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British F3 Croft 2: Tenth win for Asmer

Marko Asmer celebrated winning the British F3 championship in style with his tenth win from 20 starts this season.
The Estonian came under sustained pressure from Carlin’s Niall Breen early in the race but a driver worthy of a champion secured him the win by 3.2s. Atte Mustonen claimed third after Jonathan Kennard went off the [...]

British F3 Croft 1: Asmer seals crown

Marko Asmer clinched the British Formula Three championship in unusual style after retiring from the race with a blown engine. He effectively took the title when rival Maro Engel clashed with Carlin team mate Niall Breen at the first corner, ruining the German’s race.
Asmer’s retirement on lap 12 handed the lead to Stephen Jelley who [...]

British F3 Thruxton 2: Mustonen’s turn to triumph

Thruxton served up two debut winners as Atte Mustonen scored his first British F3 victory to match the feat of Double R team mate Stephen Jelley in the first race.
Niall Breen finished second ahead of Rodolfo Gonzalez who got onto the podium for the first time.
Once again championship leader Marko Asmer had a quiet race, [...]

British F3 Thruxton 1: Jelley’s maiden win

Stephen Jelley broke his British F3 duck by scoring his first ever victory at Thruxton. The Double R racer started the race fifth and moved up to second before a safety car period needed to recover Sam Bird and Atte Mustonen’s cars.
After the restart he moved ahead of team mate Jonathan Kennard, who stayed behind [...]

British F3 Silverstone 2: Unstoppable Asmer

Another race, another pole, another win for Marko Asmer as he closes in on the championship. His lead over Maro Engel is now 84 points after scoring a perfect 42 at Silverstone this weekend.
Engel finished second and Greg Mansell took another strong finish with third.
Michael Devaney was fourth and Alberto Valerio, who crashed out of [...]

British F3 Silverstone 1: Asmer back on top

Marko Asmer bounced back from his recent disappointments to claim his eighth victory in the British championship this year.
A first-lap crash eliminated Michael Meadows, Salman Al-Khalifa and Alberto Valerio, and forced a brief safety car period. Asmer had no trouble maintaining his advantage over second placed Maro Engel and quickly established a comfortable lead. Only [...]

A1GP China Feature: Germany are champions

Third place in the Shanghai was good enough to make Team Germany the second ever A1 Grand Prix champions.
Jonny Reid of New Zealand won the race after passing British driver Robbie Kerr for the lead. Hulkenberg finished third - but the German driver was conservatively minded as he calmly took the necessary points to wrap [...]

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