F3 – Nicholas Latifi strongly focused on Misano race
The summer has begun, so even the Italian F3 European Series is entering the hot side of the season. Just one month after the Championship has come to Italy, the 17-year-old Nicholas Latifi gets ready to go back behind the wheel of the Mygale for the Championship’ fourth race at the Misano World Circuit named after Marco Simoncelli.
The JD Motorsport standard-bearer goes to Misano fully aware of his important and constant progression thanks to which his performance level has verged on top drivers’ with each race weekend.
In the last race in Tuscany some car contacts ruined a Italo-Canadian solid top 5 performance, just after missing the podium in Hungary and demonstrating his ability in the Vallelunga and Imola tests, where the fifth and sixth race will take place respectively on September the 2nd and 19th.
Nicholas Latifi: “ I’m looking forward to go to Misano. Last tests I felt at ease on that track so I’m very confident. My goal is to continue to improve results in qualifying and to continue to develop the car together with my engineer.”
David Tennyson (coach): “ Nicholas has improved his skills with each race weekend, demonstrating his ability to adapt to a F.3 car. I’m very satisfied with all the work done till today and I’m sure that Misano would represent a further progression.”
The weekend will start with two free practices sessions and will continue on Friday with a further half an hour session to tune up cars set up before qualifying session on Saturday at 9.25. Race-1 will start on Saturday at 15.05, while on Sunday race-2 will start at 10.00 and sprint race at 18.45.