Rising Indian motorsports star Jaden R. Parisart has been invited to the Ferrari Driver Academy (FDA) trials as one of the top young talents in the Asia-Pacific and Oceania regions. Rising Indian motorsports star Jaden R. Parisart has been invited to the Ferrari Driver Academy (FDA) trials as one of the top young talents in the Asia-Pacific and Oceania regions. The prestigious Ferrari Academy selection test begins on September 23 in Sepang. Drivers will participate in track walking, engineer meetings, fitness tests, and important times behind the wheels of the Tatus FIA F4-T421 machine on the track. The top five drivers then head to the FDA Scout World Final in Maranello.
Jaden Parisart, who moved to England in 2022, is participating in the entire F4 British Championship with the Argentine side’s Phinsys. On his impressive debut weekend, the then 15-year-old took a place on the Rookie Cup podium, showing his potential to win before winning a memorable podium victory at Donnington Park. 온라인카지노
With more than 100 drivers applying for the Ferrari Driver Academy program, Jayden has now been selected as one of 25 drivers from six countries heading to Sepang International Circuit for a five-day evaluation process.
Announcing the selection results, Jayden Parisart said from his base in England, “I’m very happy to be selected to participate in the Ferrari Driver Academy selection test in Malaysia. I’ve learned a lot from racing at the F4 British Championship for almost a year and I’m looking forward to the test for the Ferrari driver academy.”
“It’s definitely going to be a fun five days and there’s going to be a lot to get away from that experience. But I’ll definitely go in with the intention of reaching the last five days and hopefully head to Maranelle for the world final,” added Silon Driver.
The Scuderia Ferrari program aims to bring in talented young people and draws inspiration from what Enzo Ferrari said. “I like to think that Ferrari can make not only cars but also drivers.” Ferrari Driver Academy is not just a racing school. It’s a true academy that teaches every aspect of their chosen profession carefully. Over the years, many of the academy’s students have continued to run high-level races. Charles Leclerc and Mick Schumacher et al reached Formula 1.
Michael Smith of Motorsports Australia, who will conduct the test, said, “We look forward to attracting 25 of the best young drivers in the Asia-Pacific region. I’m excited to see more drivers outside of Australia in the FDA selection.”