Where are the teams with their obligation to run rookies in EL1?

With the confirmed presence of Jack Doohan, Oliver Bearman and Franco Colapinto in EL1 at Silverstone, where are the ten teams with their obligation to have rookies participate in at least two Free Practice sessions in 2024?

Published on 03/07/2024 à 14:41

Dorian Grangier

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Where are the teams with their obligation to run rookies in EL1?

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Since 2024, each team is required to have young drivers participate in at least two Free Practice sessions (one per car) on Friday morning. To be considered a “young driver”, the rookie must not have participated in more than two World Championship races. F1 during his career.

At Silverstone, four rookies will take part in Free Practice 1 of the British Grand Prix: Oliver Bearman with Haas, Jack Doohan with Alpine – the only two teams to have already respected the obligation of the two test sessions – Isack Hadjar with Red Bull et Franco Colapinto with Williams. The Argentinian will take part in his first official session in Formula 1.

F1 – Rookies present at EL1 in 2024

Red Bull – 1/2
Car #1 (Max Verstappen): /
Car #2 (Sergio Pérez): Isack Hadjar in Great Britain
Mercedes - 0 / 2
Car #1 (Lewis Hamilton): /
Car #2 (George Russell): /
Ferrari - 0 / 2
Car #1 (Charles Leclerc): /
Car #2 (Carlos Sainz): /
McLaren - 0 / 2
Car #1 (Lando Norris): /
Car #2 (Oscar piastri): /
Aston Martin - 0 / 2
Car #1 (Fernando Alonso): /
Car #2 (Lance stroll): /
Alpine - 2 / 2 
Car #1 (Esteban Ocon): Jack Doohan in Canada
Car #2 (Pierre Gasly): Jack Doohan in Great Britain
Williams - 1 / 2 
Car #1 (Alexander albon): /
Car #2 (Logan sargeant): Franco Colapinto in Great Britain
Racing Bulls – 1/2 
Car #1 (Yuki tsunoda): /
Car #2 (Daniel Ricciardo): Ayumu Iwasa in Japan
Sauber – 0/2
Car #1 (Valtteri Bottas): /
Car #2 (Guanyu-Zhou): /
Haas – 3/2
Car #1 (Kevin Magnussen): Oliver Bearman in Emilia-Romagna and Great Britain
Car #2 (Nico Hulkenberg): Oliver Bearman in Spain

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Dorian Grangier

A young journalist nostalgic for the motorsport of yesteryear. Raised on the exploits of Sébastien Loeb and Fernando Alonso.

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Yves-Henri RANDIER

03/07/2024 at 07:21 a.m.

The "Budget Cap" has definitely got the better of the private tests which allow hopefuls to discover F1 and cut their teeth and these obligatory Rookie tests are a bit of a huge hoax, especially when we look at the insignificant number of young drivers. promoted to F1! Come on, I'm betting for 2025 with Lawson at Ridiculous Bulls, Bearman at Haas, Doohan at Alpine and Hadjar as a reserve at Red Bull


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