The announcement of FIA F2 and expansion of Euro F3 has created doubts over GP3’s future. TCF looks at an unusual option for the championship.
Following the rebranding of the GP2 Series its sister series could soon follow suit.
The FIA Formula 2 Championship has been born following the re-branding of the GP2 Series, starting with the 2017 season.
The FIA World Motor Sport Council has announced a number of regulation changes that are aimed at making the European Formula 3 Championship a more affordable and stable series.
The top three rookies will receive financial rewards as part of a new initiative to get drivers to return to the championship, starting this season.
The MSA Formula has announced that it will change its name to the F4 British Championship after the rights to the ‘F4’ name were recently released.
FIA Single Seater Commission president has revealed he would have liked to have seen Antonio Giovinazzi and Tatiana Calderon back in European F3, but new-for-2016 rules prevent their return.
The FIA have planned a new ‘F3 Light’ Category to be introduced in 2017. It aims to reduce the jump between Formula 4 and Continental Formula 3.
The entry deadline for this seasons FIA European Formula 3 Championship has been pushed back two weeks to try and increase the number of entries from 24.
Another Formula 4 series has been announced with the SCCA running the new US-based series to début next year. The series will include 5 races on the east coast.
Former Scuderia Ferrari Team Principal Stefano Domenicali’s main focus as the president of the FIA’s Single Seater Commission will be the reintroduction of the Formula 2 championship now his stint…
Fernando Alonso has reaffirmed his support for Scuderia Ferrari and announced that he will be staying with the Italian team despite an clause in his contract which would enable him to leave.…
The Ferrari drivers of Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen ended the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend with a ninth and tenth place finish in desert. It was a case of salvaging…
Mixed weekend for Ferrari as Alonso grabs fourth place and Raikkonen finishes outside of the points after collision with Magnussen.
It all looked so good for Ferrari at the start of the year. After narrowly missing out on the title with an uncompetitive car in the last race of 2012,…