CDR ends BRDC British F3 campaign with three points finishes

Tewkesbury’s Chris Dittmann Racing (CDR) ended its BRDC British F3 championship action for the season with three points-scoring finishes, and pace to challenge for the top-ten, despite beginning the weekend on the back foot at Donington Park last weekend (23-24 September). The team fielded a single car for Jeremy Wahome in the championship finale, and the young Kenyan performed well to qualify 13th after only arriving at the circuit on Saturday morning. Jeremy’s travel from Kenya was delayed, preventing him from benefitting from any pre-event testing, so it was an impressive display to set a competitive lap time and even[…..]

Cian Carey claims Leinster Trophy with CDR

Irish racer Cian Carey claimed a historic victory in the 2017 Leinster Trophy at Mondello Park to put his name beside some of motor racing’s greatest on the silverware. Past winners of the race, which dates back to the 1930s, include Ayrton Senna, Mike Hawthorn, John Watson and Mika Häkkinen. The entry meant Carey returned to Ireland and the BOSS Series for the first time since winning the 2016 title and stepping up to F3 Cup. His CDR team-mate Gino Ussi also took advantage of the chance for more time behind the wheel to join him in County Kildare. In qualifying,[…..]

CDR reigns supreme at Brands Hatch

Chris Dittmann Racing dominated around the Grand Prix circuit of Brands Hatch with a double victory for team owner Chris Dittmann. Cian Carey made it double joy in the first race with a fine podium from the fourth row of the grid. The two wins for Dittmann, who replaced Jonathon Hughes at late notice, stretches his impressive unbeaten 2017 run to four races, having claimed a brace of wins at Snetterton when he filled in for Phillip Jeans. The weekend began in impressive fashion, as Dittmann secured pole for both races. Carey, meanwhile, claimed seventh and eighth in qualifying, setting up[…..]

CDR looking to bounce back at Brands

The penultimate rounds of F3 Cup see another new face at CDR as a four-strong team visits the Grand Prix circuit at Brands Hatch. Monoposto winner and historic single-seater victor Jonathon Hughes joins the team for the first time for what will be his second F3 Cup event. He will contest the remaining races in a Dallara F312 with CDR having earlier raced at Silverstone with Topmarx Racing. The best-placed of the quartet in the championship standings is Irishman Cian Carey, who heads to Brands Hatch in sixth. He lost some ground in the title race at Snetterton, leaving with[…..]