Challenging F3 Cup weekend at Brands Hatch

Chris Dittmann Racing was left ruing what might have been after a luckless weekend at Brands Hatch in F3 Cup. The weekend began in promising fashion, with team-mates Stuart Wiltshire and Tony Bishop locking out the second row for the squad during qualifying. Both spent time on provisional pole, but missed out by just a few tenths – though Bishop’s second-best time was enough to secure a front-row start for race two. In the first of the three races, Wiltshire overheated his clutch on the startline, which transpired to remove him from the reckoning while he was later battling for[…..]

More F3 Cup podiums the target at Brands Hatch

F3 Cup front-runner Chris Dittmann Racing heads to Brands Hatch for round two of the championship this weekend (May 14-15). Both Stuart Wiltshire and Tony Bishop secured podiums on the opening F3 Cup weekend, held at Donington Park in April, lying third and fourth in the Drivers’ Championship. They combined to move CDR into second in the Teams’ Championship as the team looks to defend that crown. Team newcomer Malcolm Scott scored two top-10 finishes. In 2015, Wiltshire left Brands Hatch with a brace of podiums, holding off team-mate Bishop in the second, and a fourth-place. Chris Dittmann, team principal,[…..]

Double podium in F3 Cup opener

Chris Dittmann Racing returned to F3 Cup action with a brace of podiums for drivers Stuart Wiltshire, Tony Bishop and team newcomer Malcolm Scott at Donington Park. The trio combined to leave the Tewkesbury-based reigning champions in second place in the F3 Cup Teams’ Championship. Wiltshire picked up where he left off 2015 – when he finished runner-up in the Drivers’ Championship – by collecting a battling podium in the opening race of the three-event weekend. Team-mate Bishop then ensured CDR were represented on each of the first two podiums of 2016, also claiming third place in race two. That[…..]

CDR begins F3 Cup title defence

The 2016 F3 Cup season gets underway at Donington Park National this weekend (April 23-24), with Chris Dittmann Racing determined to retain its Teams’ Championship crown. Stuart Wiltshire and Tony Bishop remain for the Tewkesbury-based team, with Malcolm Scott joining them under the CDR banner for the new season. The trio will race three times as part of the F3 Cup opening weekend. Wiltshire will compete in the same Mercedes-powered Dallara F308 that he raced to second placed second in the standings in the 2015 Drivers’ Championship. Bishop meanwhile will be aboard the Dallara F310 Opel-Speiss he drove late in[…..]