Leclerc Wins On GP3 Debut At Spain

Ferrari protege Charles Leclerc has won the opening round of the 2016 GP3 campaign at Catalunya, in what was a lights-to-flag victory for the Monegasque. There wasn’t that much overtaking in the race considering the closeness of qualifying earlier in the day and the new car which was announced by Dallara last year. It was

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2016 GP3 Series Calendar Announced

The 2016 GP3 calendar has been released this week, which features a 10-venue round which kicks off in Barcelona in May and finishes in Abu Dhabi in November. 13-15 May – Barcelona, Spain 01-03 July – Spielberg, Austria 08-10 July – Silverstone, Great-Britain 22-24 July – Budapest, Hungary 29-31 July – Hockenheim, Germany 26-28 August – Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium 02-04 September – Monza,

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Ocon Wins GP3 Title In Abu Dhabi Showdown

Esteban Ocon has been crowned your 2015 GP3 champion after finishing ahead of rival Luca Ghiotto in todays race. The Mercedes development driver took the championship lead on Friday when he posted the fastest time in Qualifying to start on pole position for yesterdays race. However a five-second time penalty for track limits thwarted what should

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GP3/16 Unveiled In Monza

The 2016 GP3 chassis has been unveiled in Monza ahead of this weekends 10th round of the championship. The new car designed and built by Dallara, is the third generation for the series and features a brand new Mecachrome 3.4 litre V6 which produces 400bhp. However the most significant change to this new car is

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GP3 Teases Next Generation Car On Twitter

GP3 have teased the next generation car on Twitter this morning with the caption: “The stars can’t go on holiday without the paparazzi following them… #GP3NewGeneration #Teasing.” The series looks to be testing the new car which features a slightly shortened shark fin, new rear wing, sidepods, and a Formula 1 style front wing. Any

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Kirchhofer Wins GP3 Sprint Race

Marvin Kirchhofer won todays GP3 sprint race from Eriksson and Jann Mardenborough. The ART driver was wasted no time in getting a good start off the line and attacking pole man Antonio Fuoco through the third corner as the Carlin driver ran wide on exit, for the lead of the race. Fuoco then dropped further

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