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Pepe Martí starts 2022 by taking a step forward and will be in the Asian F3.

The Spanish driver returns to the United Arab Emirates to compete in the five race weekends of the Formula Regional Asian Championship and begins his career with an F3 car.

He will form part of the Pinnacle Motorsports team, last seasons runner-up, which is one of the most prestigious on the grid.

“I am very happy to compete in this championship and add to my experience in F3. After the Valencia test I really look forward to competing".

Pepe Martí starts his second season in single-seaters and heads to the Formula Regional Asian Championship, where he will make his official competitive debut with a Formula 3 car. A total of five race weekends will be held, taking place on two very different tracks: the world-renowned Yas Marina Circuit (Abu Dhabi) and the Dubai Autodrome.

The driver from Barcelona will be part of the successful Pinnacle Motorsports F3 team who are considered to be one of the best on the grid. Martí carried out his first test with an F3 last November and will make his competitive debut in a car with similar characteristics and performance.

“I am very happy to compete in this championship and to add to my experience in F3. After the Valencia test I really look forward to competing. I am very motivated to start working and continue learning with Pinnacle Motorsports, it is a great team and last year they finished second in F3 UAE”.

The driver from Barcelona takes a step forward in his sports career after a successful 2021 in F4 UAE and the F4 Spanish Championship, where he left his mark with a total of 3 wins, 13 podiums, 2 pole positions and 2 fastest laps between both competitions. In F4 UAE he achieved a victory and finished seventh in the drivers standing, despite being hit by another driver in the first race, which forced him to miss two test sessions.

Now he returns to the Emirates Arab Emirates, moving up a step, in a high level competition where drivers who already have victories in the FIA F3 take part, and full of future promises like Martí himself.

"There will be a high level and it won't be easy, but that doesn't mean we are not aiming to win. I think the fact that I have been to both circuits in the past favours me. Also, with the recent changes, the Yas Marina now has faster corners and that gives me an extra motivation", says the 16 year old driver.

The first round will start on 22 January at the Yas Marina Circuit. It will be followed by three consecutive weekends at the Dubai Autodrome before returning to Abu Dhabi for the grand finale on 20 February.


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