Italian racer Luca Ghiotto (#Car15) will be driving for Trident in the 2016 GP2 Series
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Trident is delighted to announce the team’s driver roster for the 2016 GP3 Series season
The line-up will include Antonio Fuoco (#Car5), Artur Janosz (#Car6), Giuliano Alesi (#Car7) and Sandy Stuvik (#Car8). With three experienced racers and a young and talented rookie, the Italian squad is definitely aiming for the championship’s title. A goal that was only missed by a small margin last season.
Rene Binder will complete the Trident line-up for the 2015 GP2 Championship.
The 23-year-old Austrian, at his third year in the series, will be driving the team’s #12 car. Rene, who already worked with the Italian squad during the postseason GP2 test held last November in Abu Dhabi, is excited for the agreement reached with Trident, and is already looking forward to provide a strong contribution in achieving the best possible results on-track.
Vicky Piria will be lining-up in the 2012 GP3 Series with Trident Racing.
The team, owned by Maurizio Salvadori, is proud to announce the positive outcome of the talks with the really talented female racer. The Milan-based driver will be running in an highly-international context but in a familiar environment, forming an all-italian combination.
As the GP2 Series feeder championship will be off to its third season.
The team, owned by Maurizio Salvadori, has been looking forward to expand for a while, and after having analyzed the best open-wheel championships in Europe, they opted for the most direct and logical choice for a squad with a successful, longtime experience in the GP2 Series.
Trident Racing is proud to announce the completion of its GP2 Main Series line-up for the upcoming 2011 GP2 seasons.
Monaco-based driver Stefano Coletti, who was signed by Trident Racing last October, will be joined by Venezuelan Rodolfo Gonzalez, who already made his testing debut for the team during last November’s collective sessions at Abu Dhabi.
A chance to aim for the 200.000 euros prize money
Auto GP is pleased to welcome Julian Leal in the Series. The 19 years-old driver from Colombia will be on the championship grid, fielded by Trident Racing, and will contest the whole season, starting in Brno on April 24 and ending in Monza on the 3rd of October.