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Hodge Marches On....

Hodge Marches On....

Formula 3 Australian Championship : Queensland Raceway 5th  Round / August 8-10, 2014 Simon Hodge/BRM on pole again, wins the round and keeps the lead of the Championship   Simon Hodge/BRM won round five of the Formula 3 Australian Drivers Championship, in one of the upsets of the season at Queensland Raceway. ...

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f3-mygale-2012Mygale has unveiled its Formula 3 program for 2013, partnering with Team BRM to run 'Young Gun' Nick Foster in one of the French manufacturer's 2011 model chassis.

The former Formula Ford and Carrera Cup hotshot will compete in the full series driving the factory-owned Mygale M11 chassis, identical to the one that was a dominant force in Italian F3 in 2012, which will be prepared by the Championship winning Adelaide-based team.

While Foster concedes that 2013 will be a development year for the Mygale chassis he says that the car should prove competitive out of the box.

"The year will definitely be a development year and we will be working very closely with, and receive full factory support from, Mygale in France," said Foster.

"My belief is that the Mygale will be competitive almost straight away however my goal is to assist Mygale in developing the F3 to work on both the Khumo Tyre and on our Australian circuits. 

"I will be competing for Team BRM so the team synergy will be there from the start of the season having spent the end of 2011 and 2012 working with the team.

"I am definitely looking forward to stepping back into an open-wheeler and  am looking forward to the challenge ou acheter levitra.

"I worked with Mygale in Formula Ford and have a close relationship with both the Head Office in France and Mygale Australia, which will shorten the development process." 

Mygale boss Greg Woodrow was pleased to be able to announce that Team BRM and Foster would be involved with the 2013 Formula 3 program.

"We're really happy that Team BRM and Nick have come on-board with us for Formula 3 in 2013," said Woodrow.

"We had a toe in the water exercise with an older car in 2012 but we're stepping it up a notch this year.

"We have no real expectations for the early part of the year but with the support of the factory in France and some continued development we'd hope to be pushing for podiums and maybe a win in the latter half of the season."

The 2013 Formula 3 Australian Driver's Championship commences at Bathurst over the Easter weekend.