Formula 3 is the third tier of open-wheel racing in the United Kingdom and is considered the stepping stone for aspiring racers to reach the highest levels of motorsport. The series is seen as the premier stepping stone for young drivers to reach the pinnacle of motorsport, Formula One. Formula 3 races are contested over a season of 17 weekends and feature a mix of street and permanent circuits. The series is run by the British Automobile Racing Club (BARC) and is sanctioned by the FIA. Formula 3 is a competitive, thrilling and highly competitive series that is a popular choice for many young drivers.
IT'S RACE WEEK! We'll finally see F1 cars back on track this weekend in Azerbaijan; goodbye social life. It's been fun. But it's also an exciting week for F1 in other aspects, with the F1 Academy's inaugural season kicking off. The new series is designed to prepare young female drivers for a career in motorsport and maximise the opportunities they are given. The category is intended to provide more track time, racing and testing access. It's hoped that it will become a part of the 'feeder series' ladder and help drivers progress to F3, F2 and then F1. Five teams,
Up-and-coming star motorsport commentator and presenter Harry Benjamin, and racing driver Callan O’Keeffe will present the WTF1 post-race podcast series for the rest of the 2023 season. Benjamin, who has worked on F1, F2 and F3 in recent times, will also host the Monday WTF1 podcast on non-race weekends, where he will be joined by a variety of guests from across the world of motorsport. Ex-Red Bull junior O’Keeffe is currently running a successful driver training academy alongside occasional race outings and brings a different level of insight to the show that is designed to be ‘By Fans for Fans’.