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With the Competitor of the year and Team of the year picks already out of the way, we move our focus to the races of the year, as picked by our team of writers.
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A year on from Laurens Vanthoor‘s farcical, upside-down triumph in the Macau FIA GT World Cup, the world’s GT3 exotica would produce a no-less absurd spectacle in 2017. For a…
Daniel Ticktum feels Red Bull was the only team ready to gamble on him following his return from a season-long race ban for dangerous driving.
Sacha Fenestraz feels his first Macau Grand Prix experience, where he finished an excellent seventh, will boost his confidence ahead of his planned full-time move into Formula 3 in 2018.
Lando Norris would be open to a return to the Macau Grand Prix should his schedule allow it in 2018.
The Swede was eliminated early from the Macau Grand Prix after a collision with Callum Ilott.
The Austrian was one corner away taking a historic victory in the 64th running of the Macau Grand Prix but found himself hitting the wall after a close battle with Sergio Sette Camara.
The Briton claimed victory in the 64th running of the Macau Grand Prix after being in the right place at the right time to capitalise on the crashes of Ferdinand Habsburg and Sergio Sette Camara at the final turn on the final lap.
Daniel Ticktum capitalised on both Sergio Sette Camara and Ferdinand Habsburg crashing out from first and second place on the final turn of the final lap to win the Macau Grand Prix on Sunday.
Lando Norris rounded off his 2017 season with two BRDC awards as well as being voted the Autosport National Driver of the Year.
Joel Eriksson was forced out of the Macau Grand Prix on Sunday following contact with Callum Ilott, with both drivers criticising the way the Full Course Yellow was withdrawn ahead of their clash.
The Briton was delighted with his Qualifying race win in Macau last weekend, but he disputes the decision from the stewards to blame him for the crash with Joel Eriksson on Sunday.
The Briton left Macau with a second place finish but admitted he had come to the event looking to conclude his Formula 3 career with victory.
Both Joel Eriksson and Lando Norris struggled in the closing stages of the Qualifying Race at Macau with their tyres, with both feeling it was their low-downforce levels that cost them performance.