Last season, GP3 rookie Mitch Evans became the youngest driver in the series to win a race. The year began well, as he took points in his first race before winning the feature in Spain from pole. The Kiwi went on to finish third in the Valencia feature. His second half of the season was not so good, as Mitch made some driving errors and only scored three more points – two for pole in Germany (a dry to wet race) and one for an eighth place at Monza. His qualifying results, however, were excellent. As he signs for Arden for another year, let’s see if he can translate that to more results for the team.
Mitch is joined by Italian driver David Fumanelli, while his 2011 GP3 teammate Simon Trummer moves up to Arden’s GP2 team. His other teammate Lewis Williamson will be driving for the team in Formula Renault 3.5 as they join the series for the first time.