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LIGHTS TO FLAG: Pedro de la Rosa on his late start in F1, working for Ron Dennis, and his dream of a Spanish F1 team

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Phillip Horton
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Pedro de la Rosa didn’t begin karting until the age of 16 but went on to start more than 100 Grands Prix during a Formula 1 career that spanned over a decade and intertwined race roles with lengthy spells as a highly-rated test driver for top teams like McLaren and Ferrari.

In our latest Lights To Flag feature, De la Rosa reflects on his late start in racing, working for Ron Dennis, losing out to a young Lewis Hamilton, and pursuing his dream of a Spanish F1 team…



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