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March 5th, 2013
New GP2 team Russian Time hopes a tie-up with single-seater squad Motopark Academy can help it set up a ladder to get Russian drivers into Formula 1. The outfit makes its GP2 test debut today at Barcelona with Tom Dillmann and Luciano Bacheta, but team boss Igor Mazepa told AUTOSPORT.com.ru that the long-term plan is to have a Russian driver line-up. The team, which has taken iSport’s entry, will be run by Motopark boss Timo Rumpfkeil.
January 25th, 2013
German Formula 3 champion Jimmy Eriksson will step up to the GP3 Series this year with Status GP. Eriksson, 21, will become the first Swede to race in GP3 this year and is the first driver confirmed in the Status line-up for 2013. “I’m very excited about this new challenge and about the prospect of racing in a championship which is part of the Formula 1 experience,” said Eriksson.
October 22nd, 2011
Roberto Merhi resisted intense pressure from Felix Rosenqvist to score his 10th F3 Euro Series win of the year in the first race at Hockenheim. Merhi, who secured the title last time out at Valencia, made a rocket start from pole position, and the Prema Powerteam driver held a 1.5s lead at the end of the first lap.
October 2nd, 2011
Roberto Merhi wrapped up the F3 Euro Series title with a dominant victory in the final race of the weekend at Valencia.
August 6th, 2011
Roberto Merhi dominated the opening F3 Euro Series race of the weekend at the Nurburgring by leading home Daniel Juncadella for a Prema Powerteam one-two. The Spaniard did not make the greatest of getaways and had to stick resolutely to the inside of the track at Turn 1 to prevent the fast-starting Felix Rosenqvist from stealing his second place.
June 4th, 2011
Roberto Merhi took his fourth F3 Euro Series victory of the year at Spielberg to increase his championship lead to 33 points over Marco Wittmann. After starting from the front row, the Spaniard out-dragged his Prema team-mate Daniel Juncadella off the line to take the lead at the first corner and built a 1.6-second lead inside the first three laps. Juncadella reduced the gap back down to 1.1s with a number of superb mid-race lap times, but despite setting personal best sector times during each of the last six laps, was unable to close much further as Merhi matched him tenth for tenth and drove on to victory in the first race of any kind to be held on the recently-reopened circuit
June 2nd, 2011
Gianmaro Raimondo has joined Prema Powerteam in time for this weekend’s F3 Euro Series round at Spielberg. The Canadian began the season with Team Motopark and took a best finish of second place behind his team-mate Kimya Sato in the reversed grid race at Zandvoort.
May 14th, 2011
Kimiya Sato broke his F3 Euro Series duck with a lights-to-flag victory in the reversed grid race at Zandvoort. The Japanese driver started from pole position, alongside his Motopark team-mate Gianmarco Raimondo, and was never headed.
April 3rd, 2011
Daniel Juncadella passed his Prema team-mate Roberto Merhi with three laps to go to claim victory in the third and final Formula 3 Euro Series race at Paul Ricard in France. The Prema drivers had been the class of the field during the Sunday morning race as polesitter Merhi and his Spanish compatriot Juncadella pulled away of the pack, which was led by Signature’s Marco Wittmann.
April 1st, 2011
Roberto Merhi claimed his maiden Formula 3 Euro Series pole positions after dominating qualifying for the opening round of the season at Paul Ricard in France. The Prema Powerteam driver’s pace-setting time of 1m51.511s came on his final lap of the session and ensured that he would start the weekend’s third race – the feature event – from the front of the grid. Additionally, his second quickest time, which was less than 0.2s slower, secured him the front spot for the opening race of the season on Saturday.
March 14th, 2011
Formula 3 veteran Laurens Vanthoor was the quickest man during Euro Series testing at Valencia on Monday. The Signature driver completed 68 laps in his Dallara-Volkswagen on a track that began wet, but dried out steadily during the day, and set the pace in a time of 1m35.264s. Swede Felix Rosenqvist was second quickest, 0.485 seconds behind, in his Mucke Motorsport Dallara and was the best of the Mercedes-powered drivers during the day.
February 25th, 2011
Manor Racing has retained Rio Haryanto and Adrian Quaife-Hobbs for a second season in the GP3 Series, and added former Formula 3 Euro Series driver Matias Laine. Indonesian 18-year-old Haryanto was Manor’s lead GP3 driver last year, taking fifth in the championship and winning the second race at Istanbul