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Arden Motorsport sign Alex Connor for 2021 BRDC British F3 campaign

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Alex Connor has been announced as the second driver at Arden Motorsport for the 2021 British F3 season, they have previous history of working together after he joined the Young Racing Driver Academy in 2017. Connor graduated to the British F4 team in 2019 after a successful Karting career.

Connor has had a successive career up-to-date with 17 podiums and claiming the runner-up spot in the Rookie Cup. He even returned to the series for a 2020 campaign, becoming a regular frontrunner and adding three wins to his profile; finishing fourth in the overall standings.

Arden Team Principal, Garry Horner, commented: “I’m delighted to see our partnership with Alex continue as he makes the step up to the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship for the 2021 season. He’s a proven talent after a successful two-year stint in F4, and his track record really does speak for itself. The time for him to make that step up into F3 is definitely now, and we’re very pleased to welcome him back for what will be a new and exciting challenge for the whole team.”

Alex Connor said: “I’m very happy to have the chance to move up to the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship with Arden.

The team and the YRDA have supported me from the very start of my racing journey and we all worked very well together in British F4 so I know that we are going to be able to focus 100% on a really strong debut season right from the start.

The Championship races on some of my favourite tracks, so I can’t wait to tackle them with the extra speed and power of the F3 car – and I know that Spa is going to be awesome!

Connor will partner Frederick Lubin for the 2021 British F3 season which is set to commence on the 22-23 May.

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