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Kingston, March 11 – The Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, the Honourable Olivia Grange, has said that race car driver Sara Misir, has made Jamaica proud by “her fantastic performance” which has qualified her as one of the top four drivers for the Formula Woman team that will compete in the GT Cup Championships for 2022.

Sara was selected to participate in the Formula Woman final from a field of almost 10,000 applicants. Her last qualification event was ice driving in Sweden on March 10 from which she emerged as one of the four fastest times among the final eleven.

The finalists were tested on speed, mental performance, fitness and technical knowledge related to motorsport. The four and two reserve drivers will now train with the Mclaren GT4 team starting on Monday, March 14. The 2022 GT Cup Championships start on April 9 at Donington Park National in the United Kingdom.

Minister Grange said, “Sara has demonstrated the skills, determination and tenacity that have resulted in her creating history by becoming the Caribbean’s first Formula Woman finalist. “She has joined that group of sportsmen and women flying the Jamaican flag high.

“I had expressed to Sara when she paid me a visit recently that I was confident that she would make the top four. I predicted correctly. Today Jamaica is cheering her on her accomplishment of that feat.

Source Hon.Olivia Grange

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