The Formula 3 Asian Championship is fully certified by the sport's world governing body, the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). The F3 Asian Championship certified by FIA, has adopted the federation's ground-breaking new single chassis, single engine concept.
The addition of another regional FIA Formula 3 championship will be a hugely positive step in the development of the category around the world. Junior motorsport has been growing rapidly in Asia in recent years, with highly competitive FIA Formula 4 series in China, Japan and South East Asia giving young drivers a better opportunity than ever before to advance their skills and move up to the next level. Now with the F3 Asian Championship Certified by FIA, these drivers will have a great place to compete at a regional level.
The F3 Asian Championship represents a substantial boost to the FIA driver development pyramid concept, designed to take drivers from Formula 4 to Formula 1. Formula 4 China, established in 2015, was joined by Formula 4 South East Asia in 2017 and both are expected to be key feeder series for the F3 Asian Championship certified by FIA.
The Tatuus F3 cars comply with the latest FIA specifications and feature a number of enhanced safety features including the new Halo device and improved side impact protection and has a six-speed paddle shift gear box. It is powered by the autotecnica 270hp turbo engine.
Carrying FIA Super License points for top 1-9 of the champion, the series will also include a Team Championship.
Thursday or Friday Pre event testing: up to 120 min
Friday Free practice session : 1: 30 min
Qualifying 1: 15 minutes (grid for race 1)
Qualifying 2: 15 minutes (grid for race 3)
Saturday Race 1: 25 minutes (fastest lap grid for race 2)
Saturday Race 2: 25 minutes
Sunday Race 3: 25 minutes
Race 1 Drawn up in the order of qualifying 1 results
Race 2 Drawn up in the order of Best Lap Time achieved during Race 1
Race 3 Drawn up in the order of Qualifying 2 Results