Yesterday the last day of Red Bull 21 talent search, their scouts are evaluating hopefuls in Shah Alam at the fifth talent search roadshow.
Drivers aged 16 to 21 were welcomed to show their skills for evaluation and in the end 926 people put themselves through the test.
Those selected from the crowd will get a chacne to drive in the Sepang 1000km endurance race.
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RB 21 DRIVER SEARCH ROADSHOW SWEEPS THROUGH ITS FINAL LOCATION – SHAH ALAM!
SHAH ALAM, 3 DECEMBER 2010 - The RB21 Driver Search (RB21) swept through its fifth & final roadshow venue at Shah Alam today in its aim to find aspiring, up-and-coming Malaysian driving talent and help them break into the professional racing scene. A total of 926 motorsports enthusiast between 16 to 21 years of age made their way to the roadshow to put themselves to test.
Present at this nationwide search were Mr Kenvin Low, Chief Trainer of Asia Advanced Driving Academy (AADA) and other accomplished trainers appointed by Red Bull Malaysia to assess the abilities and strength of the hopeful applicants. In line with Red Bull’s commitment to the motorsports scene, winners of the search will be given the opportunity of a lifetime to be trained and groomed extensively under the trustee leadership of Kenvin Low in preparation for one of the highly anticipated endurance race, Sepang 1000KM.
“It’s not just a pleasure but an honour to be on this nationwide roadshow in search of Malaysia’s first under 21 racing team,” says Kenvin. “I’m more than happy to be part of such initiatives for the third consecutive time and looking forward to the exhilarating experience. This programme initiated by Red Bull has opened up more opportunities for the younger generation to be part of the professional motorsports training and subsequently take part in notable races.”