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Alfa Romeo’s Tatiana Calderon will become the first-ever female driver to race in the Japanese Super Formula series.
Tatiana Calderon’s climb up the racing ladder has continued after she secured an F2 drive with Arden Motorsport.
Sauber test driver, Tatiana Calderon, has built up more valuable experience over the weekend, completing 202 laps in two days of testing at Fiorano.
GP3 driver Tatiana Calderon believes that drivers are “obliged” to drive for at least a year in Formula 2 before moving into F1.