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Beganovic stays with PREMA for 2024 FIA F3 programme

Swedish racer to enter fifth consecutive season with the team

Beganovic stays with PREMA for 2024 FIA F3 programme

PREMA Racing is delighted to announce that Dino Beganovic will continue competing with the team in the 2024 FIA Formula 3 Championship. The 19-year-old Swede started his competitive career with PREMA in 2020, claiming third place in the Italian Formula 4 Championship.
A long-time member of the Ferrari Driver Academy, Beganovic moved to the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine for the following year, achieving his first pole and podium finish. The 2022 season underlined his outstanding growth, as he was off to a dominant run in the challenging European Championship. He went on to secure an early title with four wins, four poles, and twelve podiums to his name.
Earlier this year, he made his racing debut in FIA F3, becoming one of the most consistent runners of the series. Beganovic captured four podiums and eventually wrapped up his rookie season in sixth place.
Lining up for his second season in the series, he will look to capitalize on the gains made in 2023 for a full-season championship assault, having already delivered positive performances in postseason testing.

Rene Rosin - Team Principal
"We always enjoyed working with Dino. He is a quick and knowledgeable driver and works really well in our team’s environment. With the experience gained this year, he will make his challenge even more solid and by what we saw so far in testing, there is great promise for sure. We are very happy to continue the path we started together in 2020, and we look forward to seeing what the future will bring."

Dino Beganovic
"I'm super happy to confirm that I'm staying for another year with my team, PREMA Racing, in Formula 3. It's very nice to stay with the team as it will be our fifth year together. I cannot wait to continue the work we have done together throughout the years, starting from Formula 4. Our targets are clear and have been set high, but they are achievable. We will continue to focus on the testing sessions to prepare as much as possible for the first race next year."