Sandy Intensifies efforts to reach Formula 1

The Thai racing driver, Sandy Kraokaew Stuvik will combine forces with highly successful Trident Motorsport for the 2016 GP3 Series. Trident dominated the first half of the 2015 GP3 Series with Luca Ghiotto, who remained a prominent front-runner throughout the season scoring 5 pole positions and 5 race wins, on his way to just narrowly missing out on the Driver’s Championship.

“I’m very glad to be joining Trident Motorsport for my second season in GP3. After their success last year, I’m sure that they will carry this momentum into 2016. Furthermore, I’m glad to be ‘reunited’ with my teammate Artur Janosz, as we competed together in what was a very fruitful 2014 Euroformula Open season. We have a great on and off track relationship and I’m sure that we can benefit one another again this season. In addition to this, as I am based in Italy, I will be much closer to the team, which can only help,” explains Sandy.

The off-season is a very long and often quite boring time for all the drivers, but Sandy has been pushing all the buttons to make sure that he is fully prepared for another battle in 2016. “I feel fitter than ever thanks to all the winter training in Thailand, and it’ll be even better when I get back to Italy and resume my intensified training program with Shape Driver in Tuscany. We’re making sure that we have every advantage in our hands and I’m eager to get back in the car.”

After what was a tough but character-building 2015 season, Sandy knows that he must make this season count. “The experience I gained in 2015 will be crucial for this season. After learning so much about the GP3 car I am ready for the challenge of setting up the new GP3/16 with my engineers at Trident Motorsport. I’m forever thankful to my sponsors Singha Corporation, The Pizza Company, Dacon Inspection Services, the Tourism Authority of Thailand, the Sports Authority of Thailand, and the Royal Automobile Association of Thailand for having faith in me and supporting me to compete another season in what will be one of the most competitive categories below Formula 1.”

“I would like to thank all my supporters and I will do everything I can to get the Thai flag and anthem back on the top step of the podium where it belongs!”

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