Alex Fores confirmed at CDR for 2020 MSVR F3 Cup campaign

Chris Dittmann Racing is pleased to confirm Alex Fores as its second driver for the 2020 MSVR F3 Cup campaign. The Marlow-based driver joins the team off the back of a successful season in Monoposto F3, finishing as vice-champion with five victories, twelve podiums and ten fastest laps, including a hat-trick of new lap records. Prior to that, Fores’ CV also includes stints in Historic and Class Formula Ford, including the prestigious Walter Hayes Trophy, along with the Junior Saloon Car Championship and an extensive record in karting. He will pilot an ex-Valtteri Bottas Dallara Mercedes F3 in the seven-event[…..]

GT racer Dominic Paul joins CDR for 2020 MSVR F3 Cup

Chris Dittmann Racing are pleased to announce that experienced GT racer Dominic Paul is their next signing for the 2020 MSVR F3 Cup season. The Surrey-based driver makes the switch to single-seaters after campaigning the British GT Championship in 2019 with a Century Motorsport-run BMW M6 GT3. Paul has also previously contested the prestigious 24 Hours of Dubai endurance race, finishing fourth last season among the GT4 runners, as well as appearances in the 24H GT Series Championship of the Continents and 24H TCE Series. In 2016, he won the GT Cup Championship in Group A with an impressive 13[…..]

Another victory for Carey as Chris Dittmann Racing pile up the podiums in penultimate weekend of F3 Cup at Donington

Cian Carey took a huge step towards retaining his F3 Cup title after a victory on the penultimate weekend of the Championship at Donington Park. The Irish driver took the win and points to keep him top of the standings with just three races at Snetterton to come. However, the racer didn’t have it all his own way – as principal Chris Dittmann got behind the wheel to take THREE second place finishes and give the overall team standings a timely boost. But while another season’s 1-2 for the team was more than welcome in the first race, it was[…..]

Stunning Carey comeback secures podium and points in F3 Cup title battle for Chris Dittmann Racing at Brands Hatch

Cian Carey fought back brilliantly from last place to take a podium and precious points for Chris Dittmann Racing in F3 Cup at Brands Hatch this weekend (30 Aug – 1 Sept). The Irish driver was forced to start at the back of the grid in both races after engine failure led to him borrowing the car of teammate Phillip Jeans. But after a DNF in the first race, he refused to be beaten in the final one – taking third place and securing the important points that keep him top of the overall standings with just six rounds to go.[…..]

Super Simmons seals third win of season in BRDC British F3 while Carey dominates F3 Cup on brilliant weekend for Chris Dittmann Racing at Silverstone

Ayrton Simmons secured a thrilling third win of the season at Silverstone to cap a superb penultimate weekend of the BRDC British F3 Championship for Chris Dittmann Racing. The Epping racer finished fourth in the first race, before manoeuvring expertly through the field to make up 12 places and finish fourth again in Race Two. But he saved his best for last, taking victory in the final race to set up an exciting four-way title showdown at the Donington finale next month. Meanwhile, a double podium, including a nail-biting victory in the last race, saw Cian Carey dominate again and extend[…..]

Two more podiums for Chris Dittmann Racing in F3 Cup at Oulton Park

Chris Dittmann Racing was delighted to take two more podiums in F3 Cup at Oulton Park this weekend (15-16 June). Principal Chris Dittmann was in brilliant form after getting behind the wheel again, taking pole in qualifying before setting the fastest lap and a P2 in Race One. He narrowly missed out on a second podium in the next race, but was still fast enough to set the quickest lap of the weekend. Meanwhile, Irish driver Cian Carey had a quiet few days by his high standards, but ended P3 in the first race – which was enough to keep[…..]

Hit for six! Another hat-trick for unstoppable Carey makes it six wins from six for Chris Dittmann Racing in F3 Cup

Unstoppable Cian Carey made it six wins in six as Chris Dittmann Racing dominated proceedings once again at Snetterton in F3 Cup this weekend (11-12 May). The reigning champ followed up his hat-trick of wins at Donington Park with three more at the Norfolk circuit to pull well away at the top of the standings in his bid to retain the title. And a late drop-out even saw Team Principal Chris Dittmann get behind the wheel for a rare outing to give Carey a run for his money with three of his own podiums for good measure. Chris said: “I wasn’t going[…..]

Carey back with a bang to dominate at Donington in F3 Cup with stunning treble for Chris Dittmann Racing

Chris Dittmann Racing wasted little time in displaying their F3 Cup dominance once again thanks to a hat-trick of wins for Cian Carey at Donington this weekend (6-7 April). After taking the driver and team titles in 2018, it was business as usual on the opening rounds of the new season. The reigning champ was in stunning form, hitting the ground running to take all three wins and launch his title defence in style. And with strong drives from Phillip and Patrick Jeans and Jonathon Hughes, it was a positive start to the season all round. Team Principal Chris Dittmann[…..]

It’s the double! Delight for Chris Dittmann Racing after driver and team titles triumph in F3 Cup at Silverstone!

A Silverstone washout couldn’t put a dampener on proceedings for Chris Dittmann Racing after they were crowned both driver and team champions in F3 Cup this weekend (13-14 Oct). Cian Carey took double pole in qualifying and was aiming to add to his points tally before adverse weather conditions saw the racing cancelled on the final day of the season. But it led to jubilant scenes as the title was confirmed after a tremendous season – while Chris Dittmann Racing took the team accolade for good measure. A busy weekend at Silverstone also saw Ayrton Simmons take P5 in the[…..]

Dittmann dominates with devastating double in F3 Cup at Rockingham

Chris Dittmann got behind the wheel for the first time this season to dominate proceedings in the F3 Cup at Rockingham this weekend (29-30 Sept). The Chris Dittmann Racing principal took the place of driver Phillip Jeans who missed out at the last minute through illness. And with three poles, two wins and the lap record for good measure, it’s fair to say he hit the ground running. But there was more good news for the team, with Patrick Jeans claiming a podium for his season’s best finish. And another podium for Cian Carey in the final race saw him[…..]