Arden confirms Niederhauser and Visoiu for 2014 GP3 season

Visoiu continues with Arden for 2014 GP3 season; Patric Niederhauser joins Arden.

Arden confirms Niederhauser and Visoiu for 2014 GP3 season

Arden’s GP3 team are pleased to confirm Robert Visoiu will continue with the team in the challenge for the 2014 Championship and GP3 race winner Patric Niederhauser joins the team.

Robert Visoiu (17) will spend his third year in GP3 Series with the Banbury based team, building on the established relationship and successes achieved with Arden in 2013. Robert finished tenth in his sophomore year with Arden with two race wins on his rostra.

Patric Niederhauser has two years GP3 Series experience in his tenure, securing two race wins, in Valencia and Hockenheim and six podiums. His faultless performance during end of season testing proved that he would be an asset to the team for the upcoming season.

Julian Rouse "It’s great to have Robert with us again in 2014 , he worked well with everyone in 2013 and we achieved some good results including 2 races wins. Now having worked together for a season and knowing how to get the best out of Robert we are sure he will be able to push forward and challenge for more regular podiums and wins. He is very strong in the race conditions and if we continue to develop his qualifying pace he will be a very strong competitor in GP3 this season."

“Patric is a proven race winner in GP3 and working with him in Abu Dhabi in November highlighted to everyone at Arden that he has what it takes to challenge for the championship in 2014. Even though we only worked together for one day during the testing the relationship between Patric and the team was very strong and now we need to focus on developing this further in the pre- season testing."

Robert Visoiu "I am looking forward to an exciting 2014 season in the GP3. I feel I've learned a lot during the previous year and now I am ready to step up to a more consistent evolution. Arden plays a key role in my development and I am confident that with their help I will be able to reach my goals. It will be the first time I get the chance to race the same car in two consecutive seasons and that makes me feel very positive about 2014!"

Patric Niederhauser
“After a great post-season test day in Abu Dhabi I am extremely happy to drive for Arden International in the GP3 Series 2014. It will be my third year in GP3 so my goal is to fight for the Championship. It will be an immense pleasure to work with them and I’m looking forward to a new chapter in my career.”

Arden International

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