The inaugural British F3 iRacing Championship gets underway on Sunday (17 May) with a packed grid of current and former F3 drivers, plus promise of some surprise names making appearances throughout the five-round series.
All the action will be streamed live every Sunday from 6pm BST for the next five weeks on the official British F3 Facebook page and YouTube channel, in association with Apex Racing TV. Popular commentator Mark Werrell will be on hand to offer his insight and expertise as the championship unfolds.
All eight teams in the 2020 BRDC British F3 Championship will be represented on the grid, alongside a handful of independent entries:
R1 Oulton Park International entry list
Enaam Ahmed Nicolai Kjaergaard Jamie Caroline Carlin
Nico Varrone Josh Skelton Kieran Vernon Chris Dittmann Racing
Ben Pedersen Louis Foster Double R Racing
Ulysse De Pauw Kiern Jewiss Harrison Scott Douglas Motorsport
Tom Gamble Ben Barnicoat Johnathon Hoggard Fortec Motorsports
Oliver Clarke Ali Al Khalifa Vladimiros Tziortzis Hillspeed
Carter Williams JHR Developments
Piers Prior Bart Horsten Josh Mason Lanan
Jake Dalton Independent
Chris Middlehurst Independent
Chris Mealin Independent
Thomas Maxwell Independent
Will Palmer Independent
The overall winner of the championship will be presented with The Jack Cavill Trophy and a magnum of Champagne, and the winning team will also receive a trophy. Points will replicate the actual British F3 race series, with 35 points for a win down to one point for 20th place. Each round consists of practice, qualifying and two 20-minute races, the second a full reverse grid, and the top two drivers in each team will earn team points.
The championship runs until Sunday 14 June, with visits to circuits including Spa in Belgium and a final round on the Grand Prix layout at Donington Park:
British F3 iRacing Championship Calendar
Sunday 17 May Oulton Park (International)
Sunday 24 May Spa
Sun 31 May Silverstone (Grand Prix)
Sun 7 June Brands Hatch (Grand Prix)
Sun 14 June Donington Park (Grand Prix)
Regular news and updates, including race reports and standings, will be published on the British F3 website and all social media channels.
A full two-hour broadcast featuring practice, qualifying and two races plus build-up and driver interviews will be streamed live from 6pm BST on the British F3 Facebook page and YouTube channel. For live timing click here.
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2 August 2020 - Race four starts at 15.30 - Frederick on pole