Tatiana Calderon will continue to compete in Super Formula


Tatiana Calderon can be considered one of the most experienced racers participating in international competitions: she competed in European Formula 3, GP3 and F2 series, and last year made her debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the LMP2 class as part of the women’s crew of the Richard team Mille Racing. She also collaborated with the Sauber / Alfa Romeo team as a test driver since 2018.

In 2020, Calderon held several races in the Japanese Super Formula championship, but without much success. On the eve of the 27-year-old Colombian announced that her plans for the upcoming season are again associated with this series.

Tatiana Calderon: “I am delighted to be able to return to Japan in 2021 and compete in Super Formula for my ThreeBond Drago team, which I already consider to be a part of my family.

I really enjoyed last year’s Japanese adventure, I got to know the team and feel that during the season we have made significant progress both in working with the car and in terms of piloting and understanding the characteristics of this racing category. Therefore, I really want to come back and continue the work started last year. “

The Super Formula season kicks off the first weekend of April at Fuji Speedway.


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