Auto GP veteran Kevin Giovesi is to be joined by rookie Loris Spinelli at the Puma 3 / Eurotech team this year.
Florian Herzog, Sergei Trofimov and Nikita Zlobin have solidified their respective German Formula 3 programmes for the coming season.
Last season’s Formula Renault Alps runner-up Luca Ghiotto will move up the Formula Renault 3.5 Series with International Draco Racing this year.
Carlin Motorsport have signed GP2 Series veteran Julián Leal for the coming season.
Fortec Motorsport have announced that Sergey Sirotkin will partner Oliver Rowland for his second Formula Renault 3.5 Series season.
This week's Hungarian Grand Prix will mark four years since Jaime Alguersuari became the youngest ever driver in the Formula One World Championship. Now pushing two years since he was drop-kicked from F1, Yet Alguersuari's story could well be about to repeat itself for one young Russian should lessons learned be forgotten. Enter stage right, Sergey Sirotkin.
The BRDC’s new Formula 4 Series enjoyed a successful beginning at Silverstone this weekend.
At the latest meeting of the World Motorsport Council in Paris today, the Single-Seater Commission announced Formula 4, a new FIA class.
With the opening test of the season fast approaching, the GP3 Series added several more names to its 2013 field in recent days. Facu Regalia returns to the category – this time as a full-time competitor – while both Luis Sá Silva and Samin Gómez Briceno are set to make their category débuts.
Pascal Wehrlein and Mans Grenhagen took the number of drivers committed to the 2013 FIA European F3 Championship to fifteen yesterday.
Fledgling GP3 Series squad Koiranen GP yesterday announced their complete line-up for the 2013 season.
Italian Formula 3 champion, Riccardo Agostini has joined Kimiya Sato [note 1} and Andrea Roda as early season signings for the Auto GP World Series.
Experienced Formula Three racers Jimmy Eriksson and David Fumanelli have signed on for full campaigns in this year’s GP3 Series. Formula Abarth driver Emanuele Zonzini has also signed for this season.
While most championships are in the process of closing for this year, the New Zealand-based Toyota Racing Series is busy revving up for its ninth season next month.
The GP3 Series received a significant vote of confidence this week, when it announced that eight teams have signed on for a further three years of competition.
MW Arden’s Matias Laine and William Buller (Carlin) took charge during a two-day GP3 test at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit in Valencia last week, with the latter proving quickest of all.
As budgets rise and sponsors become harder to come by, the pang for drivers with some solid backing grows – something that GP2 squad Ocean Racing Technology know only too well.
Finnish racer Aaro Vainio topped the second and final day of the opening GP3 pre-season test at Estoril.
Italian racer Vicky Piria will become the first female to contest the GP3 Series this season when she competes for Trident Racing, while Marusssia Manor complete their line-up with Tio Ellinas and Fabiano Machado. Robert Visoiu joins Jenzer Motorsport.
In the last few days, two more drivers - Marlon Stockinger and Dmitry Suranovich - have confirmed their places on the grid for the upcoming GP3 season.