Frédéric Vervisch Test Formula Renault 3.5

06.11.2006: Frédéric Vervisch Test Formula Renault 3.5

November 8, 2006 - Le Castellet (F)

On november 8th, Frédéric Vervisch will again take up the steering weel of a Formula Renault 3.5 car. The 20-year old pilot from Kortrijk will be testing for the Italian team GD Racing. With that team, Frédéric made his debut in this championship in 2005 and also tested one of their cars last winter in Le Castellet.

Vervisch: "I’m very happy that my management reached a testing agreement with GD. We will be able to see after the test how much I improved compared to last year. I again have the chance to prove myself and I will grab this chance with both hands. Who knows what will follow?"

Frédéric wont be the only pilot to attend the test in Le Castellet. Also various champions from the two litre class will be present: Filipe Albuquerque ( European and North European champion), Chris van der Drift but also Sebastian Vettel (BMW F1 test driver) and Frédérics fellow-countryman Jerome d’Ambrosio.


06.11.2006 / MaP

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