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MP Motorsport adds Dunner to 2020 F3 line-up

  • Published on 27 Feb 2020 10:18
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

MP Motorsport has announced its second signing for the 2020 FIA Formula 3 championship, adding Lukas Dunner to its line-up.

Dunner competed at the Macau Grand Prix for the Dutch outfit last year, finishing 12th in the race. 

The Austrian made his single-seater debut with MP Motorsport in 2017, and joins the F3 series following on from a third-place championship result in the EuroFormula Open Championship in 2019

Dunner will compete alongside Bent Viscaal at the team for the upcoming season.

“It feels good to be back home," said Dunner. “I couldn’t think of a better environment for my promotion to FIA F3 level, as I have fond memories of my F4 season with MP three years ago.

“Together with Bent, I’m sure we will make an impact on the series, and in my debut season I hope to learn from his experience in FIA F3.”

MP Motorsport’s team manager Sander Dorsman added: “It’s a joy to welcome Luki back into the team," said “He has developed well in the two seasons since, and I’m positive that he will be an asset to our FIA F3 team.

“With Bent and Lukas, our line-up for 2020 is shaping up really well, and I can’t wait to go racing with these guys.”
 

Confirmed 2020 F3 teams and drivers
 

  Theo Pourchaire
ART Grand Prix Aleksandr Smolyar
  Sebastian Fernandez
   
  Clement Novalak
Carlin Buzz Racing Enaam Ahmed
  Cameron Das
   
  David Schumacher
Charouz Racing System Niko Kari
  Igor Fraga
   
  Alex Peroni
Campos Racing Alessio Deledda
  Sophia Floersch
   
  Jake Hughes
HWA Racelab Mick Doohan
  Enzo Fittipaldi
   
  Max Fewtrell
Hitech Grand Prix Liam Lawson
  Dennis Hauger
   
  Calan Williams
Jenzer Motorsport Matteo Nannini
  Federico Malvestiti
   
  Bent Viscaal
MP Motorsport Lukas Dunner
  TBA
   
  Logan Sargeant
Prema Racing Frederik Vesti
  Oscar Piastri 
   
  Lirim Zendeli
Trident Devlin DeFrancesco
  Oli Caldwell

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