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A win, the future and James Winslow’s side of the F3 story

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James WInslow had a success race at Bathurst as he looks to take the next step in his career (photo: Australian F3/Nathan Wong)
James Winslow had a success race at Bathurst as he looks to take the next step in his career (photo: Australian F3/Nathan Wong)

James Winslow took to the grid at Bathurst in the Australian Formula 3 Championship with the #1 on the front of his car.  The 2012 Champion was quick at Bathurst, taking a win and a second – but his win came in controversial circumstances after a final lap clash with Steel Guiliana.

James was eager to tell his side of the story, along with taking us through his weekend.  It is an interesting story and we will leave it to you to decide who, if anyone was in the wrong in the Winslow/Guiliana incident.

He continued to tell us about his future ambitions – figuring that four F3 titles won around the world is enough – despite still enjoying driving an F3.

We also talked to James last year about his F3 Championship.

The Australian F3 Championship will take place over seven rounds in 2013.

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Interview by Sam Tickell, April 2013

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