FIA F3 European Championship
Hockenheim – Race 3

Start: 10.55 (GMT+02:00)  |  Grid slot: P5

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A journey to the top

Climbing the ladder of international motor racing, Sweden’s Joel Eriksson is devoted to life in the fast lane. Finishing as FIA Formula 3 European vice-champion in 2017, Joel steps into a works BMW drive for the 2018 DTM campaign, taking on the established stars of the high-profile championship. Take your seat for a journey aimed just one way: to the top.

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Time table (GMT+08:00)

Thursday 15 November
Free Practice 1: 09.55-10.35
Qualifying 1: 14.20-15.00

Friday 16 November
Free Practice 2: 11.30-12.10
Qualifying 2: 15.10-15.50

Saturday 17 November
Qualification Race (10 laps): 09.00

Sunday 18 November
Main Race (15 laps): 15.30

Championship standings

After 20/20 races

1: Gary Paffett (GBR), Mercedes, 255 p.
2: René Rast (GER), Audi, 251 p. 
3: Paul di Resta (GBR), Mercedes, 233 p.
4: Marco Wittmann (GER), BMW, 164 p.
5: Timo Glock (GER), BMW, 144 p.

14: Joel Eriksson (SWE), BMW, 72 p.

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Joel Eriksson

Born: 28 June, 1998
Lives: Tomelilla (SWE)
Club: Kristianstad Karting Club


Team: BMW Team RBM
Engine: 4-litre V8, 500+ bhp


2017: Swedish junior driver of the year
Swedish junior driver of the year
2015: Swedish young driver of the year
2015: International accomplishment
2015: Swedish junior driver of the year
2014: Swedish young driver of the year
2014: Rydell Special Award

Swedish National Team

Joel Eriksson is part of the Swedish National Team of motor racing, being the scheme’s youngest representative.

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DTM – Round 10 – Hockenheim


The DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters) is Germany’s top racing series, and the leading touring car championship of the world. The 2018 season spans ten weekends of racing, with five rounds taking place in Germany and five in other European countries. Joel Eriksson is one of six works drivers spearheading BMW’s main factory attack.

The cars used in the DTM are custom-built for the championship by its three manufacturers: BMW, Audi and Mercedes-Benz. The bodywork is designed to replicate the look of normal road cars, but the performance is more in line with a single-seater racer. The DTM engines provide more than 500 bhp. All drivers are employed by the manufacturers directly, ensuring a high standard of competition throughout the field.  

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