Nazim Azman moves up to BRDC British F3 with Chris Dittmann Racing

Malaysian Nazim Azman will step up to the BRDC British F3 Championship in 2019 with Chris Dittmann Racing, as he continues his ascent of the international motorsport ladder. The Peak Performance Management protégé is gearing up for his first taste of racing in the UK, having contested the Italian F4 Championship last season, and will bring continued support from the Ranhill Group. Azman racked up a string of top-ten finishes in his debut season in the highly-competitive Italian F4 series with Jenzer Motorsport and, along with parallel campaigns in Spanish F4 and the MRF Challenge, the 17-year old racked up[…..]

Ayrton Simmons targets title in first full BRDC British F3 campaign with Chris Dittmann Racing

Ayrton Simmons has confirmed he will return to the BRDC British F3 Championship in 2019, joining the Chris Dittmann Racing team with whom he contested selected rounds last year. The all-time highest points scorer in British F4 history competed in British F3 at Spa Francorchamps, Donington Park and Silverstone in 2018, making an immediate impression with fourth on the grid at the legendary Belgian circuit, just 0.142s off pole position despite no testing beforehand. He went even better at Donington Park with third on the grid, while race results were also very strong with a best of fourth at Spa[…..]

Plenty of positives for Chris Dittmann Racing after solid weekend at Donington in BRDC British F3 Championship

Ayrton Simmons and Cian Carey showed plenty of potential in the BRDC British F3 Championship at Donington for Chris Dittmann Racing this weekend (22-23 Sept). Ayrton, on only his second race weekend in the competition, put on a pacey performance to take P3 in qualifying before going on to two P6s and a P7. Despite his lack of testing, it was unfortunate that two races were interrupted by long safety car periods, or a podium looked on the cards. Meanwhile, Cian, on debut, showed glimpses of his pace to take a Top 10 finish with limited time in the car[…..]

Impressive Ayrton Simmons shows his potential on British F3 Championship debut for Chris Dittmann Racing at Spa Francorchamps

Ayrton Simmons put on an impressive and promising performance on his BRDC British F3 Championship and team debut with Chris Dittmann Racing this weekend (21-22 July). The 17-year-old pushed for a podium until the very end to finish fourth in the second race at Spa Francorchamps. Despite being his first time at the track on his Championship debut and first time with the team having never tested the car, the Epping racer finished fourth in qualifying before taking the same spot in the race later on. And while other races were hampered by the mistakes of other drivers, team principal[…..]

Ayrton Simmons joins Chris Dittmann Racing for remainder of BRDC British F3 Season

British Formula 4 front-runner Ayrton Simmons will race in the BRDC British F3 Championship with Chris Dittmann Racing for the remainder of the 2018 season. The 17-year-old has taken three wins this year in British F4, and lies second in the championship standings following a double victory at Brands Hatch and another at Oulton Park. His performances this season backs up his first full car racing campaign in the series last year, where he was placed seventh overall with a maiden victory at Brands Hatch. His single seater debut came in 2016, where he was crowned vice champion of the[…..]

Harry Webb to make BRDC British F3 Debut this weekend

Harry Webb will make his BRDC British F3 debut with Chris Dittmann Racing this weekend at his local circuit, Snetterton. The 21-year-old from Topcroft joins the series with plenty of potential, having finished second in the F4 British Championship Challenge Cup category last season and almost making the overall top 10 despite missing three of the 10 rounds. Prior to that he excelled in karting, claiming five titles in three years, including three crowns in a single season in 2012. He now joins British F3 having enjoyed a couple of tests with the Chris Dittmann Racing team, including a very[…..]

Plenty of positives for Chris Dittmann Racing on British F3 opener at Oulton Park

Chris Dittmann Racing had plenty of positives to take away after the opening round of the BRDC British F3 Championship at Oulton Park (31 Mar – 2 Apr). Despite having just one week with new Malaysian driver Chia Wing Hoong, the team were able to put on a pacey display full of promise. In fact, a podium was even on the cards in the second race – until a slight mistake while in fourth and honing in on the Top 3 saw the 22-year-old spin off the track. But after being among the quickest laps, the team were delighted with the[…..]

Malaysian Chia Wing Hoong joins for Oulton Park

Malaysian driver Chia Wing Hoong will compete for Chris Dittmann Racing at this weekend’s season opener at Oulton Park. The 22-year-old joins the series after a varied single-seater career which has seen him race across Europe and in Asia over the past year. A busy 2017 season saw him compete in Japanese F4 as well as a couple of events in the Formula Renault NEC series, with a strong showing at Monza where he secured an eighth place finish against a very competitive field. He also competed in the 2016-17 MRF Challenge series in the Formula 2000 category, and in[…..]

Harry Webb moves up to British F3 with Chris Dittmann Racing

Chris Dittmann Racing has confirmed that Formula 4 graduate Harry Webb will join the team for the 2018 BRDC British F3 Championship. The Norfolk-based driver finished second in the British F4 Challenge Cup category last year with four class victories, and just missed out on a top-10 overall classification, despite missing three of the 10 rounds. The 20-year-old has a broad range of experience behind the wheel, having also competed in the SsangYong Musso Pick-Up Truck Challenge series last year, as well as the 750 Motor Club Formula Vee Championship in 2016. Prior to that, he enjoyed a very successful[…..]

CDR cars battle for points at the front as BRDC British F3 returns to Brands Hatch

Chris Dittmann Racing’s (CDR) BRDC British F3 team was right in the thick of the action on the legendary Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit last weekend (5-6 August) challenging for points throughout the event. Both cars were close to the ultimate pace in Saturday’s qualifying session, with Kenyan Jeremy Wahome leading the CDR charge with 10th overall at the close of the session. His team-mate Omar Ismail was to line up 13th for the first of the weekend’s three races. The first of the weekend’s races started in the dry, but it wasn’t long before appalling conditions set in. Wahome[…..]