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As of Tuesday morning, all five individuals are reported to have passed the second part of the test – the ‘Tiger Swerve’.
They are now being monitored by an expert driver and will also be fitted with eye-tracking equipment while performing stunts on road courses around Europe.
They are expected to be ready by ne영천출장안마xt week and begin driving at their new company’s debut event.
The company that owns the club, called Road Racing Academy, has also formed a special unit of seven people to monitor the driver while they make their debut.
The team, including the driver, will be monitored by an expert driver. (File picture)
T제천안마 제천출장마사지he drivers will be monitored by a specialist from the team’s Road Racing Academy and trained in the use of the technology.
They will also undergo the same physical exercise as their new team-mates, including running at speed for 20 minutes on a track.
It is understood they could be flying to Germany later this month to take part in the competition.
The test will run from 8am to 6pm and the first-timer faces the prospect of a three- to four-week wait to get on the track.
Mr Breen said: ‘They have completed all the driving test requirements and now, if everything goes to plan, they will drive on stage at the new Road Racing Academy debut event in the UK next week.’
As part of the agreement, Road Racing Academy will give a full licence to the drivers to use the Road점보카지노 Rider car and other race vehicles, according to reports.
It would be their first time driving on UK roads.
The team, founded in the UK by Sir Tim Barrow and Ian White – and includes Sir Alan Hulme, Richard Neave, Tim Hill and James Hunt – was last year named as one of the Top 50 Driver Development Companies in the world by the Automobile Club of Britain.