Donington 2: Green makes amends

After losing his victory in the first race of the day due to a technical infringement Jamie Green made amends in style, winning the second round of the British Formula 3 championship at Donington Park

Donington 2: Green makes amends

The Briton started from the pole again, and pulled away from the lights into a lead he was never to lose. Carlin Motorsport team-mate Alan van der Merwe, who inherited victory in race one, chased Green for the whole race distance to finish second.

Third place went to Nelson Piquet Jr, who was also out to make amends after he was unable to start the first race following the disqualification of his qualifying time.

Rob Austin claimed fourth after surviving an early scrap with Richard Antinucci. The American tried a brave pass going into the craner curves on lap two but spun off. He eventually recovered to finish 11th.

Ronnie Bremer finished fifth, ahead of Adam Carroll, who gave an impressive debut to the new Lola-Dome chassis.

Steven Kane took victory in the scholarship class, but trouble once again befell the category pace setter, Ernesto Viso. The Venezuelan was leading the category, but crashed out of the race whilst avoiding the spinning Antinucci.

Jamie Green Carlin Motorsport Dallara Mugen-Honda
Alan van der Merwe Carlin Motorsport Dallara Mugen-Honda
Nelson Piquet Jr Piquet Sports Dallara Mugen-Honda
Rob Austin Menu Motorsport Dallara Opel
Ronnie Bremer Carlin Motorsport Dallara Mugen-Honda
Adam Carroll Sweeney Racing Lola-Dome Opel
Robert Dahlgren Fortec Motorsport Dallara Renault
Danny Watts Hitech Racing Dallara Renault
Ernani Judice Promatecme Dallara Mugen-Honda
Fabio Carbone Fortec Motorsport Dallara Renault

Steven Kane T-Sport Dallara Mugen-Honda
Karun Chandhok T-Sport Dallara Mugen-Honda
Ivor McCullough Meritus Racing Dallara Mugen-Honda

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