There has been much mirth surrounding the subject of Formula Three since my last visit to the series on the streets of Pau last month. While accidents at this level are to be expected – this is a learning category after all – the level of chaos and destruction witnessed at Monza a few weeks ago unnerved even the hardest supporter of the category.
British racer Struan Moore is to move to All-Japan Formula 3 Championship this year with the KCMG team.
FIA European Formula 3 rookie Max Verstappen has added his name to the list of drivers set to take part in this year’s Zandvoort Masters.
Hong Kong-based racer Dan Wells is to make his F3 test debut with Carlin Motorsport this week ahead of an anticipated move to Japanese F3.
Alex Lynn claimed the Macau F3 Grand Prix qualifying race in superb style this morning, with the Prema Powerteam racer winning by 2.4s from Felix Rosenqvist.
He left it late, but Raffaele Marciello secured pole position for tomorrow’s ten-lap Formula 3 qualifying race at Macau.
Felix Rosenqvist has closed to within 9.5 points of FIA European F3 Championship leader Raffaele Marciello today, following another win by the Swede.
Fresh from process of Sergio Perez – the director and editor, not the Formula One racing driver – is a brief highlights reel of this year’s Formula 3 Grand Prix of Macau.
Antonio Felix da Costa became only the second Portuguese driver to claim the Macau Grand Prix on Sunday morning, winning out ahead of Felix Rosenqvist and Alex Lynn.
Antonio Felix da Costa held Felix Rosenqvist at bay to claim victory in the Formula 3 qualification race at Macau this morning.
British Formula 3 teams have announced their driver line-ups for the 59th Macau Grand Prix.
Lotus racer Conor Daly found himself on the receiving end of a ten-place grid penalty for the opening GP3 race of the weekend at Valencia today.
Please find within extracts from the Formula 3 Sporting and Technical Regulations, specifically article 2.16, with regards to actions behind the safety car.
Prema Powerteam’s Daniel Juncadella powered to a spectacular victory at the 58th Macau Grand Prix on Sunday. Juncadella beat Felipe Nasr and Marco Wittmann to the chequered flag in a race peppered with incident and multiple safety car periods. The result meant Juncadella became the first ever Spaniard to claim the prestigious event in its illustrious history.
Marco Wittmann claimed yesterday’s Formula 3 Qualification Race at Macau, putting himself in pole for today’s Feature Race. From his initial pole position, the German pilot ran unthreatened to the chequered flag in a race neutralised by a late safety car period.
Whether they appear in the pages of a magazine, on the web or even on television screens, there are places in the world that simply exude romance. Macau is just such a place.
Quick glances upward do not reveal a sky looking its prettiest.
This coming weekend sees the British Formula 3 Series join up with the Formula 3 International Trophy at the magnificent Spa-Francorchamps circuit.
From next year, the inaugural Australian Formula 3 SuperPrix will run at Darwin’s Hidden Valley next June, as a support to the V8 Supercars Championship.
Something that I came across the other day that really caught my eye was this fabulous homage to the Macau Formula 3 Grand Prix.