Formula Master to increase test-drive prizes
The International Formula Master championship will offer a revised package of test prizes to its most successful drivers this season.
The series champion will receive a GP2 test with French team DAMS, which has run 2007 IFM champion Jerome D'Ambrosio in both the Asia and main series for the last two years.
Last season's IFM champion, Chris van der Drift, raced for Trident in the winter series this year following his prize test with the team at the end of last season.
The highest-placed rookie in this year's IFM standings will receive an Indy Lights test with Sam Schmidt Motorsport. Last season's top rookie Fabio Leimer sampled the 3.5-liter V8 at Kentucky last year.
At least one IFM driver will also receive a World Touring Car test in an RML Chevrolet Cruze.
The top three drivers in this year's championship will also spend a day in the Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team's simulator.