Motorsport news | Desperate plea after race car reported stolen
The search is on for a race car after it suspiciously went missing.
Evans GP, which competes in the FIA Formula Regional Asian Championship, took to social media to report the recent disappearance of its Formula 3 car.
This year’s five-round series came to a close in late February in the United Arab Emirates, at which point it is believed the car was shipped to Europe.
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The team thinks the car is now in Germany and is in the hands of individuals affiliated with motorsport.
An Evans GP-owned Formula 3 car has been reported stolen (Supplied)
Evans GP is run by expatriate Australian Josh Evans, who only last year started up the eponymous team.
“Evans GP would like to alert the wider motorsport community that they have had one of their Tatuus T318 / Alfa Romeo vehicles stolen,” the post read.
“We believe the current location to be in Germany.
“Please keep an eye out for anyone trying to sell a vehicle, engine and related parts.
“We believe the perpetrator to be involved in the motorsport industry.
“We will post updates here as they come to hand. For further details do not hesitate to contact the team directly.
“Please feel free to share this post to help spread the word amongst the industry.”
At its peak, Evans GP ran four cars in the Formula Regional Asian Championship last year.
The championship a third-tier Formula 1 feeder series behind the FIA Formula 2 Championship and alongside the FIA Formula 3 Championship.
The 2023 season begins in January with races at the Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix host venus Yas Marina Circuit, Dubai Autodrome and Kuwait Motor Town.
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