RECENTLY-CROWNED German Formula Three champion, Norberto Fontana, will add experience and excitement to next month's Macau Grand Prix as he becomes part of a three-car challenge from local brewers San Miguel. Fontana, who will be driving a Dallara-Opel for the Kaufamann Motor Sport team, joins San Miguel pairing Ralph Firman and Helio Castro Neves, second and third respectively in this year's British Formula Three Championship, for the Macau race. Twenty-year-old Fontana is widely tipped to be the next successful Argentine Grand Prix driver hoping to follow in the footsteps of Carlos Reutemann and the late great Juan Manuel Fangio, the former five time world champion who passed away earlier this year. Fontana completed last year's circuit in Macau with a fair degree of success and is tipped to snatch this year's Macau Grand Prix title with his swashbuckling skills which saw him dominate the German Formula Three Championship. 'Norberto Fontana is an outstanding talent. We are delighted to have him as part of our team,' said Stuart McGregor, managing director of San Miguel Brewery (HK) Ltd. 'A sponsorship opportunity presented itself and we decided to strengthen our challenge for this year's Macau Grand Prix.' San Miguel made a memorable debut in the Guia race last year when they swept to a 1-2 victory but McGregor said his company felt they needed to move up to a bigger challenge. 'We'd like to move up to other races beyond touring cars and the Macau Grand Prix is a Formula Three race,' he said. 'For San Miguel to have the winner of the German Championship and runners-up of the British leads me to believe we have a winning combination in Fontana, Firman and Castro Neves for this year's race.' Briton Firman and Brazilian Castro Neves will be representing the crack Paul Stewart Racing team. The two talented drivers, who are both just 20 years old and will each drive a Dallara-Mugen car, have both won rounds of the British Formula Three series this year. Firman took the opening two races in March this year while Castro Neves, who finished second last year in the Brazilian Formula Three championship, waited until round five at Donington Park at the end of April to snatch his first victory of the year. Paul Stewart Racing are no strangers to Macau Grand Prix races and are considered one of the leading Formula Three teams. They narrowly missed a fourth consecutive British title this season. Among the celebrated drivers who have driven for Paul Stewart Racing is Scotland's David Coulthard, winner of the Macau Grand Prix in 1991 and now one of the hottest properties in Formula One.