Sebastian Montoya – the son of seven-time F1 winner Juan Pablo Montoya – has joined Crimson Bull’s Junior Staff forward of the 2023 season.
Montoya, who rose by the karting ranks in America, made his single-seater debut in 2020, racing within the ADAC Components 4 and Italian Components 4 championships with front-running Italian outfit Prema.
He contested each sequence once more in 2021 and completed fourth general in Italian F4 and ninth in ADAC F4.
Final 12 months, the 17-year-old hopeful competed within the Asian and European Components Regional classes, and in chosen LMP2 outings within the IMSA SportsCar Championship alongside father Juan Pablo.
He additionally loved a points-scoring look in a spherical of the FIA Components 3 Championship at Zandvoort, his solely participation within the sequence.
Montoya was already a Crimson Bull athlete however the vitality drink has now expanded its help to incorporate the younger in its junior driver programme.
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Over the subsequent two months, Montoya is about to participate within the Components Regional Center East Championship with Hitech.
“Excited to announce I’m now a part of the Crimson Bull’s Official Junior Staff,” he introduced on Instagram.
“This previous 12 months, I grew to become a part of the model’s athletes and now we are going to work collectively for the final word aim: F1.”
Montoya is the third latest addition to Crimson Bull’s junior staff, alongside 2022 F3 runner-up Zane Maloney and Enzo Fittipaldi.
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