About Linus

Aiming for the top

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The journey has just begun

Sweden’s Linus Lundqvist is the reigning Formula Regional Americas champion, winning the title on his debut in 2020. He is also a former champion in the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship and Sweden’s Formula STCC Nordic series.

From Stockholm, Sweden, Linus won the Formula STCC Nordic single-seater title in 2016, before descending on the UK in 2017 for an attack on the Formula 4 British Championship. Despite suffering a sequence of frustrating technical setbacks, he finished fifth overall in his rookie year, claiming five race wins and 11 podiums. His pace was further underpinned by five pole positions and nine fastest race laps – the most out of all drivers in the series.

2018 saw the success story reverberate in resounding style. The step up to British Formula 3, one of the world’s most esteemed junior single-seater series, emphatically confirmed the potential that makes Linus an ever-hotter property within the motorsport landscape. Winning the very first race of his rookie F3 season, victories kept coming aplenty throughout the campaign, culminating in the ultimate reward: the championship title.

Becoming the first Swede since Stefan Johansson in 1980 to win the coveted championship, Linus follows in the wheel tracks of motoring greats such as Jackie Stewart, Ayrton Senna and Mika Häkkinen as champions of British Formula 3.

Adding to his 2018 success, Linus also won the Sunoco Whelen Challenge; one of motorsport’s most valuable prizes worth more than $250 000 in the form of a Rolex 24 At Daytona drive. He duly took up his prize to complete his maiden endurance race during the American 24-hour classic in January 2019, driving a Lamborghini Huracán GT3.

Linus’ main 2019 programme, however, revolved around the increasingly popular Euroformula Open single-seater series, featuring an attractive calendar that took in some of Europe’s top racing venues. Finishing fifth overall, and second among the rookies, it marked another valuable experience.

2020 saw Linus debut on the American single-seater arena, moving across the Atlantic to compete in the Formula Regional Americas championship. Dominating the campaign en route to 15 wins from 17 races, Linus established five new track records and led the way in every single qualifying session of the year.

Taking home a rock-solid title, Linus is awarded a scholarship to compete in the 2021 Indy Lights championship courtesy of Honda.

The journey has just begun

Sweden’s Linus Lundqvist is the reigning Formula Regional Americas champion, winning the title on his debut in 2020. He is also a former champion in the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship and Sweden’s Formula STCC Nordic series.

From Stockholm, Sweden, Linus won the Formula STCC Nordic single-seater title in 2016, before descending on the UK in 2017 for an attack on the Formula 4 British Championship. Despite suffering a sequence of frustrating technical setbacks, he finished fifth overall in his rookie year, claiming five race wins and 11 podiums. His pace was further underpinned by five pole positions and nine fastest race laps – the most out of all drivers in the series.

2018 saw the success story reverberate in resounding style. The step up to British Formula 3, one of the world’s most esteemed junior single-seater series, emphatically confirmed the potential that makes Linus an ever-hotter property within the motorsport landscape. Winning the very first race of his rookie F3 season, victories kept coming aplenty throughout the campaign, culminating in the ultimate reward: the championship title.

Becoming the first Swede since Stefan Johansson in 1980 to win the coveted championship, Linus follows in the wheel tracks of motoring greats such as Jackie Stewart, Ayrton Senna and Mika Häkkinen as champions of British Formula 3.

Adding to his 2018 success, Linus also won the Sunoco Whelen Challenge; one of motorsport’s most valuable prizes worth more than $250 000 in the form of a Rolex 24 At Daytona drive. He duly took up his prize to complete his maiden endurance race during the American 24-hour classic in January 2019, driving a Lamborghini Huracán GT3.

Linus’ main 2019 programme, however, revolved around the increasingly popular Euroformula Open single-seater series, featuring an attractive calendar that took in some of Europe’s top racing venues. Finishing fifth overall, and second among the rookies, it marked another valuable experience.

2020 saw Linus debut on the American single-seater arena, moving across the Atlantic to compete in the Formula Regional Americas championship. Dominating the campaign en route to 15 wins from 17 races, Linus established five new track records and led the way in every single qualifying session of the year.

Taking home a rock-solid title, Linus is awarded a scholarship to compete in the 2021 Indy Lights championship courtesy of Honda.

Born 26 March, 1999

Lives Tyresö, Stockholm

Club KAK

2020 Programme Formula Regional Americas

Team Global Racing Group

THE CAREER Year by year

2019

Taking on the big tracks in Euroformula Open.

2018

Entering the history books – Linus clinches BRDC British F3 Championship title.

2017

Victorious season in British F4 heralds start of international single-seater attack.

2016

Clean-sweep at home: Linus dominates Scandinavia’s Formula STCC Nordic.

2015

First season of car racing marks beginning of new era.

Karting

The formative years, 2007-2014.

CV

Stats and awards summed up.

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