2019 Formula European Masters

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The 2019 Formula European Masters was going to be a multi-event, Formula 3 open-wheel single seater motor racing championship held across Europe. The championship would feature Formula 3 cars that conform to the former FIA Formula 3 regulations for the championship. The series was cancelled on March 22nd due to a lack of participating teams, having only six participating drivers confirmed on that date.[1]

The season would have commenced on May 4th at Hockenheimring and would have concluded on October 6th at the same place, after nine meetings. However due to lack of competitors, the series officially cancelled.

Teams and drivers

On December 21st, 2018, six teams were listed for the season.[2]

Team Driver
Template:Flagicon Double R Racing[2] Template:Flagicon TBA
Template:Flagicon Fortec Motorsports[2] Template:Flagicon Cameron Das[3]
Template:Flagicon Calan Williams[4]
Template:Flagicon Jo Zeller Racing[2] Template:Flagicon TBA
Template:Flagicon Motopark[2] Template:Flagicon Liam Lawson[5]
Template:Flagicon Marino Sato[6]
Template:Flagicon Yuki Tsunoda[7]
Template:Flagicon Mücke Motorsport[2] Template:Flagicon TBA
Template:Flagicon Neuhauser Racing[8] Template:Flagicon TBA
Template:Flagicon PAVE Motorsport[9] Template:Flagicon TBA
Template:Flagicon Van Amersfoort Racing[2] Template:Flagicon Sophia Flörsch[10]

Provisional calendar

The provisional calendar was announced on 12 October 2018.[11] All rounds were scheduled to support DTM events.

Round Circuit Date
1 R1 Template:Flagicon Hockenheimring 3–5 May
R2
R3
2 R1 Template:Flagicon Circuit Zolder 17–19 May
R2
R3
3 R1 Template:Flagicon Misano World Circuit 7–9 June
R2
R3
4 R1 Template:Flagicon Norisring 5–7 July
R2
R3
5 R1 Template:Flagicon TT Circuit Assen 19–21 July
R2
R3
6 R1 Template:Flagicon Brands Hatch 10–11 August
R2
R3
7 R1 Template:Flagicon EuroSpeedway Lausitz 23–25 August
R2
R3
8 R1 Template:Flagicon Nürburgring 13–15 September
R2
R3
9 R1 Template:Flagicon Hockenheimring 4–6 October
R2
R3

References

  1. "2019 motor-sport season without Formula European Masters". 22 March 2019. https://www.formula-em.com/2019/03/22/2019-motor-sport-season-without-formula-european-masters/. Retrieved 22 March 2019. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 "Already 16 cars on the 2019 entry list". 21 December 2018. https://www.formula-em.com/2018/12/21/already-16-cars-on-the-2019-entry-list/. Retrieved 21 December 2018. 
  3. "Cam Das signs Fortec Motorsport deal". Formula European Masters. 19 February 2019. https://www.formula-em.com/2019/02/19/cam-das-signs-fortec-motorsport-deal/. 
  4. Waring, Bethonie (March 4, 2019). "Calan Williams continues with Fortec for Formula European Masters campaign". FormulaScout. http://www.formulascout.com/calan-williams-continues-with-fortec-for-formula-european-masters-campaign/48691. Retrieved March 4, 2019. 
  5. Allen, Peter (18 February 2019). "Liam Lawson signed to Red Bull Junior Team after TRS title, to race for Motopark in FEM". FormulaScout. http://www.formulascout.com/liam-lawson-signed-to-red-bull-junior-team-after-trs-title-to-race-for-motopark-in-fem/48386. Retrieved 18 February 2019. 
  6. Allen, Peter (28 February 2019). "Marino Sato to stay in Formula European Masters with Motopark after testing F2". FormulaScout. http://www.formulascout.com/marino-sato-to-stay-in-formula-european-masters-with-motopark-after-testing-f2/48603. Retrieved 28 February 2019. 
  7. Khorounzhiy, Valentin (5 December 2018). "Red Bull firms up Honda-linked junior team plan for 2019". Motorsport.com. Motorsport Network. https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/red-bull-honda-ticktum-auer/4308936/. Retrieved 5 December 2018. 
  8. "Media facts: biggest reach on every channel – 10 teams with 20 vehicles on the entry list". 7 February 2019. https://www.formula-em.com/2019/02/07/media-facts-biggest-reach-on-every-channel-10-teams-with-20-vehicles-on-the-entry-list/. Retrieved 10 February 2019. 
  9. Costa, Massimo (17 January 2019). "PAVE Motorsport la novità italiana per la stagione 2019 (PAVE Motorsport the Italian novelty for the 2019 season)". ITALIARACING.net. https://www.italiaracing.net/PAVE-Motorsport-la-novita-italiana-per-la-stagione-2019/236696/7. Retrieved 19 January 2019. 
  10. Allen, Peter. "Sophia Floersch to continue in Formula European Masters on return from injury". http://www.formulascout.com/sophia-floersch-to-continue-in-formula-european-masters-on-return-from-injury/47065. Retrieved 13 December 2018. 
  11. Allen, Peter (12 October 2018). "European F3 successor to race only at DTM rounds in 2019". formulascout.com (Formula Scout). http://www.formulascout.com/european-f3-successor-to-race-only-at-dtm-rounds-in-2019/45691. Retrieved 5 December 2018. 

External links

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