Heinz-Harald Frentzen will be the drivers’ representative on the stewards’ panel for this weekend’s European Grand Prix.
Frentzen raced in F1 from 1994 to 2003, starting 156 races for Sauber, Williams, Jordan (twice), Prost and Arrows.
The German driver entered F1 having been on Mercedes’ young driver programme with Michael Schumacher and Karl Wendlinger.
After F1 he raced in the DTM from 2004 to 2006. His last major competitive outings were two years ago, when he drove an Aston Martin in the Le Mans 24 Hours and drove in the now-defunct Speedcar series.
The other three stewards this weekend are Gerd Enser (board member of the German motor club ADAC), Radovan Novak (FIA World Motor Sports Council member) and Vidal Perucho (Director of the Jarama circuit and member of the FIA commissions for cross country rallying and truck racing).
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