Formula Palmer Audi Champion Ryan Lewis expects to resume his Formula Three test programme with a two-day outing in the hands of T-Sport at Oulton Park on 9-10 December as he gears up to graduate to the series next season.

The 19-year old, who was recently short-listed to receive the Human Performance Institute Scholarship, is still weighing up his options for 2004, but has his eyes firmly set on F3 after impressive test outings with both Manor Motorsport and Team SYR towards the end of the 2003 season.

"Formula Three is definitely where I'll be in 2004," Lewis said, "At the moment, I just need to look at all the options.

"T-Sport has a good pedigree - they've won races and had a lot of success, just missing out on winning the Scholarship class. Having already had a couple of successful tests in F3, I'm really looking forward to getting back out there again."

Brackley-based T-Sport, the junior team to Carlin Motorsport, enjoyed considerable success in the Scholarship class this year, narrowly missing out on the title with 2001 McLaren Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Steven Kane and also taking third with Formula Asia champion Karun Chandhok.



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