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Pourchaire on Alfa Romeo: “We don’t hold each other back”

Pourchaire on Alfa Romeo: "We don’t hold each other back"

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Theo Pourchaire is set to be one of the main protagonists of the Formula 2 season to come. Formula 2 and Formula 3’s youngest ever race winner is part of the Sauber Academy but admits he is ready to grab any opportunity given to step up to F1.

The 18-years-old quickly showed his talent through the feeder series, finishing second in his rookie F3 season, and winning in Monaco in his first year in Formula 2. This year with Art Grand Prix, the objective is clear as reported by F1 Feeder Series: “The title is the target. It’s an objective that Fred and I set for this season. It’s not necessarily a requirement but it’s the target.”

Nevertheless, the founder of Art Grand Prix Fred Vasseur strongly believes in Pourchaire’s talent, hence the support given to the Frenchman by the Sauber Academy throughout his career: “It’s more of a family. They don’t have a lot of drivers, there will only be two this year, the second one will be announced shortly. I’m their biggest hope…

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