The first places are being taken on the GP3 grid for 2017. Ferrari junior driver Callum Ilott has bagged a seat at ART. As they’ve produced the last three drivers’ champions in the series, it’s undoubtedly the place to be:
Get them into bad habits whilst they’re young then.
The ideology that overtaking can only be done with the assistance of this format of DRS somewhat concerns and aggravates me.
Overtaking and defending are both arts. DRS ruins that.
Somewhat inevitably, GP3 will follow the lead set by GP2 in adding F1-style proximity-based DRS to its cars in 2017.
We introduced a new car in GP3 this year and it has given us 100% satisfaction in terms of reliability so we decided to add another layer to the drivers’ apprenticeship with the addition of DRS in order to prepare them for GP2. O…
Would it be premature to just hand ART Grand Prix the teams’ title? The two top rookies in the two leading F3 categories last year, plus another standout in Euro F3, plus a McLaren YDDP member and the top rookie in Formula V8. That’s almost unfair to everyone else.
ART has also signed Charles Leclerc, the top rookie in European F3 last year. Their line-up is therefore De Vries, Albon and Fukuzumi.
DAMS have announced three of their drivers for the next year in their first entry. American F3 driver Santino Ferucci, who stepped onto the podium last season, will switch to GP3. Doesn’t seem like a bad driver and with a top squad with DAMS will be near the front of the field next year. Jake Hughes, from Formula Renault Alps will join DAMS aswell…[Read more]
Trident have signed Jean Alesi’s son as part of their four-car line-up which also includes Antonio Fuoco, Artur Janosz, and Sandy Stuvik.
Giuliano Alesi finished fourth in the French F4 championship last year with a trio of wins.
Fair enough, 8×3 would be preferable, but they’ve been pragmatic and allowed 7×4. Considering the strength and momentum of FIA F3, GP3 must be riskier for new teams to join.
An extra seat for all teams will also give a possible outlet for any progressing FIA F3 pay drivers, if they bring in a car limit for 2016.
Fair enough, 8×3 would be preferable but they’ve been pragmatic and allowed 7×4. Considering the strength and momentum of FIA F3, GP3 must be riskier for teams to join.
An extra seat at all teams will also give an outlet for any progressing FIA F3 pay drivers, if they bring in a car limit for 2016.
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