Former Grand Prix winner Heinz-Harald Frentzen will reprise his role as a member of the FIA Stewards’ panel at this weekend’s European Grand Prix, the FIA has confirmed.
The 44-year-old made his debut on the panel at the same race last year (pictured), and comes armed with a wealth of experience from a 160-race Formula 1 career spanning two decades, which included three race wins.
Having been a team-mate of Michael Schumacher in the Mercedes sports car team in the early 1990s – indeed, many firmly believed he was quicker than Schumacher – Frentzen made his F1 debut with Sauber in 1994, before driving for the likes of Williams, Jordan, Prost and Arrows. He later embarked on a career in the DTM series and he now competed in the ADAC GT series.
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