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Ferrari hands Pascal Wehrlein development and sim role

Former Mercedes protégé Pascal Wehrlein has joined Ferrari in his capacity as a development driver for the 2019 season. The Scuderia was in need of a simulator and development driver after the departures of Daniil Kvyat and Antonio Giovinazzi who handled those duties last season. A former Manor and Sauber driver, Wehrlein was released from Mercedes at the end of last year. The 24-year-old was subsequently recruited by Mahindra to race in Formula E, but Wehrlein will split his time between the electric series and his commitments at Maranello. Kubica admits Ferrari development role 'not easy' to turn down Ferrari has yet to confirm Werlein's hiring or offer any details regarding employing...
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