Which of the young riders will be held in F-1 in 2019?March 6, 2019
To get a superlicense and go to Formula 1, pilots need to accumulate a certain number of points. This rule has been in effect since 2016.
So, to get the coveted superlicense, which every young driver probably dreams of, he needs to score at least 40 points during three seasons. Then he can take part in the Grand Prix of the Royal races. And for each category, the accrual scheme is different.
This season, three pilots have already debuted, scoring a sufficient number of points. This is George Russell (Williams) – 90, Lando Norris (McLaren) – 84 and Alex Elbon (Toro Rosso) – 63.
Another five also have 40 or more points: Artem Markelov (62), Maximilian Günther (45), Nick de Virs (44), Mick Schumacher (42) and Luca Giotto (40).
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