Indian F1 confident Jehan Daruvala has move to the highest point of the 2021 F3 Asian Championship standings after an almost impeccable Round 2 that saw him finish on the platform in each and every race. He wound up winning two out of three races at Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina Circuit, finishing the last one in second spot.
As Daruvala equips to embrace a second season in Formula 2 with Carlin. He’s spending the colder time of year break contending in F3 Asia, hustling for all-Indian outfit Mumbai Falcons.
Daruvala dominates two races in F3 Asia Round 2
Daruvala commenced Round 2 on a solid note by getting shaft position for Race 1. After momentarily doing combating Evans GP’s Isack Hadjar toward the beginning. He figured out how to clutch the lead leaving the principal corner. From that point on, he stayed in firm control out at front. Placing in reliably brisk laps to easily take triumph. To include the cherry top, he even set the quickest lap to pack shaft position for the following race.
Race 2 end up being an undeniably seriously testing issue, with Daruvala secured an epic race-long fight with Hadjar. The 16-year-old from France had the predominant apparatus. Yet Daruvala’s long stretches of single-seater experience paid off as he showed a masterclass in cautious driving. Subsequent to fighting off numerous assaults from both Hadjar and Abu Dhabi Racing’s Dino Beganovic. Daruvala crossed the checkered banner to get his second sequential success. Hadjar completed only 0.268sec behind, in second spot.
Beginning the keep going race from third on the matrix, Daruvala immediately climbed to second place and did well to clutch that position all through. Running on more established tires contrasted with those beginning in front of him, Daruvala conceded that he just focusing on a platform finish. Apex Motorsport’s Pierre-Louis Chovet wound up dominating the race, with Hadjar finishing the platform in third spot.
“Truth be told, I realized this race would be hard on the grounds that I had more seasoned tires and the folks who began first and second had new ones. So the objective was to simply be on the platform and I came second eventually,” Daruvala said after the last race.
Another intense round for Kush Maini
Mumbai Falcons’ subsequent driver, Kush Maini, persevered through another troublesome round. He was by and by incapable to score any focuses, with his best outcome being his eleventh spot finish in Race 2. He finished Race 1 in twelfth spot and Race 3 in seventeenth spot.
2021 F3 Asia standings
Daruvala, Chovet and Guanyu Zhou have all dominated two races each after the initial two rounds of the 2021 F3 Asia Championship. Daruvala as of now drives the standings with 95 focuses, however Chovet is only one point behind with 94. Zhou, in the interim, is third generally speaking with 90 focuses.
Mumbai Falcons has move to third place in general in the group standings, behind Abu Dhabi Racing and Evans GP
There’s no an ideal opportunity to rest since the arrangement will proceed with Round 3 getting in progress tomorrow (February 6) at a similar scene.
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