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This won’t be just any old Thursday morning!
Get off the starting grid in style … grab yourself a coffee and start your day in Monaco (virtually, of course).
Following a welcome from Team Principal, Frédéric Vasseur, you will be taken on tour of the Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN team paddock, through the garage, the pit and beyond. This is an exclusive opportunity to get behind the scenes access not available to the general public.
You will also have the opportunity to interact live with drivers, Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi in a live broadcast Q&A.
If you have questions you’d like to ask Kimi and Giovi, please submit them using the form on this page.
Because of the exclusive nature of this event, we will not be recording or distributing the content after the event.
Kimi Raikkonen #7
Kimi, nicknamed “Iceman”, won the 2007 FIA Formula One World Championship, in his first season at Scuderia Ferrari. After nine seasons racing in Formula One, he competed in the World Rally Championship in 2010 and 2011 before returning to Formula One in 2012. Besides his title, Räikkönen also finished second overall in 2003 and 2005 and third in 2008, 2012 and 2018. As of the 2021 season, Räikkönen has won 21 Grands Prix, making him the Finnish Formula One driver with the most race wins and, with 329 starts, the most experienced driver in the history of Formula One. He is the only driver to take a race win in the V10, V8 and the hybrid V6 engine eras.
Antonio Giovinazzi #99
Antonio Giovinazzi, nicknamed “Giovi”, is the latest talent hailing from Italy. The 2015 FIA Formula 3 European Championship runner-up, he raced with Prema in the 2016 International GP2 Series, again finishing runner-up with five wins and eight overall podiums. His performances earned him a role as third driver for Scuderia Ferrari in Formula One in 2017. In 2019, Antonio became the first Italian driver to compete in a full Formula One season in eight years.
Robert Kubica holds the honour of being the first, and so far only, Formula One driver from Poland, a country where he enjoys an incredible level of support. A promising driver from an early age, he made his first appearance in Hinwil as test driver for the BMW Sauber team in 2006. Later that year, he stood in to replace an indisposed Jacques Villeneuve and retained the seat for the remainder of the season, after the Canadian’s departure from the team.
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