Infinity Sports Management is pleased to announce Gianmarco Pradel’s signing with the agency and return to the 2024 Formula Winter Series, Italian F4, and Euro 4 Championships with US Racing.
The Australian teen returns to Europe for a second season after his contention in the 2023 Formula Winter Series, FIA Italian F4, and Euro 4 Championships. Securing the runner-up position in the 2023 Formula Winter Series with US Racing and with the support of Infinity Sports Management, all parties aim for a successful start to the year at round one this weekend in Jerez.
Following his journey with US Racing so far, Pradel expressed enthusiasm for the upcoming season saying, “I am super excited that I will race again with US Racing [for] 2024. My rookie season and first year in Europe was a great experience, I was able to learn a lot and grow as a professional driver.
“I know my strengths and weaknesses and want to implement all the development work from the past year. I am looking very much forward to the first race next week in Jerez as part of the FWS”.
Infinity Sports Management manages, mentors, and develops driving talent. Working seamlessly with drivers to extract every inch of mental and physical performance, Infinity places strong talent in the best environment to maximise their potential.
“We are excited to welcome Gianmarco to the Infinity Sports Management family," said Struan Moore of Infinity Sports Management.
"Gianmarco is a talented young driver, and we believe his commitment to developing throughout 2023 is clear to see. We’re all excited to see him on the grid, challenging for wins, podiums, and, overall, a strong season.”
Gianmarco Pradel’s 2024 season will get underway this weekend (8th-11th February 2024) at the Formula Winter Series’ first round in Jerez. The calendar features 4 rounds of 3 races each, visiting Jerez, Valencia, Aragón, and Barcelona.
Both the FIA Italian F4 and Euro 4 Championships will host 10 events staged at renowned Grand Prix circuits with 30 races total. They will contest Misano, Imola, Vallelunga, Mugello, and Monza in Italy and Paul Ricard, Barcelona, and Red Bull Ring in Austria.