2016 Championship Registration and Entries now open!
Registration and Entries for the 2016 Championship are now available
MotorSport Vision Racing (MSVR), the organisers of the F3 Cup championship, are pleased to announce that registration and entries for the 2016 season are now open.
This year is already looking to be one of the best in the championship's history, and in keeping with the value-for-money ethos, costs have been kept in check once again. Registration for the year costs just £295, with guest registration options available to drivers who are keen to experience the thrill of Formula 3 racing, but perhaps not in a position to commit to the whole year upfront.
Entry fees will continue to offer drivers exceptional value, while providing the opportunity to race at some of Europe's favourite circuits. Rounds at F1's British home, the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit, and Brands Hatch GP (which has hosted numerous British and European Grands Prix) will cost just £540. The European round at Spa-Francorchamps, sharing the grid with the Monoposto Racing Club, will cost £735 (please click here for the Spa entry form). A number of other rounds will offer three races for £435 (namely Donington Park National, Brands Hatch Indy, and Snetterton 300) while Oulton Park will offer the convenience of a two race, one day meeting for the same price. You can view the full calendar here.
Following a successful introduction last year, the F3 Cup Online Entry System will be in action again for 2016, and can be accessed at http://entries.f3cup.com. The site offers a one-stop-shop to register, manage your team's details and securely pay race entries.
Interested drivers are encouraged to contact one of the F3 Cup teams, who are happy to offer advice and information. F3 cars are available for sale through the Marketplace section of the F3 Cup website, or a number of teams are able to hire cars to drivers who would like assistance running these high-tech machines. Additionally, the 2016 Prospectus is available to download here.
MSVR Competition Secretary Simon Gnana-Pragasam said, "We're thrilled to open registration and entries for the 2016 F3 Cup Championship. We have had more interest over the winter months than ever before, and a number of new drivers and teams have committed to buying new cars with the intention of a full-season campaign. Costs have remained broadly in line with last year and as a result F3 Cup will continue to offer drivers a unique opportunity to race proper F3 cars, at the best circuits, in a cost-effective way."