The 2015 FIA European Formula 3 Championship schedule has been released, and it sees the series return to both Zandvoort and Monza after both tracks with absent from the 2014 calendar.
Zandvoort replaces the Hungaroring on the calendar, with the Hungarian track not returning due to the DTM Series not travelling to the country in 2015, with Euro F3 supporting DTM there in 2014.
Monza also returns to the schedule in place of Imola, with Euro F3 supporting an Italian national racing weekend at the end of May.
Seven of the race weekends support DTM once more, with only the season opener at Silverstone (which supports the World Endurance Championship), Monza and Spa-Francorchamps (which supports the ADAC GT Masters), plus the F3 trip to Pau being the exceptions.
Moscow Raceway remains on the schedule despite some teams opting to miss the event in 2014 citing cost reasons, and the FIA have moved to prevent a repeat with a rule change that will see any team absent from any event reported to the stewards of the event in question.
2015 FIA European Formula 3 Championship Calendar
April 10th-12th – Silverstone, Great Britain
May 01st-03rd – Hockenheim, Germany
May 15th-17th – Pau, France
May 29th-31st – Monza, Italy
June 19th-21st – Spa Francorchamps, Belgium
June 26th-28th – Norisring, Germany
July 10th-12th – Zandvoort, Netherlands
July 31st-August 02nd – Spielberg, Austria
August 28th-30th – Moscow, Russia
September 25th-27th – Nurburgring, Germany
October 16th-18th – Hockenheim, Germany