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Inside the racing university moulding F1 drivers and engineers alike

There’s a team which many senior figures in
motor racing believe is good enough to join the Formula 1 grid, but it’s not Andretti. OLEG KARPOV went to meet the organisation which has been shaping world champions for 40 years…

There are trophies all over the place. Shelves, cupboards, window sills and even tool racks
are littered with gongs and commendations of various sizes and shapes. Prema people joke
that soon they will be propping up doors with them. Not only is the current building unable
to accommodate all the team’s equipment and
all its staff, but also the prizes.

“To be honest, I have a bit of a problem with that, I still have to find the time to organise my own cabinet.” Prema boss Rene Rosin welcomes GP Racing to his office at the team’s base in Grisignano di Zocco in northern Italy, some
50 kilometres from Venice.

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