Max Marzorati remains with Chris Dittmann Racing for 2021 BRDC British F3 season

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After joining the team for the final two rounds in the 2020 BRDC British F3 season, Max Marzorati has remained with Chris Dittmann Racing for the 2021 BRDC British F3 season.

After working extremely hard, working in a biscuit factory, as a painter and decorator, a school holiday club assistant and a door to door survey operator in order to build his funds, Marzorati is set to race in all rounds of the 2021 British F3 season.

Marzorati began his karting career at the age of 13 and promptly won a club title in his debut season at Rye House Circuit in 2014. In 2017, he began his racing debut in the Renault UK Clio Cup junior category.

After an impressive start, Marzorati moved to single seaters and enjoyed two seasons in Formula Ford 1600.

With the BRDC British F3 season set to commence on 22-23 May, Marzorati is preparing for the 2021 season and will participate in pre-season testing sessions in the commencing weeks.

Max Marzorati commented: “I am so pleased and extremely grateful, especially in light of the difficult year COVID-19 made 2020 for so many people in so many ways, to be able to compete in my first full season since 2017. I will not be taking anything for granted and how can I ever thank Adrian Flux, my supporters, friends and family enough for helping to make this happen. Recognising the fortunate position I find myself in, I feel it is important to me that I do all I can to remind everyone of the fantastic work do to support those in need.

“To return to the incredible proven race winning Chris Dittmann Racing team with all their experience is a dream come true, and the whole team made me feel part of the family from the moment I arrived last year, so I am so looking forward to 2021.”

Chris Dittmann, team principal, added: “It’s a pleasure to work with Max and we’re very pleased to be teaming up for a full season this year. He made massive progress with us in the two rounds at the end of last season and we’re excited to see how that continues over the course of a full season this time around.

He has a genuine in-depth knowledge and passion for the sport, and he puts that enthusiasm into everything he does over the course of a race weekend.

It’s great to announce our first driver for the forthcoming BRDC British F3 season, and preparations are now fully underway. We’re looking forward to finalising our driver line-up in the coming weeks.

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