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2019 FIA Formula 3 Championship

2019 FIA Formula 3 Championship
Drivers' Champion: Robert Shwartzman
Teams' Champion: Prema Racing
Previous: 2018 (F3 Europe)
2018 (GP3)
Next: 2020
Parent series:
FIA Formula 1 World Championship
FIA Formula 2 Championship
Robert Shwartzman became the first FIA Formula 3 Champion, while his team Prema Racing won the Teams' Championship.

The 2019 FIA Formula 3 Championship was the tenth season of the third-tier of Formula One feeder championship and also inaugural first season under the moniker of FIA Formula 3 Championship, a multi-event motor racing championship for single-seat open-wheel formula racing cars. The championship featured drivers competing in three-point-four litre Formula 3 racing cars which conform to the technical regulations, or formula, of the championship. It ran in support of the Formula 1 World Championship and its sister series, the FIA Formula 2 Championship. It serves as the third tier of formula racing in the FIA Global Pathway. The championship was formed by the merger of the GP3 Series and the FIA Formula 3 European Championship in 2018, which brought the two championships under the umbrella of the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA).[1]

Prema Racing driver Robert Shwartzman won the championship title with one race to spare after collecting three race wins with six other podium finishes.[2] Shwartzman dominated from the first race of the season, losing the drivers' championship lead only for one race to his teammate Jehan Daruvala. Daruvala, who finished third overall, was victorious at Barcelona and Le Castellet. Marcus Armstrong, another Prema driver, finished second and won races at Hungaroring, Spa and Sochi. He passed Daruvala by one point in the drivers' championship just in the final race of the season. Prema Racing became the inaugural teams' champions after the second Spa-Francorchamps race.

Teams and driversEdit

The following teams and drivers competed in the 2019 championship. As the championship is a spec series, all teams competed with an identical Dallara F3 2019 chassis and a bespoke tyre compound developed by Pirelli.[3][4] Each car was powered by a 3.4 L (207 cu in) naturally-aspirated V6 engine developed by Mecachrome that was previously used in the Dallara GP3/16.[5] Teams were required to enter three cars.[6]

Entrant No. Driver name Rounds
  ART Grand Prix 1   David Beckmann All
2   Max Fewtrell All
3   Christian Lundgaard All
  MP Motorsport 4   Liam Lawson All
5   Simo Laaksonen All
6   Richard Verschoor All
  Sauber Junior Team by Charouz 7   Lirim Zendeli All
8   Fabio Scherer All
9   Raoul Hyman[note 1] All
  HWA Racelab 10   Bent Viscaal All
11   Jake Hughes All
12   Keyvan Andres[note 2] All
  Jenzer Motorsport 14   Yuki Tsunoda All
15   Artem Petrov 1
  Giorgio Carrara[note 3] 3, 5–7
  Federico Malvestiti 4
  Hon Chio Leong 8
16   Andreas Estner All
  Trident 17   Devlin DeFrancesco All
18   Pedro Piquet All
19   Niko Kari All
  Hitech Grand Prix 20   Leonardo Pulcini All
21   Jüri Vips All
22   Ye Yifei All
  Campos Racing 23   Alex Peroni 1–7
  David Schumacher 8
24   Alessio Deledda All
25   Sebastián Fernández[note 4] All
  Prema Racing 26   Marcus Armstrong All
27   Jehan Daruvala All
28   Robert Shwartzman All
  Carlin Buzz Racing 29   Teppei Natori All
30   Felipe Drugovich All
31   Logan Sargeant All
Source:[6][7][8][9][10]

Team entriesEdit

The merging of the GP3 Series and the FIA Formula 3 European Championship saw the FIA open up a tender process to prospective entrants. ART Grand Prix, Campos Racing, Jenzer Motorsport, MP Motorsport and Trident were selected from the GP3 Series entrants,[7] while Carlin, Hitech Grand Prix and Prema Racing were chosen from the Formula 3 European Championship.[7] Both Carlin and Prema Racing held entries in the championship's sister series Formula 2, as did Charouz Racing System.[7] Charouz later formed a partnership with Sauber Motorsport, which currently runs Alfa Romeo's team in Formula 1. The final entry was awarded to HWA Racelab, who joined the series after Mercedes-Benz withdrew from the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters touring car championship.[7] Formula 2 and GP3 regulars Arden International decided against entering Formula 3,[11] while Motopark—who competed in the Formula 3 European Championship—were unsuccessful in their application and instead entered the Japanese Super Formula Championship.[12]

Driver entriesEdit

Teppei Natori, who placed second in the 2018 F4 Japanese Championship, joined the series with Carlin Buzz Racing along with Euroformula Open champion Felipe Drugovich and Eurocup Formula Renault race winner Logan Sargeant.[13][14][15] FIA Formula 3 European Championship race winners and Ferrari juniors Marcus Armstrong and Robert Shwartzman continued their collaboration with Prema Racing into the championship.[16][17] Jehan Daruvala, who raced in Formula 3 European Championship with Carlin, also joined Prema Racing.[18]

Honda promoted F4 Japanese champion and Red Bull Junior, Yuki Tsunoda to the category with Jenzer Motorsport.[19] Artem Petrov joined the team from the Formula 3 European Championship and Andreas Estner from ADAC Formula 4.[20][21] Red Bull Junior Jüri Vips, who also raced in the Formula 3 European Championship, moved to the new championship with Hitech Grand Prix.[22] Leonardo Pulcini and Ye Yifei, who raced in GP3 with Campos Racing and Formula Renault with Josef Kaufmann Racing respectively, also joined Hitech Grand Prix.[23][24]

After racing in the GP3 Series with Jenzer Motorsport and Trident, David Beckmann signed with ART Grand Prix, who also took on Renault Sport Academy members Max Fewtrell and Christian Lundgaard.[25][26][27] Sebastián Fernández, Alex Peroni and Alessio Deledda joined Campos Racing after competing in the FIA European Formula 3 Championship with Motopark, Formula Renault Eurocup with MP Motorsport and Italian F4 with Technorace respectively.[28][29][30]

Keyvan Andres Soori, who raced in European Formula 3 with Van Amersfoort Racing, joined the championship with HWA Racelab.[31] He was partnered with Bent Viscaal, who was the runner-up in the 2018 Euroformula Open Championship driving for Teo Martín Motorsport, and Jake Hughes, who raced in GP3 with ART.[32][33] After racing with them in GP3, Richard Verschoor joined MP Motorsport alongside Simo Laaksonen and reigning TRS champion and Red Bull Junior, Liam Lawson.[34][35][36]

The Sauber Junior Team by Charouz entered the championship fielding reigning ADAC Formula 4 champion Lirim Zendeli, European Formula 3 racer Fabio Scherer and reigning F3 Asian champion Raoul Hyman.[37] After scoring two race wins with them in the 2018 GP3 Series, Pedro Piquet reunited with Trident and was joined by Niko Kari and Devlin DeFrancesco, both of whom switched from MP Motorsport.[38][39][40]

Mid-season changes

Artem Petrov ended his campaign after the first round due to lack of funding. His replacement at Jenzer Motorsport was Giorgio Carrara, however the Argentine can only start participating from the Spielberg round due to visa issues.[41][42][43] Carrara was replaced with Federico Malvestiti for the Silverstone round.[44] Carrara returned to the seat in Hungary.[9] Hon Chio Leong replaced Carrara for the season finale at Sochi Autodrom.[45]

Following an accident at the Monza round that left him with fractured vertebrae, Alex Peroni missed the final round at Sochi.[46] He was replaced with David Schumacher, son of Ralf.[47]

David Beckmann withdrew from the final round of the championship for personal reasons.[48]

CalendarEdit

A schedule of eight rounds was made to take place as part of the 2019 championship. The eight rounds were drawn from the 2018 GP3 Series calendar as the series was run on the Formula 1 support bill whereas the Formula 3 European Championship did not. The ninth round held at the Yas Marina Circuit in 2018 was omitted from the Formula 3 calendar to allow drivers the opportunity to compete in the 2019 Macau Grand Prix, which was announced during the season was be a non-championship round of the FIA Formula 3 Championship, as all teams and cars were at the event.

Round Circuit Race 1 Race 2
1   Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmeló 11 May 12 May
2   Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet 22 June 23 June
3   Red Bull Ring, Spielberg 29 June 30 June
4   Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone 13 July 14 July
5   Hungaroring, Mogyoród 3 August 4 August
6   Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot 31 August 1 September
7   Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza 7 September 8 September
8   Sochi Autodrom, Sochi 28 September 29 September
Source:[49]

Regulation changesEdit

The carEdit

For the championship's inaugural season, all teams were supplied with a new chassis package, named the Dallara F3 2019. It was still powered by a fuel-efficient 3.4 litre (207 cu in) naturally-aspirated direct-injected V6 engine developed by Mecachrome that also powered the GP3/16 chassis which was used in the championship's predecessor, the GP3 Series from 2016 to 2018. The chassis used tyres supplied by Pirelli and also featured the "halo" cockpit protection device used in the championship's sister series Formula One and Formula 2.

Technical regulationsEdit

The championship introduced a rule restricting the amount of downforce available during a race. Teams were free to run as much downforce as they choose during free practice and qualifying in order to find the ideal car setup, but the minimum and maximum allowable angle of the rear wing was specified by stewards ahead of the race.

Use of the Drag Reduction System (DRS) was unrestricted, whereas the championship's predecessor, GP3, restricted its use to six in the feature race and four in the sprint race.

Results and standingsEdit

Season summaryEdit

Round Circuit Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team Report
1 R1   Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya   Robert Shwartzman   Christian Lundgaard   Robert Shwartzman[note 5]   Prema Racing Report
R2   Jehan Daruvala   Jehan Daruvala   Prema Racing
2 R1   Circuit Paul Ricard   Jake Hughes   Yuki Tsunoda[note 6]   Jehan Daruvala   Prema Racing Report
R2   Marcus Armstrong   Robert Shwartzman   Prema Racing
3 R1   Red Bull Ring   Marcus Armstrong   Jüri Vips   Jüri Vips   Hitech Grand Prix Report
R2   Jake Hughes[note 7]   Jake Hughes[note 8]   HWA Racelab
4 R1   Silverstone Circuit   Jüri Vips   Jehan Daruvala[note 9]   Jüri Vips   Hitech Grand Prix Report
R2   Robert Shwartzman   Leonardo Pulcini   Hitech Grand Prix
5 R1   Hungaroring   Christian Lundgaard   Christian Lundgaard   Christian Lundgaard   ART Grand Prix Report
R2   Marcus Armstrong   Marcus Armstrong   Prema Racing
6 R1   Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps   Jehan Daruvala   Pedro Piquet   Pedro Piquet   Trident Report
R2   Marcus Armstrong   Marcus Armstrong   Prema Racing
7 R1   Autodromo Nazionale Monza   Christian Lundgaard   Robert Shwartzman   Robert Shwartzman   Prema Racing Report
R2   Richard Verschoor[note 10]   Yuki Tsunoda   Jenzer Motorsport
8 R1   Sochi Autodrom   Robert Shwartzman   Jake Hughes   Marcus Armstrong   Prema Racing Report
R2   Marcus Armstrong   Jüri Vips   Hitech Grand Prix

Scoring systemEdit

Points were awarded to the top 10 classified finishers in Race 1, and to the top 8 classified finishers in Race 2. The pole-sitter in Race 1 received four points, and two points were given to the driver who set the fastest lap inside the top ten in both races. No extra points are awarded to the pole-sitter in Race 2 as the grid for Race 2 is based on the results of Race 1 with the top eight drivers having their positions reversed.

Race 1 points
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   Pole   FL 
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 4 2
Race 2 points

Points were awarded to the top 8 classified finishers.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   FL 
Points 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 2

Drivers' championshipEdit

Pos. Driver CAT
 
LEC
 
RBR
 
SIL
 
HUN
 
SPA
 
MNZ
 
SOC
 
Points
1   Robert Shwartzman 1 4 2 1 5 3 5 2 5 Ret 2 3 1 8 2 3 212
2   Marcus Armstrong 3 5 6 6 3 19 3 4 8 1 8 1 21 14 1 2 158
3   Jehan Daruvala 7 1 1 3 4 2 2 28† 11 7 3 5 2 13 5 14 157
4   Jüri Vips 6 2 4 17 1 6 1 15 4 4 5 21 Ret 11 8 1 141
5   Pedro Piquet 26 16 3 2 6 15 6 27† Ret 27 1 6 5 5 6 Ret 98
6   Christian Lundgaard 2 6 Ret 15 26 17 7 5 1 5 4 4 13 9 14 9 97
7   Jake Hughes 17 Ret Ret 7 7 1 9 Ret 3 3 21 Ret 6 3 7 4 90
8   Leonardo Pulcini 20 21 Ret 12 9 5 4 1 7 2 7 7 10 6 4 16 78
9   Yuki Tsunoda 10 9 7 9 16 11 14 7 9 6 6 2 3 1 12 25† 67
10   Max Fewtrell 5 8 Ret 18 2 4 19 12 2 24 9 Ret 14 21 11 11 57
11   Liam Lawson NC 17 9 5 14 25 8 3 16 9 12 19 7 2 18 8 41
12   Niko Kari 8 3 18 24† 11 8 18 19 14 12 19 Ret Ret 15 3 5 36
13   Richard Verschoor 19 19 14 4 10 12 17 21 27† 17 17 11 4 4 10 7 34
14   David Beckmann 4 7 10 Ret 15 10 11 6 28† 19 10 12 Ret 28† WD WD 20
15   Bent Viscaal 13 13 5 20 13 Ret 22 20 19 10 20 14 17 27† Ret 17 10
16   Felipe Drugovich 11 10 19 10 12 14 13 10 6 Ret 18 9 16 12 25 15 8
17   Fabio Scherer 27 Ret 15 Ret Ret 23 16 8 15 13 27 18 8 7 Ret Ret 7
18   Lirim Zendeli 14 11 Ret 16 8 7 15 9 Ret 20 22 22† Ret 18 WD WD 6
19   Logan Sargeant 15 14 12 8 22 26 26 13 10 8 13 Ret 9 10 15 10 5
20   Alex Peroni 12 24 8 14 21 Ret 10 Ret 26 16 Ret 15 Ret DNS 5
21   Ye Yifei 22 Ret 13 22 20 Ret 12 11 18 22 15 10 Ret 19 13 6 4
22   Raoul Hyman 21 Ret 17 13 19 16 Ret 18 22 25 26 Ret 15 17 9 13 2
23   Simo Laaksonen 9 Ret 20† Ret 18 18 24 24 17 18 24 Ret 20 20 17 Ret 2
24   Teppei Natori 24 15 Ret Ret Ret 22 25 16 20 Ret 11 8 11 29† 20 19 1
25   Devlin DeFrancesco 23 20 21† 21 17 9 27 17 12 11 29 Ret 12 16 23 12 0
26   Andreas Estner 25 22 11 11 23 20 23 22 21 15 23 17 22 24 24 18 0
27   Sebastián Fernández 16 12 Ret Ret 24 Ret 20 14 13 23 25 13 18 26 16 24† 0
28   Keyvan Andres 28 18 DNS 19 27 13 21 26 23 14 14 16 19 22 19 23 0
29   Alessio Deledda Ret 23 16 23 25 24 Ret 25 24 26 28 20 23 25 21 22 0
30   Giorgio Carrara 28 21 25 21 16 Ret Ret 23 0
31   Artem Petrov 18 Ret 0
32   David Schumacher 22 20 0
33   Hon Chio Leong Ret 21 0
34   Federico Malvestiti Ret 23 0
Pos. Driver CAT
 
LEC
 
RBR
 
SIL
 
HUN
 
SPA
 
MNZ
 
SOC
 
Points
Key
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Other points position
Blue Other classified position
Not classified, finished (NC)
Purple Not classified, retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not practice (DNP)
Excluded (EX)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Withdrawn (WD)
Text formating Meaning
Bold Pole position
Italics Fastest lap


Notes:

  •   – Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed more than 90% of the race distance.

Teams' championshipEdit

Pos. Team No. CAT
 
LEC
 
RBR
 
SIL
 
HUN
 
SPA
 
MNZ
 
SOC
 
Points
1   Prema Racing 26 3 5 6 6 3 19 3 4 8 1 8 1 21 14 1 2 527
27 7 1 1 3 4 2 2 28† 11 7 3 5 2 13 5 14
28 1 4 2 1 5 3 5 2 5 Ret 2 3 1 8 2 3
2   Hitech Grand Prix 20 20 21 Ret 12 9 5 4 1 7 2 7 7 10 6 4 16 223
21 6 2 4 17 1 6 1 15 4 4 5 21 Ret 11 8 1
22 22 Ret 13 22 20 Ret 12 11 18 22 15 10 Ret 19 13 6
3   ART Grand Prix 1 4 7 10 Ret 15 10 11 6 28† 19 10 12 Ret 28† WD WD 174
2 5 8 Ret 18 2 4 19 12 2 24 9 Ret 14 21 11 11
3 2 6 Ret 15 26 17 7 5 1 5 4 4 13 9 14 9
4   Trident 17 23 20 21† 21 17 9 27 17 12 11 29 Ret 12 16 23 12 134
18 26 16 3 2 6 15 6 27† Ret 27 1 6 5 5 6 Ret
19 8 3 18 24† 11 8 18 19 14 12 19 Ret Ret 15 3 5
5   HWA Racelab 10 13 13 5 20 13 Ret 22 20 19 10 20 14 17 27† Ret 17 100
11 17 Ret Ret 7 7 1 9 Ret 3 3 21 Ret 6 3 7 4
12 28 18 DNS 19 27 13 21 26 23 14 14 16 19 22 19 24†
6   MP Motorsport 4 NC 17 9 5 14 25 8 3 16 9 12 19 7 2 18 8 77
5 9 Ret 20† Ret 18 18 18 24 17 18 24 Ret 20 20 17 Ret
6 19 19 14 4 10 12 17 21 27† 17 17 11 4 4 10 7
7   Jenzer Motorsport 14 10 9 7 9 16 11 14 7 9 6 6 2 3 1 12 25† 67
15 18 Ret 28 21 Ret 23 25 21 16 Ret Ret 23 Ret 21
16 25 22 11 11 23 20 23 22 21 15 23 17 22 24 24 18
8   Sauber Junior Team by Charouz 7 14 11 Ret 16 8 7 15 9 Ret 20 22 22† Ret 18 WD WD 15
8 27 Ret 15 Ret Ret 23 16 8 15 13 27 18 8 7 Ret Ret
9 21 Ret 17 13 19 16 Ret 18 22 25 26 Ret 15 17 9 13
9   Carlin Buzz Racing 29 24 15 Ret Ret Ret 22 25 16 20 Ret 11 8 11 29† 20 19 14
30 11 10 19 10 12 14 13 10 6 Ret 18 9 16 12 25 15
31 15 14 12 8 22 26 26 13 10 8 13 Ret 9 10 15 10
10   Campos Racing 23 12 24 8 14 21 Ret 10 Ret 26 16 Ret 15 Ret DNS 22 20 5
24 Ret 23 16 23 25 24 Ret 25 24 26 28 20 23 25 21 22
25 16 12 Ret Ret 24 Ret 20 14 13 23 25 13 18 26 16 23†
Pos. Team No. CAT
 
LEC
 
RBR
 
SIL
 
HUN
 
SPA
 
MNZ
 
SOC
 
Points
Key
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Other points position
Blue Other classified position
Not classified, finished (NC)
Purple Not classified, retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not practice (DNP)
Excluded (EX)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Withdrawn (WD)
Text formating Meaning
Bold Pole position
Italics Fastest lap


Notes:

  •   – Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed more than 90% of the race distance.

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Raoul Hyman is a South African driver competing under a British licence.
  2. ^ Keyvan Andres is a German driver competing under an Iranian licence.
  3. ^ Giorgio Carrara is an Argentine driver competing under a Swiss licence.
  4. ^ Sebastián Fernández is a Venezuelan driver competing under a Spanish licence.
  5. ^ Christian Lundgaard won the race, but was subsequently issued with a five-second time penalty for a virtual safety car (VSC) infringement.[50]
  6. ^ Felipe Drugovich set the fastest lap, but finished outside the top 10, so he was ineligible to score points for the fastest lap.
  7. ^ Christian Lundgaard set the fastest lap, but finished outside the top 10, so he was ineligible to score points for the fastest lap.
  8. ^ Robert Shwartzman won the race, but was subsequently issued with a five-second time penalty for a collision with Marcus Armstrong.
  9. ^ Logan Sargeant set the fastest lap, but finished outside the top 10, so he was ineligible to score points for the fastest lap.
  10. ^ Jüri Vips set the fastest lap, but finished outside the top 10, so he was ineligible to score points for the fastest lap.

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