drivers need to earn 40 points under the FIA's superlicence...
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