New F3 Cup website launches alongside provisional 2018 calendar

MSVR is delighted to announce a thorough revamp of the championship’s online presence, plus the 2018 prospectus and the provisional 2018 calendar


MotorSport Vision Racing (MSVR), the organiser of the F3 Cup championship, is delighted to announce a thorough revamp of the championship’s online presence, alongside the 2018 prospectus and the provisional 2018 calendar.

In collaboration with MSV’s in-house web development team, a bright new website has been built for the championship. The site is fully responsive for mobile devices, and amongst other improvements features an innovative new driver and team standings page which is much easier to navigate. The site is generally quicker and easier to use and will provide a much improved public face for the championship.

Many popular aspects of the old site have been retained but improved, including the F3 Cup Marketplace which hosts classified adverts of cars and parts for sale, plus available drives with existing teams. The news archive dating back to 2011 has also been transferred, allowing prospective (and past) drivers and teams a glimpse into the rich history of the championship. To that end, the 2018 prospectus is also available now. The prospectus has proved useful over the past few years both to drivers looking for sponsorship and teams looking for drivers.

At race weekends the F3 Cup LIVE page introduced last season will see a new look, with live timing alongside real-time Twitter updates to keep fans up to speed on the racing action.

Alongside the new website, a brand new Instagram account has been launched which will kick into action as the new season approaches.

To complete the overhaul, the championship has a dynamic, fresh new logo. A clear evolution of the previous iteration, the logo encapsulates the progression of the championship to date and points to a bright future.


In conjunction with the new website, MSVR is pleased to announce the provisional 2018 F3 Cup calendar. Once again taking in the highlights of British motor-racing, the year kicks off with the traditional triple-header weekend at Donington Park in April. Following that, the championship moves to Kent for a pair of races on the iconic Brands Hatch GP circuit in May, before heading to the Silverstone National circuit in June. Oulton Park plays host in July, before the drivers tackle the fast Snetterton 300 circuit in August. A return to Rockingham (for the first time since 2014) beckons in September before the season finale at Formula 1’s British home, the Silverstone GP circuit, in October.

A number of exciting announcements are yet to come before the new season gets underway, so be sure to follow the championship online for the latest news.





2018 Prospectus: