Jaden Pariat becomes first Indian in six years to finish on podium in British F4 C’ship

Jaden Pariat becomes first Indian in six years to finish on podium in British F4 C’ship

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Category : Sports Published on: May 01 2023

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  • Young Indian racer Jaden Pariat of Argenti Motorsport displayed his talent by finishing on the podium in the first round of the ROKiT British F4 Championship at Donington Park in Leicestershire.
  • He is only the second Indian to get an international podium in a Tatuus F4 car after Kush Maini in 2017.
  • Despite a difficult start where he qualified in 17th place, he managed to secure a third-place finish in Race 2.
  • In Race 1, he gained six places and finished in 11th position, while in Race 3, he overtook five cars and finished 12th in wet conditions. Jaden is supported by Minerva Virtual School, Lyca Radio, and Bobatree.
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