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A fabulous Formula 3 season ends with Oscar Piastri taking the title ahead of Théo Pourchaire after Logan Sargeant crashed on the opening lap. Liam Lawson won the race dominantly.
We’re all set for a mouth-watering finale tomorrow morning as Oscar Piastri and Logan Sargeant sit level on 160 points, with Théo Pourchaire just nine points adrift.
Lirim Zendeli will start Saturday’s race from the front as the championship pendulum swings in Logan Sargeant’s favour.
Jake Hughes was quickest in the last Formula 3 practice session of 2020 but title contenders Oscar Piastri and Logan Sargeant struggled.
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Like the FIA stewards, our F2 reporter was very busy yesterday which is why you are only seeing this now. But Dan Ticktum won’t want reminding of he reason he is no longer the winner of F2’s sprint race at Monza.
It was a race you could watch again and again and never get tired of. Both title contenders fell by the wayside as Jake Hughes was victorious at Monza.
Typical Monza chaos ended with Frederik Vesti on the top step of the podium as Oscar Piastri retakes the championship lead with Logan Sargeant suffering a spin.
Just like 12 months ago, Formula 3 qualifying caused mayhem but it was Théo Pourchaire who emerged to take his first F3 pole.
He lost the championship lead yesterday, but Logan Sargeant has wrestled back control after taking victory in the second F3 race of the weekend.
Having come so close at Silverstone, Lirim Zendeli finally stands on the top step of the podium.
As rain and red flags intervened, Lirim Zendeli got the job done early to claim his first pole position in Formula 3.
Three on the spin for Sargeant but he’s got some hard chargers behind him.