Panam GP Series

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Panam GP Series
Category Formula Abarth
Country Mexico Latin America
Inaugural season 2002
Constructors Tatuus
Engine suppliers Fiat
Tyre suppliers Hankook[1]
Drivers' champion  ?
Teams' champion  ?
Official website panamgpseries.com

The Panam GP Series is the replacement of the Mexican Formula Three Championship.[2] In 2002 began as Mexican Formula Renault, but in 2005 started an internationalization process in Central America and South America. In 2008, the series fell in hiatus. Some people started the LATAM Challenge Series with the same cars. In 2012, the revival ran with Formula Abarth cars.

Venues[edit]

Venue Location Races
Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez Mexico México City 2
Autódromo Miguel E. Abed Mexico Puebla 2
Autódromo del Águila Mexico Morelia 3
Autódromo de Toluquilla Mexico Guadalajara 2
Autódromo Monterrey Mexico Monterrey 2
Autódromo San Luis 400 Mexico San Luis Potosí 1
Autódromo Internacional de Zacatecas Mexico Zacatecas 1
Autódromo Los Volcanes Guatemala Escuintla 3
Autódromo La Guácima Costa Rica Alajuela 3
Autodromo Internacional de Yahuarcocha Ecuador Ibarra 2
Autodromo Tocancipá Colombia Tocancipá 2
Ponce International Speedway Puerto Rico Ponce 1
Autódromo de Turagua Venezuela Aragua 1

Champions[edit]

2000 Series[edit]

Season Champion Team Champion Chassis Tyres
Mexican Formula Renault Championship
2002 Mexico David Martínez Tatuus M
2003 Mexico Homero Richards Tatuus M
2004 Mexico Homero Richards Mexico Nextel Tatuus M
Formula Renault 2.0 Panam GP Series
2005 Mexico Germán Quiroga Tatuus M
2006 Mexico Homero Richards Mexico Estral Tatuus M
2007 Mexico Hugo Oliveras Mexico Fedex-Citizen Tatuus K
2008 Mexico Xavier Razo (cancelled mid-season)

1600 Series[edit]

Season Champion Team Champion Chassis Tyres
2005 Mexico Picho Toledano Nextel Tatuus M
2006 Colombia Juan E. Jacobo Roshfrans Colombia Tatuus M
2007 Mexico Gerardo Nieto Tatuus K

Panam GP Series[edit]

Season Full series name Champion Team Champion Chassis Tyres
2012 Formula Panam GP Series – Fórmula Abarth Ecuador Sebastián Merchán Costa Rica Team Costa Rica Tatuus Kenda
2013 Santander Panam GP Series Mexico Rudy Camarillo Mexico Team ROCA ACERO Tatuus H
2014 F3Panam powered by ABARTH Spring Series Mexico Miguel Alejandro Pérez  ? Tatuus H
2014 F3Panam powered by ABARTH Mexico Javier Echeverría (Championship leader, series cancelled) Mexico DDT México Tatuus H
2015 Fórmula Panam Mexico Giancarlo Vecchi Tatuus H
2016 Fórmula Panam Mexico Axel Matus Tatuus C

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hankook Neumático Oficial del Panam GP Series". Panam GP Series. 6 February 2013. 
  2. ^ "Toledano acerca la Fórmula 1 con su Fórmula Renault". Sportcar.net. October 5, 2001. 

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