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Marciello joins Racing Engineering in GP2

Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari protege Raffaele Marciello has joined Racing Engineering for this season's GP2 championship. Marciello, 19, won the Formula Three European championship last season. Racing Engineering took Fabio Leimer to the GP2 title in 2013. Marciello tested for Racing Engineering at the end of last season and had already been confirmed in GP2, but had yet to reveal with which team he would race. "I'm really happy to be a part of Racing Engineering," said Marciello. "It is one of the strongest teams and I feel best placed and very proud to be with them. "GP2 is a fantastic platform because you can start learning more about tyre management and because you are...
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