Jack Harvey (racing driver)

Jack Harvey (born 15 April 1993 Bassingham, Lincolnshire, England ) is a British racing driver. He won the 2012 British Formula 3 Championship. 2013, he raced in the GP3 Series.


Like most racers began his career in karting Harvey, where he was active from 2002 to 2008. Among other things, he won the 2007 FIA KF3 Championship and in 2008 was master of the FIA Asia-Pacific KF2 Championship. In 2009 he moved to the Formula racing and competed in the European Formula BMW for Fortec Motorsport. He won a race and finished seventh in the championship 's second best rookie behind Frijns. In 2010 he stayed with Fortec Motorsport and denied his second season in the Formula BMW Europe. Harvey took the first race of the season the lead in the drivers' championship and kept them until last weekend, in which he lost the lead to Frijns and finally with seven wins was runner-up.

2011 Harvey moved to Carlin in the British Formula 3 Championship. He won a race and finished the season as the worst pilot of his team in ninth place in the driver standings. In 2012, he played his second season in the British Formula 3 for Carlin. He succeeded already in the first race to achieve victory. With a total of seven races won Harvey decided the championship ahead of his teammate Jazeman Jaafar for themselves. He sat down with 319 by 306 points compared to Jaafar.

2013 Harvey went into the GP3 Series for ART Grand Prix, the champion team of the preseason, at the start. In the main race at the Silverstone Circuit, he scored his first victory. Another victory was the sprint race at Monza. Harvey was defeated team Facu Regalia internally and Conor Daly and was fifth overall with 114 points.


Harvey is sponsored by the Formula 1 team McLaren.


Career stations

  • 2002-2008: Karting
  • 2009: European Formula BMW ( 7th place)
  • 2010: European Formula BMW (2nd place)
  • 2011: British Formula 3 ( 9th place)
  • 2012: British Formula 3 (Master)
  • 2013: GP3 Series ( 5th place)

Individual results in the GP3 Series