Competition looking to continue form at AGP
Astuti Competition Formula 3 team will be looking to continue their
impressive form at the non-championship round at the Australian
Formula 1 Grand Prix in Melbourne starting this Thursday.
team will be fielding 4 cars for the Trading Post Formula 3 Grand
Prix races with team owner David Borg making a comeback to the Formula
3 drivers seat stepping into the teams third Dallara 304 Sodemo
Renault. David Borg will join Kumho Tyres Round 1 joint winners
Aaron Caratti and Chris Alajajian also driving Dallara 304's.
fourth car will be run by 17 year old Formula 3 rookie Sam Abay,
Abay impressed many at the first round of the championship by showing
he could post competitive times and adapt quickly to a formula 3
car. Abay will again be stepping into the teams Dallara 301 Opel
Competition will be looking at continuing the great form shown last
weekend at Wakefield Park after both Chris Alajajian and Aaron Caratti
where joint round winners after the two races, with Caratti scoring
his first ever formula 3 pole position by taking the two poles and
Alajajian winning the first race.
formula 3 field should be very strong with 23 cars set to show up
with Barton Mawer making a comeback to the Australian series along
with 2003 series champion Michael Caruso driving for Piccola.