Single-seater formulae fans prepare to live this weekend one of the most-awaited moments of each season: the prestigious Macau GP is holding its 70th running, hosting back F.3 cars after the four-year hiatus imposed by the pandemic and its consequences.
Euroformula Open drivers will have a strong presence, with no less than seven former and current drivers being part of the grid. The delegation is led by the 2023 champion Noel León, racing for VAR, and his predecessor Oliver Goethe (Campos Racing), recently recruited into the Red Bull Racing young driver programme.
The other EF alumni present are Zane Malroney (Rodin Carlin), Christian Mansell (ART GP), Charlie Wurz (Jenzer Motorsport), Denis Hauger (MP Motorsport) and Roman Stanek (Trident Motorsport).
They EFO best performers at Macau, so far, is Ferdinand Habsburg, who came fourth in 2017 despite a contact at last corner when fighting for victory.