Hot off the back of a successful winter test and pre-season shakedown, 19-year-old Devlin DeFrancesco is to join Trident Motorsport for the 2019 FIA Formula 3 Championship.
The Daytona 24 may have been something of a wash-out this year, but Devlin DeFrancesco and his team-mates were very much able to keep themselves afloat The JDC-Miller Motorsports DPi Cadillac prototype dubbed as the ‘banana boat’ may have had the most fitting name as rain stopped and started the endurance race with all four drivers battling against the tricky adverse conditions.
Once clearly wasn’t enough for Devlin DeFrancesco as he returns to the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona this weekend (26th-27th January) for his second go at the world-famous season opener.
Following a strong debut into endurance racing in 2018, Devlin DeFrancesco will tackle the 57th running of the Rolex 24 at the Daytona International Speedway this January. Teaming up once again with the JDC-Miller Motorsports outfit, with whom he challenged both the Rolex 24 and Petit LeMans events, with experience on his side, Devlin is in a strong position to succeed.
The 2018 GP3 season ended in style this weekend under the glittering Yas Marina lights, with Devlin showing exactly why he is such a strong prospect for the future with another promising performance.
After what has felt like an age, GP3 roars back into action for the final time this weekend (23rd – 25th November). Taking to the Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi, Devlin DeFrancesco is looking to end his season on a high.
After a hugely successful debut SportsCar outing earlier this year at the 56th Rolex 24 at Daytona , Devlin will be re-joining the JDC Motorsport team as the head to Georgia for the final round of the 2018 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship (10th – 13th October).
Despite never having visited the track before, Devlin’s demonstrated his ever-improving form as the GP3 series hit Sochi, Russia for its penultimate round.
With only two rounds left of the 2018 GP3 Series season remaining, MP Motorsport’s Devlin DeFrancesco is keen to maximise the remaining driving time, looking to end the year on a high with points to boot.
It was a promising weekend for Devlin DeFrancesco, as the GP3 series headed to the infamous Autodromo Nazionale Monza. Located just north of Milan, dubbed the ‘Temple of Speed’ due to it’s high speed straights and gruelling long right-hand turns it provides the perfect recipe for on-track battles with ample overtaking opportunities.
Devlin DeFrancesco showed promise this weekend during the GP3 round at the infamous Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium, but bad luck ultimately meant that his strong turn of pace went unrewarded.
After a long summer break, GP3 returns this weekend at the world-famous Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium, with MP Motorsport’s Devlin DeFrancesco eager to get the second half of his season underway.