Jake Dennis to make Formula 1 debut at Abu Dhabi with Red Bull

The 2023 Constructors Championship winner, Red Bull have had one of the best seasons so far with Max Verstappen winning 15 races already from the 23-race F1 calendar. While the United States Grand Prix brought the 15th win of the season, it was also Verstappen’s 50th Grand Prix win and third in Austin.

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With only four races left for the season to call off the curtains, the Red Bull Racing has decided to let the rookies take the circuit in Abu Dhabi. While all teams are obliged to run a rookie in each car at one FP1 session, this year Jake Dennis and F2 driver Isack Hadjar are said to take over the FP1 session at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi.

The 28-year-old Dennis has been a Red Bull simulator driver since 2018. He finished third in the FIA F3 series in 2015 and was fourth in GP3 in 2016. Denniss also finished third with Andretti Formula E team in 2020-21, which was his first season there.

Talking about Hadjar, the Frenchman will drive AlphaTauri before taking the wheels for Red Bull in Abu Dhabi. The French motorsport racing driver finished fourth in 2022 F3 championship and currently is 14 th  in the F2 standings. Isack has been serving the Red Bull when Liam Lawson wasn’t available. 



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