Antonella Basani and Julia Ayub on FIA Girls Track – Rising Sun. will represent Brazil again

Antonella Bassani e Júlia Ayoub representarão o Brasil novamente no FIA Girls on Track - Rising Sun

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By Andre Krugero

Concordion was highlighted last year, when she was among the four finalists

The second edition of FIA Girls on Track – Rising Stars will again feature two Brazilian women, Antonella Bassani and Julia Ayub and has already begun, after the FIA ​​received entries from 71 representatives nominated by national motorsport federations around the world.

This year the program was expanded and, in collaboration with the Ferrari Drivers’ Academy, there will now be a split between juniors and seniors according to the age of registered drivers.

As of 2020, ASNs were invited by the FIA ​​to nominate their most talented CART drivers between these two categories. After receiving names from 28 countries, the FIA ​​women in the Motorsport Commission’s Detection Cell selected 28, 14 in each division, and were then invited by Paul Ricard for a three-day shoot-out between 21 and 23 October at the circuit. Will go , in France.

In this phase eight juniors and eight seniors will be selected to participate in separate training with CART and Formula 4. Four in each of these categories will go on to the finals and take part in the deciding moments.

The junior winner will participate in a season in international karting with financial support from the Ferrari Drivers’ Academy, while the senior winner will have the opportunity to repeat Maya Weig, who won the Formula 4 season last year as a prize.

And, after appearing last year, when they were among the four finalists, Brazilians Antonella Basani and Julia Ayub will once again appear in FIA Girls on Track.

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Check out participants:

Junior (Born between 04/01/2007 and 12/31/2010)

Alexia Danielson – Sweden

Alice Stolsermann – Latvian

Chiara Buttigieg – Switzerland

Ivana Richards – Mexico

Kiana Naude – Switzerland

Laura Bubenova — Slovakia

Maria Germano Neto – Portugal

Marie Levula – Finland

Mila Sjöjstrand – Sweden

Nea Kytölä – Finland

Sky Parker – United Kingdom

Taya van der Laan – South Africa

Victoria Kuleza – Polnia

Yinthe de Smet – Belgium

Sr. (Born between 01/01/2005 and 03/31/2007)

Ada Turpenin – Finland

Antonella Bassani – Brazil

Bianca Bustamante – Philippines

Clarissa Dervik – Spain

Ella Stevens – United Kingdom

Emma Vigroth – Sweden

Jessica Edgar – United Kingdom

Julia Ayub – Brazil

Kinga Wójcik – Polônia

Laura Camp Torres – Spain

Matilde Magalhos – Portugal

Siri Hockfelt – Sweden

Tania Cirelli – France

Victoria Blokhina – Russia

Source: Kart Motor Portal | Erno Dremer – with information from the FIA

About the author: Sarah Gracie

Sarahis a reporter covering Amazon. She previously covered tech and transportation, and she broke stories on Uber's finances, self-driving car program, and cultural crisis. Before that, she covered cybersecurity in finance. Sarah's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Politico, and the Houston Chronicle.

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