JULY 31, 2002
Sullivan gives more details of Red Bull F1 Driver Search
Danny Sullivan has unveiled more about his Red Bull F1 Driver Search. The program will be announced during the United States Grand Prix weekend at Indianapolis in late September and the following day the 15-20 candidates chosen will spend the day at the National Institute for Fitness and Sports in Indianapolis, where they will undergo a rigorous fitness check under the scrutiny of fitness expert Jim Landis. They will then be flown to Europe for a test and afterwards up to four will be chosen to be part of the 2003 program.
Landis is a well-known fitness trainer in the United States, specializing in sports. Amongst the athletes he has advised are Emerson Fittipaldi. The Institute is a non-profit health, physical fitness and athletic-performance research center established in Indianapolis in 1985.
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