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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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2013-2 201346214733 LRGErebus Academy Mygale F3 driver Jack LeBrocq has produced a series of stunning results during round two of the Formula 3 Australian Drivers Championship at Tasmania’s Symmons Plains circuit.

The reigning Australian Formula Ford Champion qualified in a competitive fifth for the first of three races, with fellow Mygale pilot Nick Foster lining up in position eight.

LeBrocq came away from the weekend with two fourths and a third to sit fourth overall in the championship after two of seven rounds.  Foster struggled with an engine gremlin in the Team BRM entry but drove well to finish in sixth place in all three races at Symmons Plains and he also sits sixth in the overall standings. LeBrocq is just seven points off the championship lead, with Foster just 18 points from the leader.

With a two month break until the next round of the championship – the City of Darwin Cup at Hidden Valley Raceway – both drivers will be looking to some development of the new Mygale chassis before they make the long trek north.

Mygale boss Greg Woodrow continues to be impressed with the potential of the Mygale M11 Formula 3 car and is looking forward to their continued development.

“We set out knowing that this year was going to be challenging with new cars and very little experience to draw upon,” said Woodrow.

“But we’re lucky that we have two great teams and two very good drivers in our corner and we’re getting closer to the front each time on the track.

“The factory in France has been very supportive and we’re looking forward to getting a couple of days of testing in before we head to Darwin.”