French-British chauffeur Clément Novalak will certainly race in FIA Formula 3 momentarily succeeding period as he relocates from Carlin to Trident.

The 20-year-old led Carlin’s initiatives in what what his launching period in 2020 with 2 platforms on his means to twelfth in the vehicle drivers’ standings. Part-time Ben Barnicoat was the only various other Carlin chauffeur to rack up factors throughout the period.

But a transfer to Trident, that were extremely outstanding in 2020 and also the closest oppositions to PREMA, is most likely to see an also much better year for Novalak and also perhaps even a title difficulty.

“It is with great pleasure to announce that I will be racing with Trident this year,” claimed Novalak. “I am very honoured to sign up with such a distinguished group and also I want to take this chance to attain my objectives.

“I had an amazing experience with the team last year throughout post season testing, and I really felt at one with the crew. Hence, I am extremely looking forwards to racing under the Trident colours for 2021.”

Having shown his ability in British F3 in 2019, winning the title, Trident will certainly be greater than knowledgeable about the rate Novalak, and also his colleague David Schumacher, will certainly bring and also an additional great year will certainly be anticipated.

Team supervisor Giacomo Ricci included: “Clément is an incredibly rapid and also affordable racer that has a great deal of top qualities. He is passionate and also definitely devoted to the job, I actually like his strategy and also job approach.

“We are thrilled that he becomes part of our line-up for the 2021 FIA Formula 3 Championship. He excited the group in the postseason examinations and also developed excellent chemistry with all its participants. I make certain that he is currently established for a really affordable period under our banner.

“In 2020, he showed his full abilities, albeit with ups and downs. If he will make the step forward that I expect, he will be among the leading contenders in 2021.”

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