Douglas Motorsport and Ulysse De Pauw will be continuing their blossoming partnership in 2020, with the Belgian ace returning to the team for a second season in the BRDC British F3 Championship.

After finishing third overall in the French F4 Championship during his maiden season of single-seater racing in 2018, the Belgian racer graduated to British F3 last year and kicked off a competitive campaign with an impressive fourth place finish in the opening race.

Establishing himself as a regular top six contender throughout the season, the 18 year old enjoyed two standout podium results in the second half of the year. A breakthrough second place at Donington Park was followed by a third at Brands Hatch, helping him to seventh in the final points standings.

De Pauw, who races with the support of a loyal group of partners including AutoTrends Magazine and DRM Motorsport, is Douglas Motorsport’s third confirmed driver for the 2020 season, joining Kiern Jewiss and Manaf Hijjawi at the Corby-based squad.

Everyone at Douglas Motorsport is really pleased to be welcoming Ulysse back for a second season in the BRDC British F3 Championship. Alongside Kiern and Manaf, we feel we have a great line-up for the year ahead.

“Ulysse made fantastic progression across the 2019 campaign and richly deserved his two podium finishes. He ended the year in a strong position and with a good pre-season testing programme under his belt, he’ll certainly be one to watch when the season starts.

Wayne Douglas

Team Principal

I’m very happy to be back for a second season with Douglas Motorsport. After signing with the team quite late in 2019, I wasn’t fully ready for the start of the season however I felt I improved a lot during the year thanks to the team and our speed was very good by the end.

“I can’t wait to start 2020. I am confident that the package from Douglas Motorsport will be one to watch closely! I would like to thank everyone involved that’s made it happen, as I wouldn’t be here without the support I’ve got.

Ulysse De Pauw

Douglas Motorsport