Drivers at a Glance | Clément Novalak

Clément Novalak is a French racing driver, born in 23rd December 2000. Having moved to the United Kingdom in the early 2010’s to have better chances in terms of racing standards, this is a short summary of Clément Novalak.

He started his karting career in France, where he grew up. Novalak competed in many championships around Europe including France, Sweden, Italy and the UK. By 2014, his successes has been recognised, to which he received backing from former karting champion and Hitech Grand Prix founder Oliver Oakes.

Novalak then made his debut in single seaters during the 2018 season of Formula Renault Eurocup and the Northern European cup. A string of unfortunate races and retirements meant he finished in 23rd for the Eurocup. He also competed in the BRDC British Formula 3 championship, this time backed by Carlin. Competing in 4 rounds of the season out of 8, he managed to finish in 18th. Along with the Formula 3 stints, Novalak also competed in the Toyota Racing Series with Giles Motorsport. Novalak managed to finish in 5th in the championship.

He stayed on in British Formula 3 to compete again with Carlin once more. A more successful stint over the season gave him the edge to win the championship.

For 2020, Carlin brought him up to FIA Formula 3, where he will be competing alongside Cameron Das and Enaam Ahmed. Coming off the back of BRDC F3 as champion, he’ll be wanting to keep that streak up into the new season.

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