Along with experienced engineers guiding the drivers through every step of this process, the championship provides an invaluable start to a junior racing career all the while offering drivers a thorough understanding of the cars before moving on to a higher race category. Racing on the same circuits and using Pirelli tyres, it provides a fantastic stepping stone onward to the FIA Formula 2 Championship.
The FIA Formula Three Championship visits a variety of high profile tracks, supporting the FIA Formula 1 World Championship, offering drivers high visibility in front of F1 team bosses and decision makers.
A new series for 2019, FIA Formula 3 Championship combines the best of the previous GP3 Series and FIA Formula 3 European Championship, guaranteeing drivers relevant experience on their way to the highest level of the sport.
As Championship winners in both the former GP3 Series and FIA Formula 3 European Championships, Carlin are well placed to help drivers achieve their potential in the series.
A trio of FIA F3 rookies; Williams Racing Academy Driver Zak O'Sullivan, Enzo Trulli and Brad Benavides make up Carlin's 2022 line-up.
V6 - 3.4 litre naturally aspirated - 380 HP @ 8000 rpm
6-speed longitudinal sequential gearbox via paddle shift Electro-hydraulic command via paddle shift from steering wheel
673kg (inc Driver)
6 pistons monobloc Brembo callipers and carbon-carbon brake discs and pads
Sandwich Carbon/aluminium honeycomb structure made by Dallara
Wheels & Tyres:
Pirelli Tyres - Three specific compounds developed for F3 to provide the most suitable compound for every circuit
0 - 100 km/h, 3.1 sec. 0 - 200 km/h, 7.80 sec
Top Speed: 300 km/h (Monza aero configuration)
Max. braking deceleration: -1.9 G
Max. lateral acceleration: +/- 2.6 G