W Series champion Jamie Chadwick scores a second FIA F3 Asia Championship podium in Malaysia.
Chadwick registered her first top three finish in the F3 Asia Championship during the first race of the weekend on Friday, but the Williams development driver doubled up on her successes with another strong drive to third place.
While pleased with her first podium, Chadwick admitted that this second trip to the podium came with a twinge of regret after Nikita Mazepin slipped past into second as she found a way past championship leader Joey Alders.
“I’m a bit frustrated. Yesterday I was happy to be on the podium, today I’m a little bit frustrated to miss out on P2," said Chadwick. "I had a good start and slotted into P3 after the first lap. I was quite comfortable there.
"Joey’s pace was a bit quicker in the early laps but quite quickly started to drop off so I was able to capitalize to the point where he was really struggling with the pace when I started to attack. He didn’t make life easier for me so when I tried to pass him it allowed Nikita and Ukyo to close up, which then made it a four-way fight.
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