After a three-week break, that felt like an eternity, 19-year-old Devlin DeFrancesco is itching to get back in the car for this weekend’s round of the 2019 FIA Formula 3 Championship.
Devlin DeFrancesco headed into the British round of the FIA Formula 3 Championship at Silverstone feeling optimistic after a strong showing at the Red Bull Ring, despite a strong showing of pace in practice, factors somewhat out of his control made this a weekend that he may not want to relive.
After his best race of the season so far at the Red Bull Ring in Austria last weekend, Devlin DeFrancesco is eager to get back on track for the British round of the FIA Formula 3 Championship.
Set deep in the Styrian hills, the Red Bull Ring is one of the most picturesque, yet shortest on the calendar at 4.318km. A high-speed circuit with multiple run off areas also make for one of the more challenging circuits for the field of talented young drivers.
After a tricky opening weekend of his 2019 FIA Formula 3 campaign last month, Devlin DeFrancesco proved that he truly is back and fighting after a strong showing this weekend at Paul Ricard, making up 13 places in the first race alone.
After a 5 week long break, the FIA Formula 3 Championship heads to Circuit Paul Ricard this weekend with 19 year old, Devlin DeFrancesco excited to continue on progress made during the opening round.
The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya played host to an exciting and dramatic opening weekend of the FIA Formula 3 championship, and Devlin Defrancesco looked to continue with the impressive progress he showed in his 2018 GP3 campaign.
This weekend, nineteen-year-old Devlin DeFrancesco will be suiting up for his first FIA Formula 3 weekend with Trident Motorsport, as the Championship heads to Barcelona for the opening round of its inaugural season.
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.