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AUSF3: Team BRM Season 2004

January 2004 - Team BRM is proud to confirm that 2003 F3 Rookie of the Year, Karl Reindler, will be staying with Team BRM in 2004 with an all out effort to win the Championship prior to embarking on a career overseas. Reindler's 1st year in...

January 2004 - Team BRM is proud to confirm that 2003 F3 Rookie of the Year, Karl Reindler, will be staying with Team BRM in 2004 with an all out effort to win the Championship prior to embarking on a career overseas.

Reindler's 1st year in F3 during 2003 saw him confirm that he is one of the most exciting young talents in Australian Motorsport with podium finishes at Phillip Island and Winton despite having only ever raced karts.

Another great achievement for Karl was being named as Western Australia's recipient of the Young Talent Award with the prize being a trip to Canberra to train at the Australian Institute of Sport.

Karl's programme will begin with him driving in New Zealand at the Lady Wigram Trophy Race at Ruapuna Raceway, Christchurch. Karl will be driving the car used by Darren Palmer to win this prestigious trophy in 2003.

At this stage the team has sent 3 cars to New Zealand with the Dallara 398 and the teams 2nd Dallara 301 being earmarked for local New Zealand drivers to run with Team BRM.

There is some exciting talent in New Zealand said Bronte Rundle and the Lady Wigram Trophy Race gives them the opportunity to race these international F3 cars as a progression for their future careers.

The team is talking to several New Zealanders about driving for them in 2004.

-brm-

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Series F3
Drivers Phillip Island