The championship leader said was leading Race 1 before the event was cancelled and holds a slim six point lead atop the standings despite being involved in a collision with Dan Guinchard and Josh Irfan in Race 2.
Sharp said to insideF2: “(the podium) is a good way to finish it off, yesterday we would’ve won the race but it didn’t end up counting the result and Race 2 this morning being taken out.
“It’s frustrating but it’s motorsport these things do happen, starting P3 I knew it was going to be a good opportunity for a podium and I was able to get off the line and stay there.
“But unfortunately it’s so difficult to pass round here especially in these cars, it doesn’t matter if you’re a couple fo tenths faster there’s still really nothing you can do.
“I do believe the pace was there, it was just too hard to follow but it’s a good way to finish off the weekend.”
Gowda performed admirably in Race 3 soaking up immense pressure from Kanato Le and his team mate Sharp to improve to second in the championship.
He said: “ They put a lot of pressure but I just stayed calm, controlled the race from the front and the team did a mega job, the pace was quick so super happy with it.”
British F4 heads to Thruxton in Hampshire on 3-4 of June for the fourth round of the championship and Gowda is hoping for more trophies as he fights at the top of the championship.
The Indian driver said: “It’s a new track we’ll see again how we go, hopefully more trophies but I think we just take it as it comes. Get the practice, qualifying and just one step at a time.”