Maranello - Three new entries and an old acquaintance are the protagonists of the second scouting camp organized by the Ferrari Driver Academy together with ACI (Automobile Club of Italy) that kicked off in Maranello. Four drivers born in 2007 and 2008 are involved, Italians Emanuele Olivieri and Mattia Colnaghi, Dutchman - son of ex-F1-driver and 24H of Le Mans-winner Jan Lammers - René Lammers and Latvian Tomass Stolcermanis, who was already among the protagonists of a camp at Fiorano in 2022.
As usual, the boys will be engaged in a series of days between the Fiorano track and the Scuderia headquarters in Maranello with sessions dedicated to different areas, such as physical preparation, theoretical preparation and stress management. The pinnacle moment will be, as usual, on the track, when the four talents will have the chance to drive around in a Formula 4 single-seater equipped with Pirelli tires - FDA's Technical Partner in the Scouting Camps - in every way identical to those used in championship races.
Racing for the World Finals.
At the end of the camp, FDA's experts will meet and decide whether there is anyone among the four screened who deserves to be taken to the Scouting World Finals at the end of the year, the event in which it is decided whether to add a driver to FDA's group. Seven boys and two girls are currently members of the Academy.