FIA European Formula Three Championship

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FIA European Formula Three Championship
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Category Single seaters
Country Europe
Inaugural season 1975
Drivers 31
Teams 12
Constructors Dallara
Engine suppliers Mercedes
Volkswagen
ThreeBond Nissan
Tyre suppliers Hankook
Drivers' champion Italy Raffaele Marciello
Teams' champion Italy Prema Powerteam
Official website Official website
Motorsport current event.svg Current season

FIA European Formula Three Championship is a European Formula Three racing competition, organised by the FIA.

The series started in 1966 as a one-race event for national teams, named the Formula 3 Nations European Cup. In 1975, with the introduction of a new regulation for 2000 cc cars, the series was expanded into a proper championship. It was cancelled in 1984, and it was replaced by the European Formula Three Cup the next year, returning to a one-event format.

In 1987, the EFDA started a new pan-European championship, named F3 Euroseries, but it ran for a single season. A proper continental series, re-using the Formula 3 Euro Series name, started in 2003, from the merger of the German and French championships.

After one season of the FIA Formula 3 International Trophy, the FIA revived the FIA European Formula 3 Championship. The ten-event season included seven Formula 3 Euro Series rounds, two British Formula Three rounds and DTM-supporting round at Brands Hatch.[1] In 2013, the series has own rounds, basing on the defunct Formula 3 Euro Series.

Champions[edit]

Season Champion Team Champion
1975 Australia Larry Perkins Australia Team Cowangie
1976 Italy Riccardo Patrese Italy Trivellato Racing
1977 Italy Piercarlo Ghinzani Italy AFMP Euroracing
1978 Netherlands Jan Lammers Netherlands Racing Team Holland
1979 France Alain Prost France Oreca
1980 Italy Michele Alboreto Italy Euroracing
1981 Italy Mauro Baldi Italy Euroracing
1982 Argentina Oscar Larrauri Italy Euroracing
1983 Italy Pierluigi Martini Italy Pavesi Racing
1984 Italy Ivan Capelli Italy Enzo Coloni Racing
1985

2011
Not held
2012 Spain Daniel Juncadella Not awarded
2013 Italy Raffaele Marciello Italy Prema Powerteam

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIA European Formula 3 Championship". FIA. 15 March 2012. Retrieved 16 March 2012. 

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