The Checkered Flag looks back at the 2017 World Series Formula V8 3.5 season, the final year of the category.
Henrique Chaves stepped up into the World Series Formula V8 3.5 championship and took victory for AVF first time out, while Pietro Fittipaldi claimed the title with second place.
Rene Binder was quickest in the faster Collective Test session in Bahrain after Diego Menchaca had topped the first session.
Egor Orudzhev came out on top of a close battle with Alex Palou that was won in the pit lane at the Circuit of the Americas on Saturday.
Pietro Fittipaldi extended his advantage in the championship standings after a second win of the weekend in Mexico City on Sunday.
Pietro Fittipaldi led from start to finish in Mexico City to claim his fifth win of 2017 and regain the lead of the championship from Matevos Isaakyan.
Alex Palou took his and Teo Martin Motorsport’s first victory in World Series Formula V8 3.5 as he capitalised on a mistake by Matevos Isaakyan.
Pietro Fittipaldi was in sublime form on Sunday as he secured a fourth victory of the season to reclaim the lead of the championship.
Pietro Fittipaldi made it eight pole positions in ten races as he dominated qualifying again at Motorland Aragon on Sunday.
Pietro Fittipaldi used most of the day to work on his starts that have cost him good results over the past two rounds, but he still ended the day quickest overall.
Two wins from two races, both from pole position, ensured Pietro Fittipaldi left Silverstone with a maximum 50 points on Sunday.
An underweight car has seen Egor Orudzhev lose his strong second place finish in race one at Silverstone on Saturday.
Konstantin Tereschenko has become the first driver to be confirmed to race for Teo Martin Motorsport in the 2017 World Series Formula V8 3.5 series.
ART Grand Prix driver Charles Leclerc ended Day Two of the Spielberg tests as the fastest driver after another strong morining session.