Elite Motorsport sign Javier Sagrera for 2021 BRDC British F3 Campaign

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Elite Motorsport have announced Javier Sagrera as their first driver fo the 2021 BRDC British F3 season.

Sagrera began racing karts in 2015 and advanced through the Cadet ranks of the Catalan and Spanish championships.

The 17 year old Spanish driver is in just his second year of car racing. He competed in last years Spanish F4 Championship and achieved multiple top 10 finishes along the way.

Sagrera commented: “My hopes and aims are to mature and develop more as a driver due to the intense and difficult tracks that I will face in England. Of course I also want to be a strong candidate, fighting for the championship. Elite is an experienced and hard-working team that I believe can give everything I need to put in good performances. I’m very grateful to Picho [Diaz-Toledano] at Seven GP for bringing this new and exciting association together.

Elite Motorsport’s Manager/Owner, Eddie Ives, commented: “I’m over the moon to have secured Javier in one of our BF3 cars. We had a very promising three-day test with Javier at Valencia in December. He impressed the whole team with his attitude and pace. It’s a big challenge for him coming over to the UK but I’m confident we will surprise a few people.

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