“I am incredibly happy to join the Mercedes-AMG F1 Team Junior Programme and represent Mercedes in the PREMA Team for F1 Academy this year," she said.
"A new chapter begins, and I am proud to make this next step in such a prestigious team and with the Iron Dames project. I am grateful for their trust and honoured to race for their colours.
"Moving into single seater was a clear objective for my career, and to be in this environment is a great approach. I am working very hard to reach the top level of this sport and I cannot wait to go racing.”
Prema team principal Rene Rosin said on the arrival of Pin: "We are absolutely thrilled to support Doriane's 2024 challenge.
"We were really impressed by her in our WEC campaign together and we are definitely looking forward to seeing her make even more progress in single-seaters.
"We think she has outstanding potential and that, with the support of the Mercedes-AMG F1 Team Junior Programme, she will be able to fully use it to continue making strides in F1 Academy too."
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