Ayumu Iwasa is a Japanese racing driver currently competing in the FIA Formula 2 Championship with DAMS.
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Ayumu Iwasa previously raced in the FIA Formula 3 Championship with Hitech Grand Prix.
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Ayumu Iwasa is a member of the Red Bull Junior Team and the 2020 French F4 champion.
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Ayumu Iwasa competed in the JAF Junior Karting Championship FP in the junior class during his karting career.
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Ayumu Iwasa made his single-seater debut in 2017 in the F4 Japanese Championship competing in two races for B-Max Racing, finishing 15th in both of them.
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Ayumu Iwasa took pole for both races and finished both races in second place.
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In that year Ayumu Iwasa finished third in the final round of the JAF F4 Suzuka series.
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Ayumu Iwasa did his first full season of car racing in the Suzuka Racing School's Single Seater Series in 2019, where he won the title.
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At the start of 2021 Ayumu Iwasa competed in the F3 Asian Championship, partnering Roy Nissany, Roman Stanek and Reece Ushijima.
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Ayumu Iwasa scored his only podium of the campaign in the first race of the fourth round at the Dubai Autodrome and ended up eighth in the championship.
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Ayumu Iwasa's focus for the year would lie in the FIA Formula 3 Championship, where he drove for the same team alongside Stanek and fellow Red Bull Junior Jak Crawford.
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Ayumu Iwasa achieved his second podium in the category at Zandvoort, finishing third behind Arthur Leclerc and Logan Sargeant in the first race.
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