|Félix Juan Serrallés|
June 24, 1992 |
Ponce, Puerto Rico
|2014 FIA European Formula 3 Championship|
|Current team||Team West-Tec|
|Former teams||Fortec Motorsports|
|11th in 2013|
|Toyota Racing Series
British Formula Three Championship
Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0
Formula Renault UK
Formula Renault UK Winter Cup
Skip Barber National Championship
Félix Juan Serrallés IV (born June 24, 1992) is a Puerto Rican racing driver. After gathering two second-place finishes in the Caribbean Karting Championship, Serrallés joined the Skip Barber National Championship and finished third. Afterwards, he was recruited by Fortec Motorsport and moved to Europe, where he debuted in the Formula Renault. By 2012, Serrallés had fully adapted to formula racing, remaining in the run for the British Formula Three Championship until the final race of the season and eventually finishing third. After being sidelined by a back injury for most of 2013, he joined Team West-Tec for the 2014 season of the European Formula 3 Championship.
Félix Juan Serrallés IV was born on 24 June 1992 in Ponce, Puerto Rico. He is the grandson of Puerto Rican Don Q rum magnate Félix Juan Serrallés, Jr., the president of Destilería Serrallés headquartered in the same town.
Skip Barber National Championship
After winning a scholarship in 2009 Skip Barber Shootout, Serrallés became a Mazdaspeed Development Driver and had a season in Skip Barber National Championship, where he finished third with two wins.
In 2010, Serrallés raced in Europe, taking part in the Formula Renault UK Winter Cup for Fortec Motorsport as a guest driver. He continued his collaboration with Fortec into 2011 and the Formula Renault Eurocup, scoring eight points-scoring finishes on his way to twelfth place in the series standings. He also appeared in Formula Renault UK in twelve of the season's twenty races as a guest driver and the Formula Renault UK Finals Series, where he claimed two podiums and finished eighth overall.
Toyota Racing Series
On 4 January 2012, it was announced that Serrallés had rejoined Fortec Motorsports for a season in the British Formula Three Championship. At the opening round of the season at Oulton Park, Serrallés qualified on the front row for the third race of the meeting, and after beating Carlin's Jack Harvey off the grid, Serrallés held his own in the lead and eventually claimed victory, becoming the first Puerto Rican to win in the series. He added a second victory a week later at Monza, winning the second race of the meeting in torrential rain.
|2009||Skip Barber National Championship||4||0||0||0||0||40||10th|
|2010||Skip Barber National Championship||14||2||0||5||8||376||3rd|
|U.S. F2000 National Championship||Liberty Motorsports||4||0||0||0||0||N/A||NC†|
|F2000 Championship Series||GTP Motorsports||4||0||0||0||0||N/A||NC†|
|Formula Renault UK Winter Series||Fortec Motorsport||4||0||0||0||0||N/A||NC†|
|2011||Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0||Fortec Motorsports||14||0||0||0||0||41||12th|
|Formula Renault UK||12||0||0||0||2||N/A||NC†|
|Formula Renault UK Finals Series||6||0||0||0||2||68||8th|
|2012||Toyota Racing Series||Giles Motorsport||12||1||0||0||2||547||8th|
|British Formula Three||Fortec Motorsports||28||5||3||5||13||299||3rd|
|2013||FIA European Formula 3 Championship||Fortec Motorsports||29||0||0||1||2||104||11th|
|British Formula Three||3||0||0||0||0||15||10th|
† As Serralles was a guest driver, he was ineligible for points.
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- Carter, Nick (15 April 2012). "Serralles scores British F3 win number two at Monza". British Formula Three Championship (Stéphane Ratel Organisation). Retrieved 16 April 2012.