Enthusiasts: Formula 3: Red-Bull-Junior Hadjar wins to start

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The British Top Talent Oliver Bearman has missed a victory with his debut in Formula 3 unhappy.

Formel 3: Red-Bull-Junior Hadjar siegt zum Auftakt © Provided by sport1.de Formula 3: Red-Bull-Junior Hadjar wins to start

The British Top Talent Oliver Bearman has missed a victory with his debut in Formula 3 unhappy. The 16-year-old in the Prema-Bolien crossed the finish line at the season opener in Bahrain, but was confirmed due to a disregard of the distance limitation with a 5-second penalty. The victory went to another debutant: Isack Hadjar (Hitech) from France moved up.

of the Russian Alexander Smoljar (MP Motorsport), which may attend FIA decision under neutral flag, became third.

Hadjar belongs to Red Bulls Junior Team, Bearman is promoted in the Young Academy of Ferrari. Last year, the Briton won the German ADAC Formula 4 and the Italian counterpart.

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