Drivers of the Italian Prema Powerteam locked out all three places on the winner’s podium.
Esteban Ocon (Prema Powerteam): “I didn’t expect these two pole positions, but we worked really hard during the winter and in the official test sessions."
Rookie drivers Max Verstappen, Esteban Ocon and Antonio Fuoco got their weekends off to the best start by ending up in first to third place.
Jos Verstappen isn’t the first successful motor racer of his family.
At the 4.381-kilometre Hungaroring, Dutchman Max Verstappen set the fastest lap time of the day, with Jordan King (Carlin, 1:36.604 minutes) finishing second on the time sheets.
The physical fitness workshop was the first activity of 2014 for the elite British Racing Drivers’ Club (BRDC) SuperStars scheme.
Talents from 17 countries, including eight rookie drivers, will be competing for valuable championship points during eleven race weekends in 2014.
Tatiana Calderon, 20 years old, will race alongside her compatriot Oscar Tunjo, in the FIA F3 European Championship..
Eurosport, the biggest sports channel in Europe, has joined the list of broadcasters of the FIA Formula 3 European Championship.
The 21-year-old made his Euro F3 Open debut last year with Emilio de Villota Motorsport and instantly made an impact.
After the design phase, the 2,000 cc four-cylinder naturally aspirated direct injection engine keeps on being tested.
Jordan King has accelerated his preparations by joining an MSA Team UK training camp in the French Alps.
The three drivers will consequently race in the distinctive brand colors of Jagonya Ayam, in yellow Dallara F312s prepared by multiple F3 champions Carlin.
The 19-year-old finished second in the rookie of the year fight, and fourth overall for the Dutch team in the German Formula 3 last season.
Racing Steps Foundation seals Carlin drive for Nuneaton teenager.
Ed Jones is the first of Carlin’s F3 team to be announced.
John Miller talks about the current planning state as well as his expectations regarding the debut season.
For many decades, now, Formula 3 has been regarded as the ideal stepping stone to Formula 1.
After a strong 2012 season in the German Formula 3 in which he became runner-up in the drivers’ standings, Lucas Auer raced at European level for the first time this year.