Lundqvist already set a new lap record in qualifying on Friday. In today’s competition, he led each lap up to waved a checkered goalie.
The Swede was finally 3.4 seconds ahead of much-admired Indy Lights, David Malukas.
– That was an almost perfect race. I was a little worried about the start because I hardly had any time to go for this part of this car, but it went well and I didn’t have to defend myself in the first corner. Then I tried to build a gap during the first 10 laps, and then it was just a ride to the end, Lundqvist says in a press release.
The Lundqvist would also start the Sunday race in first place because he had the fastest time of the day.
I can barely wait for the second race tomorrow and the goal of course is to repeat that after that.
Linus Lundqvist has previously participated in other F3 contexts and achieved his biggest success when he won the British F3 Championship in 2018.
When SVT Sport met Linus Lundqvist this spring, he participated in a virtual contest in the series he is now allowed to compete in – and won on his first entry.
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