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Year on the sidelines no problem for Piastri ‘If it leads to a race seat’ in F1

Year on the sidelines no problem for Piastri ‘If it leads to a race seat’ in F1
By F1 Feeder Series • Issue #31 • View online
Howdy y'all!
If you thought this week was going to be any easier, you are in for a surprise. Nine series run, including the series finales of Danish F4 and the complete Road to Indy.
But first we take a look back at a crazy Formula 2 and Formula 3 weekend where Oscar Piastri extended his lead and Dennis Hauger was crowned 2021 FIA F3 champion.
Cheers!
Floris

Year on the sidelines no problem for Piastri ‘If it leads to a race seat’ in F1
Credit: Formula Motorsport Ltd
Credit: Formula Motorsport Ltd
After securing his third consecutive Pole Position on Friday, Prema’s Oscar Piastri won his second Feature Race of the season at the Sochi Autodrom on Sunday morning to extend his Formula 2 Championship lead over fellow Alpine Academy driver Guanyu Zhou to 36 points.
Ticktum opens up on future: ‘Anyone with half a brain will know it’s IndyCar, DTM or F2’
Credit: Formula Motorsport Ltd
Credit: Formula Motorsport Ltd
After delays in the morning of Saturday and the postponement of the first race of the weekend, Formula 2 action finally resumed in the afternoon at a drying but still wet Sochi Autodrom. Carlin’s Dan Ticktum achieved his second victory of the season with a strong lights to flag win that has kept him in the running for the title.
F3 stars Doohan, Vesti and Novalak not just looking at F2: ‘We need to find the best seat’
Credit: Formula Motorsport Ltd
Credit: Formula Motorsport Ltd
The F3 season came to end Sunday morning, with Jack Doohan taking the race from pole position. Frederik Vesti came home in second for ART and Clement Novalak rounded out the podium. The three sat down with F1 Feeder Series and various media members to discuss their futures.
Something clicked for Hauger after Barcelona DNF: ‘I’m happy it happened’
British F4 leader Zagazeta on a difficult last year: ‘I was completely alone’
Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography
Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography
With three rounds of the British Formula 4 championship left to go, the fight for the title couldn’t be closer. Peruvian driver Matias Zagazeta (Argenti) leads the championship, ahead of rookies and JHR teammates Matthew Rees and McKenzy Cresswell. Swedish driver Joel Granfors (Fortec Motorsport) and British driver James Hedley (Carlin) sit in fourth and fifth respectively and only 35 points separate the top five drivers.
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