Our FIA Formula Three team profile

The FIA Formula Three Championship is one of the first opportunities young drivers have to learn and experiment with aerodynamics and mechanical set up. 

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.  

Jonny Edgar and Ido Cohen have been announced as Carlin drivers for the 2021 season. The team’s third driver will be announced soon.

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Carlin is pleased to confirm Ido Cohen will join their FIA Formula Three team for the upcoming 2021 season. Israeli born Cohen, becomes the second driver to be...

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Car Specs

Engine Layout

Four cylinder in-line, 16 valves and twin overhead

Power

210bhp @ 6000rpm (approx)

Chassis

Dallara F312

Performance

Speed In excess of 160mph depending on the circuit and gearing

Acceleration

0-60mph in 3.0 seconds

Deceleration

130-50mph in 2.8 seconds

Weight

550kg including driver and ballast

Length

4188mm

Width

1825mm

Height

950mm

Construction

Carbon Fibre sandwich with AL/Nomex™ honeycomb

Tyres

Hankooks