Reigning champion Christian Jones's first foray at the Zhuhai International Circuit proved a winning one when he won round four of the Asian Formula Three Championship for his first success of the year. Jones, son of 1980 Formula One world champion Alan Jones, had played second fiddle to Indonesian driver Ananda Mikola in the previous three rounds. Yesterday, the talented 25-year-old Australian finally broke through, winning a race which was part of the Zhuhai Circuit's Pan Delta Super Racing Festival on a track doused by yesterday's heavy downpour. Favourite Mikola took advantage of pole position by leading into the first corner, but it was Jones who dominated the race as he swept into the lead at the end of lap one and he never looked back. Jones was happy to have won his first race in his title defence. 'I managed to pass him [Mikola] on lap one and that was it. I opened up a gap and I had no real pressure from him. After five laps, though, my wet tyres were almost worn out so I had to be careful, but otherwise I had no problems,' he said. Filipino teenage driver Tyson Sy finished third and said he was happy to have scored his first points for the year. 'Hopefully we can score more points in the next two rounds.' In the promotional class, Lee Farrell took top honours, finishing almost 35 seconds ahead of fellow Irish driver Greg Murphy with Filipino J.P. Tuason in third spot. The next two rounds of the Asian Formula Three Championship will also be held at Zhuhai from June 17-19. Meanwhile, Hong Kong driver Lau Keung-tak led home a one-two for Cheong's Speed after an accident-filled Super Production race that saw five of the 12 participating cars retire. In another race, Taiwan's Hanss Lin won his first race at the Zhuhai circuit after winning round three of the Asian Formula Renault Championship ahead of Shanghai driver Jiang Tengyi and Hong Kong veteran Henry Lee. Hong Kong teenage sensation Ross Jamison won round three of the Chinese Rotax Max Championships at the Red Fire Circuit in Guangzhou after dominating both heats yesterday.