Another great performance from French driver Théo Pourchaire who won second place in race 1 of the Belgian Formula 3 GP this Saturday. A race dominated by Lirim Zendeli, who started from pole position and who led the GP from start to finish.
This is the first victory for the German driver who, after having resisted the assaults of Théo Pourchaire at the start of the race, was no longer worried despite a safety car from the third lap.
Still chasing 5th overall
No third success therefore for Théo Pourchaire who finished this race 1 to 4 seconds behind the winner. German David Beckmann completes the podium.
While waiting for race 2 this Sunday, Théo Pourchaire remains fifth in the general classification of the Formula 3 Championship with 100 points, or 40 units less than the Australian Oscar Piastri, the leader, 5th in the race.