Red Bull junior programme newcomer Liam Lawson will race in FIA Formula 3 alongside his previously confirmed Formula European Masters commitments.
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Keyvan Andres has become the first driver to join HWA’s new FIA Formula 3 outfit for the 2019 season.
Top junior single-seater outfit Prema Racing has signed Ferrari Academy junior Robert Shwartzman, completing its FIA Formula 3 line-up for the 2019 season.
Carlin has announced Honda protege Teppei Natori as its first driver signing for the 2019 FIA Formula 3 season.
New FIA Formula 3 Championship boss Bruno Michel says he is "disappointed" the Motopark team missed out on an entry, despite his organisation being behind the squad's omission.
In 2018, the junior single-seater scene was full of exciting talent, shown best by Mercedes, Red Bull and McLaren each bringing an F2 star into Formula 1. Motorsport.com ranks the top 20 youngsters of the year.
Red Bull has officially revealed plans for its new-look junior programme in 2019, confirming Super Formula moves for Dan Ticktum and Lucas Auer as part of a tie-in with Honda Formula Dream Project.
The Macau Grand Prix is edging closer to sticking with the former generation of Formula 3 cars in the wake of Sophia Floersch’s massive accident in the 2018 race last month.
Ferrari Academy driver and 2017 Italian Formula 4 champion Marcus Armstrong will drive for Prema Racing in the FIA Formula 3 Championship next year.
Formula 3 racing will replace GP3 on the Formula 1 support bill in 2019 with a new car. It will be promoted by the same organisation that runs Formula 2, which has learned from the issues that plagued the second-tier championship's new car in '18.
Nikita Mazepin won the GP3 season finale in Abu Dhabi as Juan Manuel Correa's victory bid ended with a penalty despite him leading most of the race.
Anthoine Hubert became the last champion in GP3 history by finishing the first race of the Abu Dhabi finale in third, as Leonardo Pulcini scored the race win.
Motorsport Network’s Julia Piquet interviews her racing brother Pedro, the latest of the racing Piquets, about what it’s like to carry a famous surname in motor racing. And they discuss his massive Porsche Carrera Cup crash in Brazil.
While Artem Markelov seems set to race F1 in 2019, another young Russian, Nikita Mazepin, has been turning heads this year both in GP3 and in F1 tests with Force India. He joins Peter Windsor on the set of the Motorsport Show in the build-up to the next r