Callum Ilott1998-11-11 (age 22)
Prema Powerteam's Callum Ilott converted his second pole position of the European Formula 3 season opener at Silverstone into his first win of the year.
Prema Powerteam's Callum Ilott responded to narrowly missing out on first place in first European Formula 3 qualifying at Silverstone by topping the second session.
This year's European Formula 3 season is about to start at Silverstone, with several drivers looking to fill the void created by last year's F1-bound champion Lance Stroll. David Gruz assesses the class of 2017.
Callum Ilott may be the favourite for this year's European Formula 3 title, but the British rising star confesses his chosen career trajectory means this year is key to staying on track for his goal to reach F1.
Assessing the hottest future prospects across so many different junior series can be tricky - which is why Motorsport.com's team of writers have chosen their 20 top performers of the year. Read on to see who makes the grade.
Antonio Felix da Costa pulled off a brilliant overtake on Callum Ilott on lap five of the delayed Macau Grand Prix qualification race to seal victory on Saturday.
George Russell took a sensational pole position for Macau’s qualification race with a late effort in Friday’s final session to decide the grid positions.
Antonio Felix da Costa came through an incident-packed first qualifying session – which featured four red flag stoppages – to secure provisional pole position for the Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix qualification race on Thursday.
Prema Powerteam's Nick Cassidy secured his first win in European Formula 3 after taking the lead off the line in Race 2 of the sixth round of the season at Zandvoort.
Callum Ilott took his second win of the season in the first Spielberg race in European F3, which was red-flagged for a horror crash involving Ryan Tveter, Zhi Cong Li and Pedro Piquet.
Van Amersfoort driver Callum Ilott took his first European Formula 3 race victory in the second encounter of Paul Ricard weekend from sixth on the grid.
It may have been a turbulent winter for the FIA European Formula 3 series, but the category's 2016 entry list is still packed with quality. Valentin Khorounzhiy is your guide to all the runners and riders.
Former Red Bull junior Callum Ilott admits it was a "tough ask" to follow in the footsteps of Max Verstappen in the European Formula 3 championship in 2015.
Van Amersfoort Racing's Callum Ilott and Carlin's Alessio Lorandi topped the final day of European F3's pre-season test at Vallelunga.
European Formula 3 racer Alessio Lorandi, who joined the category straight out of karting in 2015, reckons the championship's newly-imposed ban on such a move is a step in the right direction.
Formula Renault 2.0 racers Ben Barnicoat and Matevos Isaakyan topped the two respective sessions of the opening day of F3.5 testing at Motorland Aragon.
British youngster Callum Ilott and newly-crowned Euroformula Open champion Vitor Baptista are among the drivers who will get a shot in Formula 3.5 machinery as testing resumes at Aragon.
Despite the sheer volume of safety cars and red flags, European Formula 3 enjoyed a milestone year in terms of grid quality. Valentin Khorounzhiy spotlights those who stood out in the ultra-competitive field.
Felix Rosenqvist converted the first of his three pole positions into a victory at the Nurburgring, extending his championship lead as his three title rivals made contact at the start.
Charles Leclerc survived a late restart to claim his first European Formula 3 win in the third race of the weekend at Silverstone, the series debutant beating Antonio Giovinazzi by under half a second.