Alessandro Famularo, another Latin American who promises to reach Formula 1 – El Sol de Salamanca

Alessandro Famularo, another Latin American who promises to reach Formula 1 – El Sol de Salamanca

Venezuelan racing driver Alessandro Famularo is very happy to be part of Monza in Italy for Formula 3, being the Italian Grand Prix alongside Formula 1, which is broadcast on ESPN, DAZN, Fox Sports, F1 TV, Sky Sports and Ziggo from September 9 to 11 and the official Jerez test on September 21, 22 and 23, then the season will start in March 2023, the Formula 3 World Championship.

@alessandrofamularo11 revealed that his most important race so far was his participation in 2019 at Circuit Zandvoort, officially Circuit Park Zandvoort, in Formula 4 where he was able to win the race by starting last, because he had a problem motor, but said “Thank God everything went well”.

At just 19, he knows speed is his greatest passion, so he uses it to give his best in every race. “I like speed and that’s what allows me to be myself when I’m racing,” he said.

Alessandro Famularo convinced of reaching Formula 1, but knowing that every step counts to reach the top, he therefore opens paths that will allow him to achieve his goal.

Speaking about his strengths and weaknesses in motorsport, @alessandrofamularo11 commented “my strong point as a driver is overtaking, I’m very good and I like that a lot; while I consider simulators my weakness, they are the ones that cost me the most work”.

Alessandro Famularo pointed out that his ritual before each race is to listen to music, perform stretching exercises, which relax him and take his nerves away.

@alessandrofamularo11 said he trains Monday to Friday for an hour and a half, in addition to being very careful with his diet.

Alessandro Famularo said his racing idol was Sebastian Vettel, a German racing driver who, from the age of 11, was part of the Red Bull Junior team. “Ever since I was little, it caught my attention,” he added.

@alessandrofamularo11 recalled that the challenge he faced in his career was moving from Venezuela to the United States, where he observed that the level is much lower than in Europe.

Finally, Alessandro Famularo advised amateur riders never to give up and always listen to experienced people.

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