Spanish single-seater team Drivex School has revealed the new white-and-grey livery, with red detailing, that will be used on the Dallara 320s cars it will race in Euroformula this season.
Drivex will utilise HWA power and Michelin rubber for both of the lightweight halo-shod Dallara 320 chassis it plans to run this year, with Spanish Formula 4 runner-up Glenn van Berlo already confirmed in one car and another rookie driver close to being signed to race the second. The squad has good form with new talents, having taken two drivers to rookie titles in the championship.
Team boss Miguel Ángel De Castro said: “We are anxious to get back to racing, as everything is going back to normal little by little. Drivex hasn’t stopped working at home during the current harsh times and we remained in contact with our drivers to properly prepare for the season opener in summer. We have a renewed spirit for the 2020 season and that’s why we decided to introduce a brand-new livery. We achieved many successes last year but Drivex is clearly going from strength to strength for 2020.”
Dutch teenager Glenn van Berlo is also excited for the season ahead: “Finally I have already started working [at the team simulator] in the last few days. In the meantime I continued preparing myself watching on-board videos everyday. Besides, I also watched all Euroformula races over the last three or four seasons. Physically training is also extremely important. From [April] onwards, I have kept training and made a lot of steps in the right direction in the last period. Now you can train consistently on a daily basis. I have also improved the mental aspect in this period.I’m also interested in the technical aspect. Because the Dallara car is quite technically advanced. It’s important to have a good knowledge about the car as a racing driver because it’s easier to communicate with your engineers well. Besides, I have always liked this technical aspect.”