A1 Teams nominated drivers A1GP Indonesia, Sentul Circuit

08.12.2006: A1 Teams nominated drivers A1GP Indonesia, Sentul Circuit

The following drivers have signed-on to drive in the A1GP Sentul, Indonesia, 8-10 December 2006.

Australia Karl Reindler* Ryan Briscoe

Brazil Tuka Rocha* Raphael Matos

Canada Sean McIntosh James Hinchcliffe*

China Ho-Pin Tung*

Czech Republic Jaroslav Janis*

France Nicolas Lapierre Loic Duval*

Germany Nico Hülkenberg Marco Holzer*

Great Britain Oliver Jarvis* Robbie Kerr

India Armaan Ebrahim Parthiva Sureshwaren*

Indonesia Ananda Mikola Moreno Soeprapto*

Ireland Richard Lyons* Michael Devaney John O'Hara

Italy Enrico Toccacelo Michele Rugolo*

Lebanon Alex Khateeb* Basil Shaaban Khalil Beschir

Malaysia Alex Yoong Fairuz Fauzy*

Mexico Salvador Duran Sergio Perez*

Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen Renger van der Zande*

New Zealand Jonny Reid Chris van der Drift*

Pakistan Nur Ali*

South Africa Alan van der Merwe* Gavin Cronje

Switzerland Neel Jani Sebastien Buemi*

USA Philip Giebler

Drivers marked with a star are eligible to participate in the first official practice session on Friday 8 December.

Please note: A1 Team Singapore's main driver, Christian Murchison, has not signed-on to drive in the A1GP Sentul, Indonesia. During a training session last week, he aggravated an existing back injury and has been advised by his doctor not to race this weekend. Unfortunately A1 Team Singapore has not been able to find a reserve driver in this time and as a result, will not be running this weekend.



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