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Latest revision as of 16:59, 29 July 2020

FIA Formula 3 European Championship
F3-Euro.png
Category Open-wheeler
Country/Region Flag of Europe svg.png Europe
Founder(s) Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA)
Inaugural Season 2020
Chassis supplier(s) Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Lola
Engine supplier(s) Flag of Germany svg.png Opel
Tyre supplier(s) Continental Icon.png
Records
Motorsport current event.svg.png Current season


The FIA F3 European Championship is an open-wheel category of motor racing running to Formula 3 regulations which, in conjunction with Formula 3 Americas and Formula 3 Asia, serves as a feeder series to the FIA Formula 2 and Formula One championships. The series is a direct successor to the former FIA Formula 3 Eurasian Championship.

History

Due to a more pronounced divide between F1 and F1RWRS, the FIA successfully sued the F1RWRS commission over their much-discussed naming conflict, and the latter series would have to undergo a name change if it was to continue operating. AutoReject International purchased the naming rights to F1RWRS, and the series became the lead competition of the AutoReject ladder under the guise of the AutoReject World Series.

F2RWRS and F3RWRS were now left without a parent series thanks to the departure of the ARWS, and seemed like they would perhaps go out of business. The FIA secured the rights to both series, and rebranded them to the FIA F2 World Championship and FIA F3 Eurasian Championship respectively.

2019 saw some changes, as former Argentine racing driver Sergio Cristiani bought a small stake of the series.

However, 2019 also proved to be the last season of the series. The expirement, while successful at first and very popular, found itself blindsighted by the creation of Formula 4; with only two F3 series (Eurasia and Americas), compared to 5 F4 series, the talent pool was getting oversaturated, a situation that's was going to get worse as time goes on. In the hopes of opening opportunities and avoiding an even bigger saturation, the series was split into the Formula 3 Europe and Asia Championships, and with that, the F3 Eurasian era drew to an end in a little more than two years.

Technical specifications

2020-23: Lola T20/30

  • Chassis: Lola T20/30
  • Engine: 2500cc V4T manufactured by Opel, 470 hp
  • Gearbox: 6-speed paddle-shift


List of Champions

Italics denote the season was part of the FIA Formula 3 Eurasian Championship.

Drivers

Season Driver Team Wins Podiums Points
2018 Flag of Venezuela svg.png Ricardo Velázquez Flag of France svg.png Nebula Grand Prix 3 7 134
2019 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Sabrina Mann Flag of Germany svg.png Mücke-Precision Formula 4 11 178
2020 Flag of Unknown svg.png TBD Flag of Unknown svg.png TBD  ?  ?  ?

Teams

Season Team Wins Podiums Points
2018 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Jones Racing Team 7 13 217
2019 Flag of Germany svg.png Mücke-Precision Formula 7 18 313
2020 Flag of Unknown svg.png TBD  ?  ?  ?