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MP Motorsport completes 2020 line-up with Verschoor

  • Published on 28 Feb 2020 10:17
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

Richard Verschoor will remain in the FIA Formula 3 championship with MP Motorsport this year, it has been confirmed.

The Dutchman competed in the series last year, scoring a best result of fourth three times during the season on his way to 13th in the drivers' standings.

However, his season highlight came when he emerged as the victor of the Macau Grand Prix, becoming the first rookie in 11 years to do so.

Ahead of his second F3 season, Verschoor says he is confident that he will consistently run at the front of the field. 

“I am happy to continue in FIA Formula 3 together with MP Motorsport and TeamNL”, Verschoor said. "Last year saw an upward trend in the second half of the season, culminating in that amazing victory at Macau where everything just clicked.

“I’m eager to continue this trend, and I'm confident that I can be a frontrunner in 2020.”

Verschoor will join compatriot Bent Viscaal at the team, as well as Lukas Dunner

Team manager Sander Dorsman added: “It is good news that we will continue working together with Richard. Last year, we showed lots of promise in FIA F3 but now we aim for podiums and more victories.”
 

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
  Richard Verschoor
   
  Logan Sargeant
Prema Racing Frederik Vesti
  Oscar Piastri 
   
  Lirim Zendeli
Trident Devlin DeFrancesco
  Oli Caldwell

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