Jimmy Eriksson's 2013 GP3 Performance

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Top 16 Starts
3 of 16
Finishes
13 of 16
DNF's
3 of 16
25th Position
12th x1 Highest Finish
19th Average Position
16 Starts

Eriksson Championship Position

22ndThe national flag of ArgentinaE. LichtensteinCarlin0
23rdThe national flag of AngolaL. Sá SilvaCarlin0
24thThe national flag of San MarinoE. ZonziniTrident0
25thThe national flag of SwedenJ. ErikssonStatus Grand Prix0
26thThe national flag of VenezuelaS. GomezJenzer Motorsport0
27thThe national flag of IrelandR. CreganTrident0
28thThe national flag of Great BritainJ. WebsterStatus Grand Prix0

GP3 Results

GridPositionPointsTotal
1 The national flag of Spain Spain 14 19th 0
2 The national flag of Spain Spain DNF 0
3 The national flag of Spain Spain 22 18th 0
4 The national flag of Spain Spain 16th 0
5 The national flag of Great Britain Great Britain 23 18th 0
6 The national flag of Great Britain Great Britain 21st 0
7 The national flag of Germany Germany 19 DNF 0
8 The national flag of Germany Germany 24 18th 0
9 The national flag of Hungary Hungary 20 13th 0
10 The national flag of Hungary Hungary 13 12th 0
11 The national flag of Belgium Belgium 22 17th 0
12 The national flag of Belgium Belgium 17 15th 0
13 The national flag of Italy Italy 21 13th 0
14 The national flag of Italy Italy 13 DNF 0
15 The national flag of UAE UAE 18 24th 0
16 The national flag of UAE UAE 23 26th 0

Current Form

Shows the finishing position over the last 16 races.

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Eriksson's Season

Jimmy Eriksson is a 30 year old driver from Sweden, for 2013 he is competing in GP3 with Status Grand Prix and sits 25th in the standings after 16 races.

Failing to make it to the top ten this season will be a bitter blow, closing the gap to the midfield runners and capitalising on mistakes in front could help Eriksson get closer to the vital point scoring positions.Eriksson has struggled with some non-finishes this season, avoiding more would be paramount to a successful campaign in 2013.