The young pilot Cem Bölükbaşı, who showed his success on virtual tracks on real tracks, received applause for his performance in the first leg of the Formula 3 Asian Championship in Dubai, which consists of three races.
Cem Bölükbaşı, who made a name in the world with his story of transition from esports to real tracks and his high performance, made a good start in the Formula 3 Asia championship, which he participated for the first time in his career. In the first round of the championship, consisting of 3 races and held at Dubai Autodrome, Bölükbaşı, who rose to the 23th place with the points he collected among 8 pilots, displayed a superior performance against the experienced pilots.
Young talent started the tournament fast
In the first round of three races, held at Dubai Autodrome between 29-30 January, Cem Bölükbaşı finished the races 23, 7 and 9, respectively, and ranked 8th in the overall table with 12 points. Having achieved great success in his first experience in Formula 8, the young driver is getting ready for a total of 3 races in the upcoming rounds of the championship with the Black Arts Racing team, the last team champion of the Formula 3 Asian championship. The next leg of the championship is Yas Marina track in Abu Dhabi, which is also included in the Formula 12 calendar. The second round of the championship, which will be held on February 1-4, 5, will be the scene of three different races.
The young racer, who took part in the championship with the main support of Doğuş Group, zamCurrently Turkey Tourism Promotion and Development Agency, Rixos Hotels, Blue Jeans and TEM has also backed by the Agency.
Dubai Consul General of the Republic of Turkey Cem Bölükbaşı and Policy, visited the team after the race sword, conveyed his congratulations.
Taking firm steps towards the highest level in motorsports
The young racing driver, who got his first Formula 3 experience in 2019 at the 9th leg of Formula Renault Eurocup, at the Hockenheim track, managed to attract attention with this first successful performance in the single-seater race. Bölükbaşı, which is closely followed by the authorities as one of the most successful and rare examples of the transition from esports to real racing, shared the steering of the Borusan Otomotiv Motorsport (BOM) team in the GT2019 European Championship in 2020 and 4 seasons; He finished the 2020 season on the second podium in the Pro-AM classification of the BOM team.