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Sunday, September 23 2018
Carlin's Nicolai Kjaergaard claimed his second BRDC British F3
win of the weekend at Donington Park this afternoon, finishing two
seconds clear of Krishnaraaj Mahadik while Billy Monger claimed
third place, having started from pole.
Jamie Chadwick was fourth ahead of Hampus Ericsson, who capped
off a fine maiden weekend with fifth place. Max Defourny claimed
sixth ahead of Ayrton Simmons with Manuel Maldonado eighth. Race
two winner Sun Yue Yang and Sasakorn Chaimongkol completed the
Monger made a decent start from his second pole position of the
weekend, though teammate Kjaergaard made a slightly better one and
was able to draw alongside the British driver on the run to
Redgate, though with the inside line, Monger was able to hold the
Under heavy pressure, Monger led across the line ending lap one,
with a margin of 0.389s over the Dane. But at the Fogarty chicane
on lap two, Monger made a mistake and dropped to fourth, promoting
Kjaergaard into the lead, as well as Mahadik and Jamie Caroline
into second and third.
On the same lap, Chris Dittmann Racing's Cian Carey went off at
the chicane and was left beached in the gravel. The following lap
there was more drama at the chicane, as Caroline sustained
suspension damage and went off, ultimately retiring to the
A safety car was brought out while Carey's car was recovered,
with the race resuming on lap eight. Kjaergaard immediately built a
gap, leading by over a second after the restart, while Monger piled
the pressure on Mahadik, with the Brit around three tenths behind
for a couple of laps.
The squabbling duo allowed Kjaergaard to pull out further,
eventually claiming the flag by over two seconds to take his second
win of the weekend and his fifth of the year to reignite his
Mahadik was able to pull out a gap in the closing stages to take
second, over a second clear of Monger, who claimed his third podium
of the season, and at the circuit where he suffered his life
changing accident last year.
Chadwick enjoyed a strong race to finish just 0.7s away from the
podium places, confirming the pace that put her third on the grid
for the race, while Hampus Ericsson's fifth place was a good
follow-up from his race two podium on his debut weekend, having
Defourny's sixth place came from 10th on the grid, while
Simmons' enjoyed a strong return to BRDC British F3, with seventh
place in race three adding to two other top-sixes.
Maldonado had a stunning race, climbing from 18th on the grid to
finish eighth, and within 10 seconds of the leader, while Sun Yue
Yang capped off a fine day with ninth place to add to his maiden
win from earlier. Chaimongkol finished ahead of championship leader
Linus Lundqvist, who recovered from his first retirement of the
season to record an 11th place finish from 16th on the grid.
Lundqvist though has endured a weekend to forget, with his 111
point lead coming into the weekend slashed to just 50 after
Kjaergaard's double victory.
The BRDC British F3 Championship will therefore be decided at
Silverstone in three weeks time, with Lundqvist and Kjaergaard the
only two drivers still remaining with a chance of taking the
BRDC British F3 Championship, Donington Park race three
1. Nicolai Kjaergaard, Carlin, 11 laps
2. Krishnaraaj Mahadik, Double R Racing, +2.067s
3. Billy Monger, Carlin, +3.313s
4. Jamie Chadwick, Douglas Motorsport, +4.104s
5. Hampus Ericsson, Fortec Motorsports, +4.939s
6. Max Defourny, Douglas Motorsport, +6.212s
7. Ayrton Simmons, Chris Dittmann Racing, +7.961s
8. Manuel Maldonado, Fortec Motorsports, +9.170s
9. Sun Yue Yang, Carlin, +9.559s
10. Sasakorn Chaimongkol, Hillspeed, +10.439s
For more information on the BRDC British F3 Championship, visit
the official website here.