Enzo Fittipaldi has announced he has left the Ferrari Driver Academy and will race in Indy Pro 2000 this year in an entry co-run by Andretti Autosport and RP Motorsport.
“I am very happy to announce that I will be racing in the Indy Pro 2000 series for Andretti/RP,” said Fittipaldi.
“With the move to the USA I can no longer continue in the Ferrari Driver Academy. I have no words to say how grateful I am for all the support the FDA has provided me.”
The 19-year-old became a FDA member when he debuted in F4 in 2017, and has recently represented Haas in Formula 1’s Virtual Grand Prix Series alongside his older brother Pietro, who made his F1 debut with the team last year.
“I take all this learning with me and I want to thank each of the Ferrari members for helping me to develop as a driver and as a person.
“Full push in 2021. I am sure this is a step forward to reaching my goal of racing in F1 and IndyCar.”
🇧🇷Estou muito feliz em anunciar minha ida para Indy Pro 2000 com a Andretti/RP. Com a vinda para os EUA, não posso mais continuar na Ferrari Driver Academy. Tenho certeza de que este é um passo adiante no meu sonho de correr na F1 e Indy! pic.twitter.com/ummBLGhrpY
— Enzo Fittipaldi (@enzofitti) February 8, 2021