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Video: Jon Lancaster in huge F3 Euro crash

Jon Lancaster suffered this gigantic crash in the first round of the F3 Euroseries championship today. But the shocking somersault left him with only bruising.
Lancaster hit the rear of Jean Karl Vernay’s car and flipped end-over-end, sliding off the track and clipping Dani Clos’s car before flipping the right way up again.
Lancaster will miss the [...]

F3 Euro Nogaro 2: Buemi hangs on to win

The championship contenders took a win apiece at Nogaro as Sebastien Buemi took a narrow win ahead of a host of pursuing ASM rivals.
Buemi benefitted from second-placed Franck Mailleux stalling at the start to leap from sixth to second on lap one.
Edoardo Mortara took the lead but lost it when he was called in to [...]

F3 Euro Nogaro 1: Grosjean wins as ASM dominate

Romain Grosjean cruised to a straightforward win at Nogaro with his ASM team mates in tow.
Kamui Kobayashi followed him - a little too closely at times - to take second, while Nico Hulkenberg completed an ASM podium with third.
Sebastien Buemi took fourth at the start and remained their till the end of a race that [...]

F3 Euro Barcelona 2: Van der Zande’s first win

Renger van der Zande took his first Formula Three victory after a pile-up at the start of the second race at Barcelona eliminated several competitors.
Race one winner Edoardo Mortara was taken out in the crash along with Edoardo Piscopo, Tim Sandtler, Marco Holzer, Cyndie Allemann, Jonathan Summerton, Michael Patrizi, Basil Shaaban and Jean-Karl Vernay.
That left [...]

F3 Euro Barcelona 1: Mortara takes wet win

Edoardo Mortara won his second F3 race of the year in the first race at Barcelona, the start of which was delayed as heavy rain hit the Catalunya circuit.
He chased early leader Nico Hülkenberg, who started the race from pole but spun off on lap eight. Hülkenberg caught Mortara to finish just over a second [...]

F3 Euro Brands 2: Mortara cruises home

Edoardo Mortara and Sebastien Buemi lined up first and second on the grid, and sure enough that was the order they came home in.
This was to take nothing away from a fine performance by the Signature-Plus driver. But there was little in the way of excitement - at least not until after the chequer when [...]

F3 Euro Brands 1: Controversy as Grosjean wins

Romain Grosjean leapt from third to first at the start of the Brands Hatch F3 Euroseries race - but took out rival Franck Mailleux on the way.
The two Frenchmen collided as Grosjean moved to take the lead from James Jakes. Grosjean was able to complete the move before the safety car came out. On the [...]

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