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DAYTONA DRIVER MAKES BRITISH GRAND PRIX GRID

DAYTONA DRIVER MAKES BRITISH GRAND PRIX GRID

Talented DAYTONA driver makes the grid at the British Grand Prix

Kaiser Riemann (10), a talented go-karting driver who regularly races at Daytona Sandown Park, has been selected by ROKiT Williams Formula One driver George Russell and a panel of Formula One media, to become a “FIA F1 Future Star” and join his F1 heroes on the grid at the 2019 Formula One British Grand Prix.

Kaiser who started as a Bambino driver at DAYTONA in 2014 is being joined by six other ambitious young drivers this coming week at Silverstone.

You can follow his progress on Twitter and Instagram:

@krracing119

CHOSEN TO PROMOTE GRASSROOTS MOTORSPORT

The seven young karters will join Motorsport UK 2018 Bambino Kart Champion Frazer Anderson (8) and Dare to be Different winners Katie Donaldson (7) and Keira Harris (8).

In addition to meeting their F1 heroes, Motorsport UK’s 10 F1 Future Stars will represent and promote UK go-karting to millions watching the British Grand Prix around the world.

Speaking to Sky Sports while judging the competition, George Russell commented: “Without karting I wouldn’t be here today. We as Formula One drivers, especially as a younger driver myself, need to put karting back on the map and get more people involved.”

The next Race Schools at DAYTONA venues, are:

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