Arthur Rogeon confirmed in Rodin Motorsport’s GB3 line-up for 2024

Published on Thursday, February 29, 2024

Arthur Rogeon confirmed in Rodin Motorsport’s GB3 line-up for 2024

Rodin Motorsport has confirmed that Arthur Rogeon will switch to the team for his GB3 Championship return.

The Frenchman made his single-seater debut in 2023, adapting quickly and impressively to GB3 machinery. He scored three podium finishes during the season, with the first of those coming as early as the sixth race of the campaign on the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit.

He demonstrated strong pace on several occasions, including a top-10 qualifying performance during his debut event at Oulton Park. He added podiums to his Silverstone effort at Snetterton, with second place, and at Zandvoort during the penultimate event of the year.

Rogeon started karting in 2017, quickly rising through the ranks of national karting in France before reaching international level, culminating in an appearance at the 2022 FIA World Karting Championships in Italy.

He becomes the second driver announced at the defending champions, alongside British F4 Champion Louis Sharp. The team is eyeing up even more success after a successful 2023 campaign that saw them claim another Driver’s title with Callum Voisin.


Arthur Rogeon said: “At Rodin Motorsport, they believe in my potential to fight for victory. There’s always a little pressure when tackling such a challenge, but no stress. I'm going to have a winning car so it's up to me to do my best to make it happen. I know what has to be done; you have to be impeccable in all areas: the speed on the track, the work between sessions, the physical fitness and simulator preparation. In short, I will stack all the odds in my favour to compete at the front because that too is what will help me progress.”

Rodin Motorsport’s GB3 Team Manager Ricky Taylor said: “Arthur has already shown brilliant potential in the GB3 car and we are looking forward to seeing how he develops with us this year. We believe he is in a brilliant position, knowing a lot of the tracks and the car from 2023 will help him take that next step and eye up race wins. I look forward to working with him this season.”


Rate this article:
No rating
Comments (0)Number of views (123)