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A karting sensation in his native Finland, Niko emerged as a champion during his very first year of single-seater competition, winning a Formula 4 title aged just 15. That success paved the way for a swift move up the single-seater ladder via the FIA F3 European Championship.
The 20-year-old has proved his pace and adaptability in a range of Formula 3 categories, taking multiple race victories and podium finishes, while he also sampled Formula 2 competition in 2018.
Igor is one of a growing number of racers that have achieved motor racing success both in the real world and in cyberspace, having established himself as an accomplished eSports participant. The Brazilian has competed in the Formula 1 eSports series, the FIA’s Gran Turismo competition, and won McLaren’s Shadow Project.
Moving into singe-seaters in 2019, Igor raced in the Formula Regional European Championship. The 21-year-old belied his lack of experience to claim multiple victories and third in the final standings. He then went on to prove he’s ready for the step up to FIA Formula 3 by winning the prestigious 2020 Toyota Racing Series title in February.
David, who hails from a family that has recorded extensive motorsport success, has forged his own path towards the top. Having won in F4, the youngster maintained that form into his rookie Formula Regional European Championship campaign, taking four victories as he fought for the 2019 title.
The German took his nascent steps in FIA Formula 3 at the end of last year when he linked up with Charouz Racing System at the Macau Grand Prix, impressing many with his pace – as a category rookie – on the challenging street circuit.
The F3/20 car features an aerodynamic package that has been optimised to enhance overtaking opportunities.
The spec chassis F3/20 is powered by a 3.4-litre, six cylinder, normally-aspirated engine that produces 380hp at 8000rpm.
The Charouz Racing System-engineered cars are capable of powering Igor, David and Niko to a top speed of 300km/h.
The FIA F3 Championship, which made its on-track debut in 2019, is regarded as the perfect training ground for drivers that want to graduate to F2 .