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Junior F1 ladder in Europe not ‘reasonable' – Alesi

Oct.2 F1 legend Jean Alesi says his son Giuliano abandoned his European racing career because the environment in Japan is more 'reasonable'. 23-year-old Giuliano Alesi was a Formula 2 driver until he was dropped by Ferrari's development academy. Now, he races for the top TOM's team in Japanese open-wheeler ‘Super Formula' and Super GT. 'In Europe, F1 teams have their programs to develop young talent, but in the end the problem is still money,' Jean Alesi, who is most famous for his Ferrari career in Formula 1 in the 90s, told as-web.jp. 'Four drivers in Formula 1 today are the sons of millionaires – that's the reality. But Japan's training programs don't mean that only...
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