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Spectrum announce drivers for inaugural Island Formula

Spectrum Racing Cars today announced the list of ten successful applicants who will participate in the inaugural Spectrum Racing Cars - Island Formula driver development program, to be held at Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit from November 29-30.

 

 

Receiving over 50 enquiries from young drivers across Australia and New Zealand, Spectrum Racing Cars together with its official sales and marketing agent Velocity Management Group evaluated each application in detail, before selecting the 10 drivers who displayed the most suitability to participate in the program.

 

The drivers selected for Island Formula are;

 

Daniel Plummer (17), VIC
Declan O’Brien (23), WA
Jacob Parsons (16), NSW
Joey Mawson (15), NSW
Jordan Deckert (15), QLD
Mark Gibson (19), NZ
Matt Campbell (16), QLD
Nick Ellen (17), VIC
Renee Gracie (16), QLD
Rob Gibson (21), NZ

 

Michael Borland, Managing Director of Spectrum Racing Cars says, “We are proud to offer ten of Australia and New Zealand’s most promising young drivers the chance to experience our latest, race prepared Formula Fords on one of Australia’s greatest racing circuits, something which no other driver development experience offers.

 

“In addition to the exciting on-track component, Island Formula will also provide an all-encompassing introduction to the vital elements of a professional motor racing career, including the importance of diet, fitness, media/ PR, mental conditioning, race car familiarisation and working with technical personnel.

 

“We are confident Island Formula will not only be educational, but a very enjoyable and rewarding experience for all participants.”

For further Spectrum information, please contact:


Nestora Strintzos
Sales and Marketing Agent
Spectrum Racing Cars
T: (03) 9590 9775
M: 0450 359 840
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