GP3 Series increases number of cars per team

Teams allowed four cars starting from 2016

GP3 Series increases number of cars per team
Zaid Ashkanani, Campos Racing
Artur Janosz, Trident
Jann Mardenborough, Carlin
Emil Bernstorff, Arden International

Following a request from the teams, GP3 Series organisers have decided to allow them to line up a maximum of four cars per squad instead of the three that is currently authorised. Therefore, the 2016 GP3 grid will be made of a maximum 28 cars. The new GP3/16 car will be delivered early next year to the teams given an entry for the next three year cycle.

GP3 Series CEO Bruno Michel said: "I am pleased to announce that our GP3 teams will be allowed to line up a fourth car next season: it is something that has been discussed between us and the teams this year and I feel that it will give them an even stronger financial base for the season to come.”

The following teams have received an entry for the 2016-18 GP3 Series*

Arden International
GBR
ART Grand Prix
FRA
Campos Racing
ESP
DAMS
FRA
Jenzer Motorsport
SUI
Koiranen GP
FIN
Trident
ITA

*in alphabetical order

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