2013 Masters of Formula 3

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Race details
Zandvoort.svg
Date 7 July 2013
Official name Masters of Formula 3
Location Circuit Park Zandvoort, Netherlands
Course 4.307 km (2.676 mi)
Distance 25 laps, 107.675 km (66.906 mi)
Pole
Driver Sweden Felix Rosenqvist Mücke Motorsport
Time 1:30.839
Fastest Lap
Driver Sweden Felix Rosenqvist Mücke Motorsport
Time 1:33.266 (on lap 7 of 25)
Podium
First Sweden Felix Rosenqvist Mücke Motorsport
Second United Kingdom Alex Lynn Prema Powerteam
Third United Kingdom Emil Bernstorff Prema Powerteam

The 2013 Masters of Formula 3 was the 23rd Masters of Formula 3 race held at Circuit Park Zandvoort on 7 July 2013.

Drivers and teams[edit]

All cars were equipped with a Dallara F312 chassis.[1]

Team No Driver Engine Main series
Italy Prema Powerteam 1 Austria Lucas Auer Mercedes FIA European Formula 3 Championship
2 United Kingdom Alex Lynn
3 Italy Eddie Cheever III
4 United Kingdom Emil Bernstorff German Formula Three Championship
Germany KFZ‐Teile24 Mücke Motorsport 5 Sweden Felix Rosenqvist Mercedes FIA European Formula 3 Championship
6 Israel Roy Nissany
7 United States Michael Lewis
8 Japan Yuhi Sekiguchi Super GT
United Kingdom Carlin 9 United Kingdom Harry Tincknell Volkswagen FIA European Formula 3 Championship
10 United Kingdom Jordan King
11 Canada Nicholas Latifi
12 United Kingdom Jann Mardenborough
Italy EuroInternational 14 United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist Mercedes FIA European Formula 3 Championship
United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports 15 Puerto Rico Félix Serrallés Mercedes FIA European Formula 3 Championship
16 United Kingdom Josh Hill
17 United Kingdom William Buller
18 Brazil Luís Felipe Derani
Germany Ma‐Con 19 Germany Sven Müller Volkswagen FIA European Formula 3 Championship
20 Germany André Rudersdorf
Netherlands Van Amersfoort Racing 21 Netherlands Dennis van de Laar Volkswagen FIA European Formula 3 Championship
United Kingdom Double R Racing 24 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi Mercedes FIA European Formula 3 Championship
25 Indonesia Sean Gelael
26 Colombia Tatiana Calderón
Switzerland Jo Zeller Racing 27 Switzerland Sandro Zeller Mercedes FIA European Formula 3 Championship
United Kingdom ThreeBond with T-Sport 28 United Kingdom Richard Goddard Nissan FIA European Formula 3 Championship

Classification[edit]

Qualifying[edit]

Pos[2] No Driver Team Q1 Q2
1 5 Sweden Felix Rosenqvist KFZ‐Teile24 Mücke Motorsport 1:30.839 1:31.080
2 9 United Kingdom Harry Tincknell Carlin 1:31.131 1:31.491
3 2 United Kingdom Alex Lynn Prema Powerteam 1:31.154 1:31.630
4 4 United Kingdom Emil Bernstorff Prema Powerteam 1:31.255 1:31.486
5 1 Austria Lucas Auer Prema Powerteam 1:31.256 1:31.488
6 19 Germany Sven Müller Ma-Con 1:31.363 1:32.191
7 14 United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist EuroInternational 1:31.399 1:31.583
8 11 Canada Nicholas Latifi Carlin 1:31.404 1:31.645
9 10 United Kingdom Jordan King Carlin 1:31.414 1:31.426
10 12 United Kingdom Jann Mardenborough Carlin 1:31.572 1:32.209
11 3 Italy Eddie Cheever III Prema Powerteam 1:31.716 1:32.140
12 21 Netherlands Dennis van de Laar Van Amersfoort Racing 1:31.927 1:31.728
13 7 United States Michael Lewis KFZ‐Teile24 Mücke Motorsport 1:31.916 1:32.153
14 18 Brazil Luís Felipe Derani Fortec Motorsports 1:31.964 1:32.036
15 24 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi Double R Racing 1:32.149 1:31.984
16 17 United Kingdom William Buller Fortec Motorsports 1:32.091 1:32.011
17 16 United Kingdom Josh Hill Fortec Motorsports 1:32.147 1:32.029
18 28 United Kingdom Richard Goddard ThreeBond with T-Sport 1:32.279 1:33.795
19 8 Japan Yuhi Sekiguchi KFZ‐Teile24 Mücke Motorsport 1:32.391 1:32.905
20 20 Germany André Rudersdorf Ma-Con 1:32.915 1:32.548
21 25 Indonesia Sean Gelael Double R Racing 1:33.523 1:32.676
22 6 Israel Roy Nissany KFZ‐Teile24 Mücke Motorsport 1:32.964 1:33.007
23 27 Switzerland Sandro Zeller Jo Zeller Racing 1:33.052 1:33.145
24 26 Colombia Tatiana Calderón Double R Racing 1:33.688 1:33.153
WD 15 Puerto Rico Félix Serrallés Fortec Motorsports Withdrew before the event

Race[edit]

Pos[3] No Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 5 Sweden Felix Rosenqvist KFZ‐Teile24 Mücke Motorsport 25 0:39:28.565 1
2 2 United Kingdom Alex Lynn Prema Powerteam 25 +5.787 3
3 4 United Kingdom Emil Bernstorff Prema Powerteam 25 +6.698 4
4 9 United Kingdom Harry Tincknell Carlin 25 +12.534 2
5 10 United Kingdom Jordan King Carlin 25 +19.781 9
6 3 Italy Eddie Cheever III Prema Powerteam 25 +29.274 11
7 11 Canada Nicholas Latifi Carlin 25 +29.874 8
8 18 Brazil Luís Felipe Derani Fortec Motorsports 25 +30.536 14
9 17 United Kingdom William Buller Fortec Motorsports 25 +31.491 16
10 24 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi Double R Racing 25 +34.043 15
11 21 Netherlands Dennis van de Laar Van Amersfoort Racing 25 +35.260 12
12 7 United States Michael Lewis KFZ‐Teile24 Mücke Motorsport 25 +36.475 13
13 12 United Kingdom Jann Mardenborough Carlin 25 +36.569 10
14 28 United Kingdom Richard Goddard ThreeBond with T-Sport 25 +40.224 18
15 16 United Kingdom Josh Hill Fortec Motorsports 25 +44.219 17
16 6 Israel Roy Nissany KFZ‐Teile24 Mücke Motorsport 25 +46.776 22
17 27 Switzerland Sandro Zeller Jo Zeller Racing 25 +54.058 23
18 8 Japan Yuhi Sekiguchi KFZ‐Teile24 Mücke Motorsport 25 +54.354 19
19 20 Germany André Rudersdorf Ma-Con 25 +54.744 20
20 26 Colombia Tatiana Calderón Double R Racing 25 +55.142 24
21 14 United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist EuroInternational 22 +3 laps 7
Ret 25 Indonesia Sean Gelael Double R Racing 16 Retired 21
Ret 19 Germany Sven Müller Ma-Con 0 Retired 6
Ret 1 Austria Lucas Auer Prema Powerteam 0 Retired 5
Fastest lap: Felix Rosenqvist, 1:33.266, 166.247 km/h (103.301 mph) on lap 7[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PROVISIONAL ENTRY LIST" (PDF). Masters of Formula 3. Circuit Park Zandvoort. 28 June 2013. Retrieved 29 June 2013. 
  2. ^ Khorounzhiy, Valentin (6 July 2013). "Rosenqvist grabs Masters of F3 pole". Paddock Scout. Retrieved 12 July 2013. 
  3. ^ Khorounzhiy, Valentin (7 July 2013). "Felix Rosenqvist scores dominant Masters of F3 victory". Paddock Scout. Retrieved 12 July 2013. 
  4. ^ "ERGEBNIS RENNEN" (PDF) (in German). www.formel 3 guide.com. 13 July 2013. Retrieved 8 August 2013.