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From P14 to P1 in Hampton Downs: Roman Bilinski continues to impress

Roman Bilinski’s outstanding season in the 2024 Castrol Toyota FR Oceania continued at Hampton Downs as he converted a P14 in the first qualifying session to a dominant race win, defying the rain as well as his on track competition.

Qualifying 2 went much more satisfactory as he clinched clinch his third pole in the third championship round. Piloting for M2 Competition, Bilinski’s impressive lap, seven tenths faster than the previous race lap record, positioned him first for the Dorothy Smith Memorial Trophy race.

In a dry and settled Sunday morning qualifying session, Bilinski faced tough competition from fellow drivers, including his teammate Gerrard Xie. The session saw constant changes in the fastest lap time, with Bilinski ultimately stealing pole position by three hundredths of a second.

Reflecting on his last-minute pole, Bilinski said, “I pushed hard on the out lap and gave it everything on the last lap. It was really tricky, but the car was great.”

The session had its share of drama, with a red flag caused by Landan Matriano-Lim’s spin and stall. Despite the interruption, Bilinski’s skill and determination shone through as he secured the pole position for the second feature race of the day.

The second qualifying session of the day left him in P14 in less than ideal starting conditions after his earlier display of dominance. Taking a gamble in the afternoon rains of Hampton Downs paid off and Bilinski converted the P14 into an impressive race win.

Fuelled by his victory in Race 1, he went on to cap off Round 3 with a second and third place – a remarkable performance all weekend round that extended his lead in the championship standings.

As the championship progresses, Roman Bilinski remains a formidable force, showcasing consistent excellence and increasing his title prospects. The upcoming races at Euromarque Motorsport Park in Christchurch will undoubtedly provide more thrilling moments as Bilinski continues his pursuit of the 2024 Castrol Toyota FR Oceania Championship.


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In Paul Ricard Roman claims his first Rookie win in Formula 3

GB3 Season

7 podiums 3 wins, only person this season to get a triple podium in one weekend 


Spa F3 2021


Hard Charger’ Award at the 2018 Ginetta Junior Winter Series

Rookie 1st Place

2018 Ginetta Junior Winter Series

Nigel Mansel Trophy

Most promising driver

Wins Rissington Honda Cadet Champion


Formula 4

26 race starts; 3 podiums; 1 fastest lap; 156 points.

Ginetta Juniors (2019)

14 race starts; 1 podium; 1 pole position; 87 points.

Voted Autosports number 3

in top GB3 drivers

SPA Francorchamps Winner

GB3 class


For more information about Roman Bilinski contact Amanda Bilinska on 07785 726277 or email


Roman Bilinski Racing contact in Poland:
Tel : +44 7710 118054


Contact for media in Poland:
Tomasz Zimiński
MSL Group
Tel. +48 882 140 103