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Lawson storms through the field at Macau GP

November 18, 2019

Liam Lawson finished off his FIA F3 season with a stunning performance in the Macau Grand Prix, carving his way from near the back of the grid to finish 7th. The 17-year-old Red Bull Junior driver bounced back from a disappointing Qualification race to turn on the drive of the GP, passing seven cars on the opening lap from his..

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Guide to: 2019 Macau Grand Prix

November 13, 2019

The 2019 Macau Grand Prix gets underway tomorrow and this year we have two Kiwi's competing in the prestigious event. FIA F3 runner-up Marcus Armstrong will line up for his second attempt while TRS and NZGP Champ Liam Lawson makes his debut. This year will be the first time the FIA F3 car will race the tight and twisty 6.1km..

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Lawson confirmed for Macau Grand Prix

October 18, 2019

Red Bull Junior driver Liam Lawson has been entered in next month’s Macau Grand Prix and will race for MP Motorsport, the same team he drove for in the inaugural FIA F3 season in Europe. First staged in 1954, the Macau Grand Prix will be contested for the first time by the new halo-shod FIA F3 cars and a few..

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Lawson chases down 2nd place

September 23, 2019

A dominant performance in a rain soaked race at Barcelona has put Kiwi driver Liam Lawson back into runner-up contention in the European Formula Open championship.  The 17-year-old Red Bull Junior driver went to Spain in a distant third place but has now closed within 8 points of second place heading into the final two races of this season's championship, the last to be..

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Lawson on the podium at Monza

September 9, 2019

New Zealand motor racing teenager Liam Lawson finished second in FIA Formula 3 at Monza, in a preliminary race to the Italian Grand Prix. The 17-year-old Red Bull Junior driver started on the front row of the grid but didn't get a good getaway and was swallowed up by several cars heading into the first corner. Come the end of lap..

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Lawson still searching for speed

September 2, 2019

Heading towards the penultimate round this coming weekend in Italy young Kiwi champion Liam Lawson is struggling for pace as his MP Motorsport team search for speed on the faster circuits that close out the inaugural FIA F3 calendar. Throughout the season the Dutch-based team has been on the back foot with their lack of car pace, although Lawson and his..

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Engine issues for Lawson in Hungary

August 4, 2019

Despite engine woes in the opening FIA F3 race at the Hungaroring, Kiwi teenager Liam Lawson has maintained his championship position. The 17-year-old Red Bull Junior driver took a hit early in the race from Raul Hyman and from then on struggled to move forward, taking the chequered flag in 17th after falling back to 22nd. After the race it..

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First podium for Lawson

July 15, 2019

Red Bull Junior driver Liam Lawson took his first FIA Formula 3 podium when he finished third in Race 2 at Silverstone, supporting the British Formula 1 Grand Prix. The young Kiwi champion led the 30-strong field away from pole position and maintained the lead for almost half race distance before the very experienced Leonardo Pulcini (Hitech Grand Prix) slipped by. Then..

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Lawson on pole at Silverstone

July 13, 2019

The youngest driver in FIA Formula 3 will start from pole position for the second race at Silverstone tonight, when 17-year-old Liam Lawson lines up in front of the 29 other drivers. The young Kiwi champion, and Red Bull Junior Driver, gained the spot by finishing eighth in the first race of the weekend at the British Grand Prix meeting. Lawson..

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New set-up delivers Lawson best qualifying result to date

July 13, 2019

Young Kiwi racing driver Liam Lawson has scored his best qualifying result of the season so far when he went seventh fastest for the opening F3 race at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. The 17-year-old Red Bull Junior Driver set his time in the closing minute of the session to be just four-tenths-of-a-second away from the pole time set by Juri Vips (Hitech..

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