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Further Carlin test for Idafar.

Menasheh Idafar has enjoyed a second Formula 3 test outing at Pembrey after rejoining Carlin Motorsport for another run in one of the team's British F3 International Series National Class cars.

Following on from his Formula 3 test debut with Carlin at the South Wales venue a month ago, the British-born Bahraini took the opportunity to run with the Hampshire based squad once more and completed around 120 laps at the wheel of a Mugen-Honda powered Dallara.

Enjoying a fully dry day of testing throughout, Idafar re-adapted well to the demands of F3 and produced encouraging times over the course of the day.

“It was a very good day,” BRDC rising star Matt Shawyer, who was with Idafar for the day, said. “Menasheh was able to learn more about Formula 3 and ran competitively. There were no problems at all, he did a very good job.”


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