The Formula 3 drivers in the European series are ready for the Norisring challenge in Nuremberg, Germany.
At the 4.326 kilometres long Red Bull Ring in Styria, Swede Felix Rosenqvist wrote history by winning three races in a row.
At the finish, the 21-year old Swede Felix Rosenqvist was 14.306 seconds clear of Daniil Kvyat (Carlin), who had started from pole position.
Felix Rosenqvist with a lot of unfinished business on the Red Bull Ring.
Raffaele Marciello: "Unfortunately Brands Hatch weekend concluded with a disappointment due to the disqualification in Race 3, but this can happen when one works so intensely."
Interesting outcome of the final race on the Brands Hatch circuit for the FIA European F3 Championship!
Prema Powerteam British racer Alex Lynn pulled a triple today at the Brands Hatch short circuit by scoring the pole position for all three races.
Felix Rosenqvist as one out of the four drivers for kfzteile24 Mücke Motorsport is on second position at the driver’s ranking of the European Championship.
The second stop for the FIA Formula 3 European Championship will be on the 1,929 kilometres Brands Hatch circuit. the lap record set last year is held by Raffaele Marciello who is the current points leader.
Red Bull junior driver Kvyat surprises again this weekend at Hockenheimring
The final race of the three races for the FIA F3 European Championship on the Hockenheimring was filled with surprises including the winner!
With his fourth season victory, Marciello extended his lead in the drivers’ standings to 57.5 points.
FIA Formula 3 European Championship for the first time on German soil
Marciello left the historic circuit in Silverstone with the championship points lead despite the weather. Soon the F3 drives will contest the famous Hockenheimring!
With his third victory of the season, Marciello extended his lead in the drivers’ standings to 36.5 points, Rosenqvist is second.
The second race of the weekend on the historic Silverstone circuit was action-packed with the drivers chasing for the gold.
The 21-year-old driver Harry Tincknell made no mistakes and did not give Alex Lynn a chance for a successful attack in the first race of the weekend.