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How new F3 has learned from F2's mistakes
Formula 3 racing will replace GP3 on the Formula 1 support bill in 2019 with a new car. It will be promoted by the same organisation that runs Formula 2, which has learned from the issues that plagued the second-tier championship's new car in '18.
Following the FIA's shuffling of the feeder series pack over the past couple of years, the Formula 3 name will join the Formula 1 support package for the 2019 season - ushering in a new era for the third-tier category under the stewardship of a new, yet familiar, promoter.
Outgoing incumbent ITR - the Gerhard Berger-led DTM promoter that ran the series under the FIA Formula 3 European Championship guise - makes way for F1's own feeder series division Formula Motorsport Ltd, headed by Formula 2 and GP3 supremo Bruno Michel.
After a disastrous 2020 in FIA Formula 3 with Hitech, Dennis Hauger began to doubt himself - with the self-belief he had built through success in junior series evaporating. But after regrouping, he stormed to the F3 title in 2021. Here’s how he did it...
After the sudden death of its founder in January, Formula 2 stalwart Campos Racing was left facing its hardest season to date. But new team boss Adrian Jr is determined to honour his father’s legacy and has returned the team to its winning ways
After a chaotic 2020, marred by the coronavirus pandemic, the FIA brought in radical changes to Formula 2 and 3. But less than 12 months later, there are talks of them being reversed after all did not go to plan…
After a promising start to his single-seater racing career, life in the Formula 1 feeder series gave Jack Doohan a reality check. But, following a year of learning and toiling, the driver with one of the most famous surnames on the Formula 3 grid isn’t feeling the weight of expectation pushing down too hard on him any longer
Juan Manuel Correa has had a long road to recovery from that horrific day at Spa in 2019. ART's decision to give him his race return in FIA Formula 3 in 2021 is a victory in itself, but his determination will surely - in time - have him fighting for bigger things
F3 rookie Oscar Piastri only just snatched the 2020 title with Prema Racing, but the setbacks he overcame to do so suggest that Renault's next Australian talent is one destined for the top.
Deletraz tops first day of F2 post-season testing
Ferrari junior Armstrong joins Prema in new F3 series