Improved qualifying efforts and three top-six results left Ferdinand Habsburg happy with his weekend at Zandvoort.
2017 FIA European Formula 3 Championship – Zandvoort
The Swede sits fifty-five points off the championship lead after two no-scores at Zandvoort on Sunday.
Despite having strong pace throughout the weekend in the Netherlands, Callum Ilott only had one win and a fifth place to show for it, with a retirement coming in race three.
Two wins and a third place ensured Lando Norris left Zandvoort with the championship lead after arriving eighteen points in arrears.
Lando Norris took his second victory of the weekend at Zandvoort, and his seventh of the season, to move eleven points clear at the top of the championship standings.
British drivers dominated race two at Zandvoort, finishing 1-2-3-4, with Callum Ilott taking the win from Jake Hughes, while Lando Norris’ third place gave him the championship lead.
Callum Ilott will start on pole position for race two at Zandvoort after initial pole sitter Lando Norris was handed a two-place grid penalty.
Lando Norris will start races two and three from pole position, and will be looking to add to his race one victory with more wins on Sunday.
Lando Norris took his sixth victory of 2017, leading from start to finish, while his championship rivals Joel Eriksson and Maximilian Günther completed the podium.
Just 0.012 seconds separated pole man Norris from Carlin team-mate Ferdinand Habsburg in qualifying for race one at Zandvoort.
Championship leader Maximilian Günther has a new colour scheme on his car and helmet this weekend in the Netherlands after landing the backing of the BWT Group.
Lando Norris will lead the field away for race one after qualifying on pole position at Zandvoort ahead of Carlin team-mate Ferdinand Habsburg.