Max Marzorati to complete the British F3 season with Chris Dittmann Racing Team

Max Marzorati

Max Marzorati has joined the Chris Dittmann Racing team for the final two events of this year’s BRDC British Formula 3 Championship.

Marzorati was offered the chance to fill the teams vacant seat Donnington Park this weekend, before final event of the season at Silverstone on November 7th.

Adrian Flux are pleased to confirm their sponsorship of Marzorati will be unchanged after his move to Chris Dittmann Racing. 

Max Marzorati

The 20-year-old, who is in his first season in the British F3 Championship, may have only been racing for six years, but he has already made a name for himself in the world of motorsport.

Having already won races in the Renault UK Clio Cup Junior competition in what was his very first car race and narrowly missed out on the title in 2017.  

For the past two years Marzorati has been competing in Formula Ford 1600 single-seater competitions and chalked up podium finishes in the Formula Ford Festival and at the UK’s historic Brands Hatch circuit in the Champion of Brands championship. 

The young driver is now testing his capabilities in the British F3 championship, which is famed for producing several of the UK’s greatest racing drivers in the past, with for competitors going on to compete in Formula 1, Formula E and the prestigious Le Mans 24 Hours. 

Marzorati began his career aged 13, in karts and went on to win a club title in his first season in 2014 at the demanding Rye House circuit.

With over 50 years experience providing specialist and classic car and home insurance, Adrian Flux is the perfect partner to join Max on the road to historic racing greatness.

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