Next Event

Red Bull Ring, Austria:
28 - 30 June


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.

Team

Alex Peroni

At the age of just seven, Alex Peroni started his racing career in Australia. The passion made him, encouraged and supported by his family, to participate in racing events in Italy. Right off the bat, he came in the top 3 at his first event in Italy. The young driver, known for his smile and likable nature, took the small team to contest the Formula 4 World Championship with two podium finishes in 14th place - a good debut. At just 16, he won the championship and became the youngest Australian ever to win a one-seater championship in Europe! In 2017, in his debut year in the Formula Renault Eurocup, Alex finished 10th in the championship and won a race in the very difficult road race of Pau in southern France. He was the first Australian since Daniel Ricciardo in 2008, who won a Eurocup race.

Nationality: Australian
Born: 27/11/1999

Alessio Deledda

When Alessio was young the passion for engines obsessed him. This is how his incredible adventure began. He started with bikes, on the advice of his father, experiencing a year of National Trophy championship. He realized that his real passion is to drive cars and so he decided to change. He joined the Technorace Team in F4 with Alessandro Perullo: “A fantastic experience, the team became a family for me, feeding the passion and providing me with basic tools to success. I drove my first races, overcoming my fear, and I definitely realizing that is my life!” This year he has joined Campos Racing and will compete in FIA F3! “They have a fantastic team and a specialized academy to teach drivers how to do their best. They believed in me and offered the opportunity I was waiting for a lifetime. I train hard, always giving my best, and I am sure that at the end of the championship I’m going to achieve good results and we will have great satisfaction.”

Nationality: Italian
Born: 10/12/1994

Sebastián Fernández

Sebastián jumped into a go-kart at the age of 8 and has had one goal since then: F1! In this way, he has already completed countless races on the important kart tracks in the world. With the top 5 ranking of the karting world championship, he finished his karting career and switched to a Formula One car. Two years of F4 experience and many victories later, it was time to switch to F3 – a next step – on the way to F1.

Nationality: Venezuelan
Born: 12/07/2000