Warwick named as Monza driver steward
3 September 2014 – Derwick Warwick will be the FIA's driver steward at the Italian Grand Prix this weekend.
Warwick, who also performed the role earlier this season in Monaco and Bahrain, will be carrying out the task for the 13th time in total.
The 60-year-old joins Paul Gutjahr and Radovan Novak on the panel for the final European race of the season.
Warwick, who has been President of the British Racing Drivers' Club since 2011, made almost 150 Formula 1 appearances during his stint at the pinnacle of the sport from 1981 to 1993, racing for Toleman, Renault, Brabham, Arrows and Lotus. He scored 71 points and achieved four podium finishes, with two fastest laps.
He was also the World Sportscar Champion in 1992, driving for Peugeot and won Le Mans in the same year.