2003 new series regulations

Entry Requirements - Minimum of two cars per team - Entry fees : 7 000 ¤ per car per season, 1 000 ¤ per driver per season, 25 000 ¤ for engine manufacturers - International drivers licence, category A or B - Entries close on January...

Entry Requirements

- Minimum of two cars per team

- Entry fees :
7 000 ¤ per car per season,
1 000 ¤ per driver per season,
25 000 ¤ for engine manufacturers

- International drivers licence, category A or B

- Entries close on January 31st 2003

FIA Technical Regulations (Article 275 - Annexe J)

Tyres and testing
- 3 sets of slick Kumho tyres authorised per car per event

- Including the events, 60 sets of slick Kumho tyres are authorised per car, available from 31st January 2003 (bar-code checking system)

- At least 4 official test days will be organised between March 1st 2003 and the first event, with at least 4 official test days scheduled during the season, at the Formula 3 Euro Series circuits

- Outside the official test sessions, tests on a Formula 3 Euro Series circuit are forbidden before the event has been run

10 events, following the same format

Day 1 Testing 60 min
Free Practice 30 min
Qualifying Session 1 45 min

Day 2 Qualifying Session 2 45 min
Race 1 minimum 80 km - maximum 30 min

Day 3 Race 2 minimum 80 km - maximum 30 min

Points system
- 1st : 10 points
- 2nd : 8 points
- 3rd : 6 points
- 4th : 5 points
- 5th : 4 points
- 6th : 3 points
- 7th : 2 points
- 8th : 1 point
- Pole position : 1 point

Titles
- A Drivers' title
- A Engine Manufacturers' title
- A Rookies' classification
- A Nations' classification

Benefits and prizes
- 3 sets per car of slick tyres, distributed on entry to the Formula 3 Euro Series

- Race prizes
1st : 1 000 ¤ - 2nd : 800 ¤ - 3rd : 600 ¤ - 4th : 400 ¤ - 5th : 200 ¤

- End of season prizes
1st : 30 000 ¤ - 2nd : 20 000 ¤ - 3rd : 10 000 ¤ - Best Rookie : 6 000 ¤

- Total of cash prizes : 126 000 ¤

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