Indian teenage racing sensation Jehan Daruvala will take part in Formula 3 racing with Carlin for a second season in 2018.
“It has been a fantastic year racing with Carlin. I am happy to be working with them once again and look forward to a successful year,” said Jehan in a statement.
“It is great news that Jehan remains for us in FIA Formula Three next season he has been a fantastic addition to the team this year and his results as a rookie have been impressive,” Racing director of Carlin, Trevor Carlin said.
Early this year, Jehan became the first Indian ever to win a Grand Prix, after he dominated the New Zealand Grand Prix to take the chequered flag style, at the Circuit Chris Amon in Manfeild.
“He is already a race winner in the series and no doubt has the ability to add more wins and pole positions to his achievements over the course of 2018,” Carlin said.
The 2018 season kicks off in May at the street circuit of Pau, in France. The thirty race FIA Formula 3 European Championship will be spread across ten rounds, in eight different countries across Europe.
More than half the rounds will be at Formula 1 circuits making this official FIA series, an ideal stepping-stone to Formula 1.