Mumbai Falcons will become the first team to participate in the Asian F-3 Championship. Former F2 and GT1 racer Armaan Ibrahim will join the team principal and eight-time national champion Raymond Banaji’s strategy and communication head.
Navjit Gadhoke, owner of Mumbai Falcons, said, “Our aim is to take Indian motorsports to new heights and Asian F3 is the beginning of it.” Along with Jehan and Kush, we have the best driver line-up on the grid. We are confident of winning the championship.
The Asian F3 Championship is the continent’s most competitive racing competition, with nine strong teams participating along with many F2 and F3 drivers. The long season of 15 races will begin in Dubai from 29 January and will conclude in Abu Dhabi on 20 February.
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