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New names Ferrari Driver Academy: 'Dream is to do the same as Leclerc'

Ferrari has announced the lineup of the Ferrari Driver Academy for 2022. The list includes Mick Schumacher, Robert Shwartzman and Arthur Leclerc. The Dutch Maya Weug may also stay on. Callum Illott is taking a gap year for his participation in the IndyCar Series, while Marcus Armstrong is to leave from the program. In total, there are nine names on the list, seven of which are men and two women. Among them are mainly drivers from Formula 3 and Formula 4. Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto was present to welcome the new pupils. Read more '82 percent of fans think Abu Dhabi GP was not rigged against Hamilton' Ferrari hopes for repeat of Leclerc After Charles Leclerc 's success story, Ferrari...
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