The BRDC British Formula 3 Championship partnered by Duo heads to Snetterton this weekend (6/7 August) for the penultimate round of the 2016 season, with just 33 points separating the top four drivers in a titanic title battle.
A huge airborne crash involving Carlin’s Ameya Vaidyanathan brought the opening BRDC British Formula 3 race of the weekend at Oulton Park to a halt after just six laps on Saturday (28 May), with Ricky Collard taking the victory and extending his championship lead.
It was a day of fast starts, first-time winners and one very big crash at Rockingham on Sunday (1 May), as Douglas Motorsport’s Thomas Randle and Carlin’s Ricky Collard made up multiple positions into the first corner to take race two and three victory respectively. In the opening race of the day, Double R Racing’s Enzo Bortoleto went end-over-end at Chapman Curve but got out of his car unharmed, a great testament to the strength of the Tatuus chassis.
The BRDC British Formula 3 Championship grid heads to Rockingham this weekend (30 April/1 May) for round three of the 2016 season, as a fascinating title battle continues to develop with Lanan Racing’s Toby Sowery currently heading the standings.
Ricky Collard will race in the 2016 BRDC Formula 4 Championship with Carlin it has been confirmed today (25 February). The 19-year-old graduates from MSA Formula, in which he finished as runner-up last year to his fellow BRDC F4 Carlin team-mate, Lando Norris.