FIA F3 started in 2010 as a stage below FIA F2. In the FIA F3, every car uses the same chassis, the same engine and the same tires. Therefore, it really depends on the driving performance of the drivers and the ability of the team to get the most out of the car. Many FIA F1 drivers had their professional start in the FIA F3.

WEEKEND FORMAT

The Friday free Practice session of 45 minutes and one Qualifying session of 30 minutes.

Two races will take place on Saturday (Race 1 and Race 2) whilst Race 3 will occur on Sunday morning ahead of the Formula 1 Grand Prix. All three races will be forty minutes long.

A timetable will be issued before every round to determine the timing of each session.


STARTING GRIDS

With three races and only one Qualifying session over the weekend, it has been decided that the final classification of Friday’s Qualifying session will determine the starting grid for Sunday’s Race 3.

The starting grid of Saturday’s Race 1 will be determined by reversing the top 12 finishers of Friday’s Qualifying session.

Finally, the starting grid of Race 2 will be determined by reversing the top 12 finishers of Saturday’s Race 1.

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