Jonathan Kennard driving an Arrows A3 into third place in the FIA Masters Historic Formula One Race, at the 2017 Silverstone Classic
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Dimensions:3048 x 2382 px | 25.8 x 20.2 cm | 10.2 x 7.9 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:29 July 2017
Location:Silverstone Circuit, Towcester, UK
Jonathan Kennard (born 26 June 1985 in Tunbridge Wells, England) is a British racing driver. He has won 2 series titles, Formula Palmer Audi in 2004 and the FPA Winter Trophy the previous year in 2003. He has also completed several tests for the WilliamsF1 team. He is race winner in both the National class (2005) and Championship class (2007) of British Formula Three. He also ran at the Zolder F3 Masters in 2007 and the Macau Grand Prix in 2007. In 2009 he raced in the Superleague Formula for A.S. Roma in the 2009 season. He returned to the series driving for CR Flamengo at the Monza round of the series while Enrique Bernoldi was on FIA GT duty. In 2010 he raced in the Le Mans Series for the Kruse Schiller Motorsport Team in the LMP2 Class using a Lola Judd. He also finished the Le Mans 24hrs on his first attempt with the same team. He is also the FIA Formula Two Test Driver. The Arrows A3 was a Formula One car which the Arrows team used to compete in the 1980 and 1981 Formula One seasons. After the failure of the A2 in the 1979 Formula One season, the A3 was a very conventional design. The A3 featured a short wheelbase and conventional front nose and rear wing. The only aerodynamic novelty was a gearbox enclosure to reduce drag. The car was used in 1981, as Arrows did not have the resources to create a car with hydropneumatic suspension like the Brabham BT49.