Best features of 2012: Frijns becomes a star

Best features of 2012: Frijns becomes a star

Best of 2012: Robin Frijns ended the year as Formula Renault 3.5 champion and Sauber's new F1 reserve. But by July, Glenn Freeman had already been convinced the Dutchman was a star

This year's Formula Renault 3.5 grid is packed with Formula 1 reserve and test drivers. McLaren, Ferrari, Red Bull, Lotus, Mercedes, Force India and Caterham all have drivers on their books racing in the Renault championship this year.

But this weekend, a man without a Formula 1 contract in his pocket will be getting behind the wheel of the 2010 world championship winning Red Bull RB6. And deservedly so.

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