IFM: ADM Motorsport signs Schraml for new series

ADM Motorsport signs Dominik Schraml ADM Motorsport have signed 19year old Dominik Schraml as their German hopeful for the new International Formula Master. Team principal Renato Melchioretto followed an invitation of his new driver, whose ...

ADM Motorsport signs Dominik Schraml

ADM Motorsport have signed 19year old Dominik Schraml as their German hopeful for the new International Formula Master. Team principal Renato Melchioretto followed an invitation of his new driver, whose sponsor M-Plode organised a short but very stylish driver's presentation at the "Pianeta Birra" in Rimini, the largest European exibition of beer and bevarages, on Saturday afternoon.

"This is a great chance for me", said Schraml, "and I can only thank my sponsors and my new team ADM Motorsport. We have already completed a successful weekend together in October and I immediately felt that this would be my first choice for 2007. Now I can't wait getting into the new car which will be even quicker than a Formula 3."

ADM was impressed with Schraml's Formula 3000 debut in Estoril, especially with his performance in the wet, finishing the race in a well-earned 4th place.

"We are happy to continue this partnership in a series, that will be a new springboard for up-and-coming drivers", added Renato Melchioretto, who will strenghten his team with some of his old friends from Formula 1. "Yes, it's a funny story, but meanwhile we are five members of the former Alfa Romeo operation in Grand Prix Racing: The sporting director, two engineers, two leading mechanics and even the secretary is here. The good old days are a long time ago but don't worry: We are still sharp and ready to go for it and apart from that we do also have a lot of fresh blood in our team."

Until today 12 teams and 28 cars are on the entry list of "International Formula Master" and in the next couple of weeks ADM Motorsport will continue their negotiations with international top drivers. The interest in the series is still growing as Pan-European broadcaster EUROSPORT will broadcast live coverage of all racing events.

-credit: adm

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