The first legitimate publish-season check of the 2020 FIA Formula 3 Championship begins the next day to come to come on the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, in Spain. The two-day tournament takes space on October 5-6, and offers groups and drivers the chance to plan a line below the 2020 advertising campaign and originate to shift their specialize in to subsequent season.
Sorting out on Monday will consist of two three-hour sessions origin at 9am and 2pm (local time). Tuesday’s morning session will even urge from 9am except 12pm, while the afternoon session will gain space between 1pm and 4pm.
The drivers will urge on Pirelli’s no longer easy compound tyre, with every car allocated six devices for the tournament.
FRESH FACES AND RETURNING FAVOURITES
A bunch of contemporary riding skills joins the FIA Formula 3 paddock for locating out, hoping to provoke and seemingly accomplish themselves a trail seat for 2021.
Ferrari Driver Academy’s Artur Leclerc, youthful brother of 2017 FIA Formula 2 champion and Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles, will consult with PREMA Racing. The Monegasque racer is at this time first in the Formula Regional European Championship, and can very neatly be joined on both Monday and Tuesday by the returning Crimson Bull junior Dennis Hauger. David Schumacher exams with the crew on Day 1, sooner than Roman Stanek jumps into the No. 3 machine for Day 2.
Victor Martins, who heads the standings in the Formula Renault Eurocup, exams on both days with ART Vast Prix, while Renault Sport Academy member Caio Collet joins MP Motorsport on the second day of the tournament.
The Dutch outfit will even urge Jonny Edgar of the Crimson Bull Junior Personnel on Monday and Tuesday. The British racer at this time leads ADAC Formula 4, sooner than fellow Crimson Bull junior Jak Crawford who joins Igor Fraga at Hitech Vast Prix for both days.
2020 FIA F3 drivers Jack Doohan and Clément Novalak make the swap to Trident, with Olli Caldwell transferring from the Italian crew to hitch ART. Enzo Fittipaldi and Calan Williams both dwell build, with HWA RACELAB and Jenzer Motorsport respectively, while Sophia Flörsch joins Carlin Buzz Racing.
|1||Artur Leclerc||PREMA Racing||MON|
|3||David Schumacher (D1)||DEU|
|Roman Stanek (D2)||CZE|
|4||Igor Fraga||Hitech Vast Prix||BRA|
|6||Oliver Rasmussen (D1)||DNK|
|Pierre Louis Chovet (D2)||FRA|
|7||Roman Stanek (D1)||ART Vast Prix||CZE|
|Matteo Nannini (D2)||ITA|
|12||Rafael Villagomez (D1)||MEX|
|David Schumacher (D2)||DEU|
|14||Jake Hughes (D1)||HWA RACELAB||GBR|
|Tijmen van der Helm (D2)||NLD|
|16||William Alatalo (D1)||FIN|
|Oliver Rasmussen (D2)||DNK|
|17||Franco Colapinto (D1)||MP Motorsport||ARG|
|Caio Collet (D2)||BRA|
|20||Calan Williams||Jenzer Motorsport||AUS|
|23||Patrik Pasma||Charouz Racing System||FIN|
|26||Ido Cohen||Carlin Buzz Racing||ISR|
|29||Alessandro Famularo||Campos Racing||VEN|
|30||Pierre Louis Chovet (D1)||FRA|
|Rafael Villagomez (D2)||MEX|
|31||Matteo Nannini (D1)||ITA|
|William Alatalo (D2)||FIN|