Felix Serralles1992-06-24 (age 29)
The Lotus F1 Junior travels to his home race in Pau, Southern France, with a 36-point lead over another rookie: Antonio Fuoco.
At the 4.574 kilometres long Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg, the Dutchman, only 16 years old, led from lights to flag.
Frenchman took the lead from Antonio Giovinazzi at the start
Felipe Guimarães claimed a deserved top 10 finish in the opening round of the 2014 campaign.
Esteban Ocon (Prema Powerteam): “I didn’t expect these two pole positions, but we worked really hard during the winter and in the official test sessions."
Rookie drivers Max Verstappen, Esteban Ocon and Antonio Fuoco got their weekends off to the best start by ending up in first to third place.
The race weekend at Silverstone will be contested by a total of 27 drivers.
In bright sunshine, the young drivers of the FIA Formula 3 European Championship completed their third official pre-season test day at the Red Bull Ring in Austria today.
Hector Hurst will make his debut in the prestigious FIA Formula 3 Championship.
Talents from 17 countries, including eight rookie drivers, will be competing for valuable championship points during eleven race weekends in 2014.
On a cool sunny day, the title fight has yet to be decided as Rosenqvist takes the first race win of the weekend to close the points gap to Marciello.
The battle heated up for the FIA F3 European crown during qualifying at Hockenheimring
Championship fight goes down to the wire for the 2013 finale at Hockenheimring
The race winner was Alex Lynn (Prema Powerteam) from Alexander Sims (ThreeBond with T-Sport) and Daniil Kvyat (Carlin).
Alex Lynn (Prema Powerteam) joined the Ferrari Driver Academy protégé on the podium.
Raffaele Marciello and Felix Rosenqvist hold the points lead after the first race of the weekend in Italy
For Raffaele Marciello’s title rival Felix Rosenqvist the qualifying sessions didn’t run as he had hoped they would.
Sean Gelael and Tatiana Calderón concluded a tough race in 20th and 24th positions respectively.
The Red Bull junior driver won with a margin of 2.859 seconds from Felix Rosenqvist
Antonio Giovinazzi, Sean Gelael and Double R’s third driver Tatiana Calderón all made good starts and thankfully managed to avoid race incidents.
Regardless of what was going on elsewhere during the Nurburgring meeting for the FIA F3 European Championship, the key story was that man Raffaele Marciello.
Luis Felipe Derani scores first podium.
Raffaele Marciello (Prema Powerteam) also claimed the first victory of the weekend in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship.
Contenders from across the globe get set for round two of the season
There were not only countless yellow flags, the safety car also had to be deployed twice in this race.
Buller leads after opening weekend as Jones seals the national treble.
Jordan King took the British F3 International Class victory; however Invitational racer John Bryant-Meisner was first across the line. The National Class was once again a walk over for Edward Jones.
Edward Jones grabbed the National class win in the second of the 3 races at Silverstone. One race remains in the opening event of 2013.
Not only did Bryant-Meisner take the overall win but the pole-sitter was also the victor in the Invitation Class. The National Class victory went to Edward Jones. When all was said and done, William Buller the right of being the points leader.
Interesting outcome of the final race on the Brands Hatch circuit for the FIA European F3 Championship!
While it was not the local hero to take the Race 2 win at Brands Hatch, it was still the powerhouse team on the top step of the European F3 podium; this time it was Raffaele Marciello.
Red Bull junior driver Kvyat surprises again this weekend at Hockenheimring
The final race of the three races for the FIA F3 European Championship on the Hockenheimring was filled with surprises including the winner!
With his fourth season victory, Marciello extended his lead in the drivers’ standings to 57.5 points.
Raffaele Marciello (Prema Powerteam) scored another win, this time in race 2 in Hockenheim from the pole position. The surprise was second place taken by Josh Hill (Fortec Motorsports).