Mumbai-based racer Jehan Daruvala took his lady win in the 2019 Formula 3 title in Barcelona. The Team Prema driver verified the triumph after an overwhelming driver during that time race of the end of the week on Sunday, making it consecutive successes for Prema after colleague Robert Shwartzman verified an unusual first ever FIA Formula 3 race win on Saturday. Daruvala had an amazing kept running from the opening lap and kept up the lead to cross the checkered banner first in front of Hitech Grand Prix’s Juri Vips and Niko Kari of Trident.
A first line begin for Jehan helped the driver to take P1 from Kari as the lights turned green, while Vips dropped from P3 to P5 behind Marcus Armstrong and Max Fewtrell. The opening lap saw the wellbeing vehicle making it on the track as drivers Ye Yifei and Artem Petrov reached, which brought about a four fender bender with drivers Raoul Hyman and Jake Hughes.
The race was restarted just five laps later after the autos were recouped from rock, yet with the top request being unaffected. Daruvala developed a sound lead again that stretched out to over 7.4 seconds over Kari. Be that as it may, the hole before long decreased as the wellbeing vehicle was out on the track again following a second episode. Lap 9 saw MP Motorsport driver Simp Laaksonen turn into the divider subsequent to reaching Campos Racing’s Alex Peroni, which earned the last a 10-second punishment for the episode.
The second restart saw Daruvala battling weight from Kari and Vips, yet stayed determined from P1. The Indian driver picked pace not long after and began revamping a hole once again his opponents. By Lap 21, Vips began building weight on Kari and passed the last to take P2, even as Daruvala stayed undisturbed in advance. Jehan crossed the checkered banner with an unassailable lead with Vips completing second with a hole of 2.121s. Kari clutched P3 with Prema driver Shwartzman coming in fourth. Armstrong, Lundgaard, Beckmann and Fewtrell finished the point scoring positions.
Jehan Daruvala completed Race 1 in seventh spot which puts him third in the focuses table with 23 ponts. Colleague Schwartzman as of now drives the driver rankings with 37, while Lundgaard sits second with 24. Prema Racing sits on top with 81 points in the group standings toward the finish of the main end of the week.