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Lucca Allen is Back On Track!

One of Ireland’s leading single-seater drivers, Lucca Allen will be back on track this weekend. The 18-year-old from Co. Cork will travel to Sportsland Sugo, Japan, to compete in Round 4 of the Super Formula Lights Formula 3 Championship with Albirex RT.

After kickstarting his Formula 3 career in 2020 with an impressive brace of top 6 finishes he returned back to Japan in 2021 but missed out on the first three rounds due to the pandemic leaving him with insufficient sponsor budget. “I am over the moon to announce I will be back racing this weekend with Albirex RT in Super Formula lights at Sugo. After months of hard work and meetings it feels great to finally get a deal done and to be getting back behind the wheel. Thank you to all my sponsors in making this happen and to all who believed in me. “

Although this is Allens first visit to that track he is confident he can make good progress with the team, “It will be a challenging weekend, jumping in mid-season and also learning a brand new track, but we have faced these challenges before and always rose above”. The weekend will consist of a qualifying session on the Saturday morning followed by three races.

To follow the races you can watch them live on the Super Formula Lights Youtube Channel, or Follow Lucca’s progress via his social media platforms, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

About Lucca Allen:

Lucca Is an 18 year old Irish Racing Champion who is now competing in the prestigious Super Formula Lights Championship.
Lucca started karting at the age of 9 in 2012. he demonstrated his raw talent, speed and skill and quickly worked up the karting ranks winning his first national championship in his 3rd year and every other regional championship he entered along the way. He represented Ireland for the karting world finals on two occasions.
At just 15 years of age Lucca progressed to the world-renowned British F4 championship and in just his second full year of F4 he signed for the SEA FIA F4 championship and was crowned South East Asia FIA F4 Champion beating talents from all over the world with 12 wins, 28 podiums, 5 poles and 9 fastest laps from 40 races.