So he’s now tested at Sebring, Homestead (oval) and NOLA Motorsports Park with the Schmidt-Peterson team. Razia did say back in January that he considered Lights a valid option, it seems all but confirmed now.
An interesting twist in his career after being dropped by Marussia for lack of $$$.
@wsrgo Sounds like someone who knows the deal is done couldn’t resist putting it on Wikipedia then.. unless it’s just someone with wishful thinking! It’s gone when I looked..
@jb001 – indeed, I think Razia would have done better than Chilton. Bianchi/Razia would have been a stronger line-up, but if it brought in less sponsor money then probably not better for Marussia as a whole..
They’re still using the manual shifter too (as do Pro Mazda and USF2000 cars). Of course with less or no run-off than European tracks, mistakes are punished quite heavily. Esteban Guerrieri found this out the hard way in his 2011 campaign (despite being a Formula Renault 3.5 title contender the year before).