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BENJAMIN GOETHE BECOMES MCLAREN JUNIOR PRO DRIVER

Reigning Fanatec GT Europe Silver Cup champion Benjamin Goethe joins the McLaren Junior Pro Driver programme for the 2023 season.

McLaren Motorsport launched a new initiative for the 2023 season onwards, the McLaren Junior Pro Driver category. Benjamin is one of the first drivers to join the programme, enjoying the support of one of the most iconic brands in motorsport history, under the tutelage of its Factory Drivers. 

Benjamin Goethe,McLaren Junior Pro Driver

“I’m very excited to announce that I am joining the McLaren Junior Pro Driver programme this season. It’s a fantastic opportunity for me to be supported by such an iconic brand. I’d like to thank everyone who has helped me to get to this stage. It’s going to be an amazing year with McLaren and Garage 59 and I am thrilled about this new challenge!”

Ian Morgan, Director of Motorsport, McLaren Automotive

“I’m delighted to welcome Benjamin to the McLaren family. He is an exciting future prospect and we are really looking forward to seeing how he progresses through 2023.”

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