F3 Asian Championship At a Glance
The F3 Asian Championship is fully certified by motorsports’ world governing body, the FIA, with a 5-round, 15-race season held at tracks in Malaysia, Thailand, Japan and China.
F3 Asian Championship Car Details
The cars comply with the latest FIA specifications and features a number of enhanced safety features including the new Halo device and improved side impact protection. It has a six-speed paddle shift gear box, and is powered by a 270hp turbo engine.
Chassis: Tatuus F.3 T-318
Engine: Alfa Romeo 1750 Tbi 270HP @ 6.000 RPM
Transmission: Sadev SL-R 82 six-speed gearbox LSD, Paddle shift Magneti Marelli ESA
F3 Asian Championship Current Season
2019 season consists of 5 rounds of 3 races each. 17 drivers are signed up with a number from both within Asia and outside.
F3 Asian Championship Notes of Interest
In addition to the main championship there is also a new for 2019 winter series.
History of the F3 Asian Championship
The Series kicked off in 2018 with a 5-round, 15-race season held at Malaysia and China’s F1 circuits and the Ningbo International Speedway in China.
Notable Drivers who have competed in the F3 Asian Championship