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Formula 3

What's Formula 3?

FORMULA 3 is the most competitive open-wheel formula championship in the world. In terms of driving, it is quite similar to Formula 1, with the difference that the average top speed of a Formula 3 car is 270km/h.

Formula 3 history’s dates back to the 50’s. It explains why motorsports insiders and media pay attention to its activities.

Since the implementation of a European championship in 2003, thirty one drivers (31) made it up to Formula 1. Last three World Champions (Button, Vettel, Hamilton) are F3 graduates. Max Verstappen (Red Bull F1 team), current F1 sensation and youngest race winner in history of the World Championship made it directly from F3.

Van Amersfoort Racing
Van Amersfoort Racing Livery
Chassis
Tatuus T-318
Engine
Alfa Romeo 1.7L
Engine Power
270hp at 6000rpm
Electronics
ECU MAGNETI MARELLI
Wheels
OZ ALUMINIUM 10" X 13", 12" X 13"
Gearbox
6-SPEED LSD
Brakes
BREMBO
Tyres
PIRELLI
12-14/04
Circuit Paul Ricard
European Le Mans
03-05/05
Vallelunga
Main Event
05-07/07
Hungaroring
International GT Open
12-14/07
Red Bull Ring
Main Event
30/08-01/09
Imola
Main Event
20-22/09
Circuit de Catalunya
International GT Open
04-06/10
Mugello
Main Event
18-20/10
Monza
Main Event

OUR FORMULA 3 CALENDAR

The Formula Regional European Championship series offers to its drivers the possibility to compete on some of the most renowned race course of the Old Continent, from the Austria to Spain, from France to Italy. Its seven (7) weekend events include free and qualifying sessions and three fiercely disputed races. A new championship for 2019, F3 events will take place on five tracks where Formula 1 disputed one of its rounds. Included as part of each driver season’s program, there is intensive testing sessions prior and during the course of the season.

Sophia Flörsch
Joey Mawson
Sophia Flörsch
Joey Mawson