Facu Regalia and Artur Janosz will race for the EuroInternational team in this weekend’s FIA European Formula 3 Championship round at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza.
Argentine driver Regalia, who raced last weekend in the Auto GP championship at Silverstone, will take the seat raced in Pau by Gustav Malja, who races this weekend in his primary car in the Formula Renault 3.5 Series at Spa-Francorchamps.
“I am especially glad I can take this chance to join EuroInternational,” said Regalia. “They are a very special team for me, because I made my debut with them in the Formula BMW Europe back in 2008.
“It is a nice opportunity to prove my skills and fight with top drivers and teams. I want to thank EuroInternational for its invitation. My goal is to give the best of myself to help the team.
“I am looking forward to driving the car for the first time tomorrow, as I want to start preparing this weekend.”
Polish driver Janosz will take over the seat of Nicolas Beer, who has decided not to continue with the team, having missed the previous round in Pau due to a back injury suffered in a crash during the Hockenheim round. Janosz’s primary drive in 2015 is with the Trident team in the GP3 Series.
Both drivers are currently only signed to race for EuroInternational for the round in Monza this weekend, and will get their first opportunity to drive their cars in Wednesday’s test day at the circuit.