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Re: Ticktum joins Williams Racing Driver Academy
Posted by: Ihminen
Date: 17/12/2019 11:30
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Claire Williams, Deputy Team Principal, commented; “I am delighted that Dan, another exciting young British talent, has joined the Williams Racing Driver Academy. His ability behind the wheel has been demonstrated with back-to-back successes at the prestigious Macau Grand Prix in 2017 and 2018. Dan’s technical expertise will prove invaluable to the team and we are looking forward to helping him grow and develop in 2020.”

Perhaps she forgot to add a few bits:

- purposely crashes into rival and receives two year ban in F4

- accusing Schumacher and PREMA of cheating in F3

- blames everyone but himself for failing in Asia F3 Winter Series and has trouble with his Super Formula team

- after crumbling in late 2018 in his F3 title chase (including his breakdown of him accusing Prema of cheating, his girlfriend praising his big dick (and him supporting that)

- he went to that asian F3 series and only got underwhelming results

- he started the 2019 Super Formula season and lasted 3 races with underwhelming results (having also raced in the last week-end of 2018 and scoring 0 point)

- he then did a few races in Formula Regional European Championship where every race included 12-14 cars and got two podiums and midfields results, beaten by the like of David Schumacher (son of Ralf), Enzo Fittipaldi (grandson of Emerson) who so far haven't shown anything spectacular in their junior career

- he tried Macau for a third time, qualified 13 behind one of his teammate, didn't finish the quali race, finished 13th while teammate above, Logan Sargeant finished 3rd

edit: I just looked at our social media. Dear God.

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