The Euroformula Open series is one of the most important championships for current Formula Three cars. It is, de facto, a revamped European Formule Three Championship even though it’s staged as an open series without an official FIA status. The cars are Dallara chassis, powered by engines from either Spiess or HWA. The overall winner of the series is credited with 15 points towards his FIA Super Licence.

The series has it’s root in the Spanish Formula Three Championship and has slowly but surely grown into an international championship of it’s own right. Since the international single-seater landscape has been re-organised, most of those teams which have thus far been successful in the domestic Formula Three series in England, Germany and France have turned their attention to Euroformula Open, pushing the borders of the championship and boosting it’s competitiveness. Races are held on prestigious Formula One tracks like Monza, Silverstone, Spa, Barcelona, Hockenheim, Hungaroring and Paul Ricard – but also on the classic Formula Three site, the streets of Pau.

Since the 2020 season, the car of choice is the current Dallara F320, which carries the DNA of Formula Three: It’s a lightweight car with ultra-efficient aerodynamics, state-of-the-art suspensions, light and powerful engine and Michelin tyres. The net result is a car that demands more from the drivers than any other single-seater, making Euroformula Open the best school for F1.


  PORTUGAL Portimao 02.05.2021

  FRANCE Paul Ricard 16.05.2021

  BELGIUM Spa 20.06.2021

  HUNGARY Hungaroring 11.07.2021

  ITALY Imola 25.07.2021

  AUSTRIA Red Bull Ring 12.09.2021

  ITALY Monza 26.09.2021

  SPAIN Barcelona 24.10.2021


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