After 508 days, the driver Bruno Andrade of Cesario team was declared champion of the Formula Three Sudamericana in 2010, official result was decided in court on 30 March 2012 in Rio de Janeiro. Yann Cunha, was disqualified of the last race, after a collision with Andrade.
Fernando Resende dominated the Sudamericana Light class, winning 14 of the season's 24 races en route to a championship-winning margin of 114 points. Resende avenged main class defeat for Cesário Fórmula, and himself took an overall podium in Caruaru when only two of the six main class starters finished the race. Resende's team-mate Ronaldo Freitas finished as runner-up, taking five class victories and two overall podiums. Third in class was Duarte Ferreira, who started the season with Dragão Motorsport before joining Cesário Fórmula at round three, and took the other five class victories along with a trio of overall third places at Velopark.