This weekend, the Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg hosts the finale of the DTM season. The race series Audi Sport TT Cup and Formula 3 Euro Series and FIA Formula 3 European Championship that mostly are held in the DTM support programme are very popular with the motor-racing enthusiasts.
An enthusiasm that is justified. After all, the grids of these young-driver series feature quite a number of up-and-coming talents that already gained a good reputation.
In the Audi Sport TT Cup, for instance, Poland’s racing driver Gosia Rdest has been causing a stir since she joined the series in 2015. She often beats the majority of her male rivals and impresses in particular with her consistency. In her first Audi Sport TT Cup season she was one of only four drivers that scored in every race and in 2016, the 24-year old nearly repeated this feat by making it to the points in 13 of the 14 races. She simultaneously races in the ADAC TCR Germany and also does it with an Audi.
In her home country, Poland, she already is a real star and enjoys the support of a broad fan base. Furthermore, rookie Fabian Vettel, the brother of four-timeF1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel, also makes his first steps in the Audi Sport TT Cup.
Another well-known name in the motor-racing world is Schumacher, in this case Mick Schumacher. The son of seven-time F1 World Champion Michael Schumacher contests his rookie season in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship with the support of RAVENOL for Prema Powerteam and holds 11th position in the championship, prior to the season finale.
Numerous teams, organisers and circuits worldwide identify with RAVENOL - Today, the extensive motor-racing involvement of RAVENOL comprises more than 100 race series worldwide.