2025 FIA Formula 3 Championship Season Calendar Announced

2025 FIA Formula 3 Championship Season Calendar Announced
2025 FIA Formula 3 Championship Season Calendar Announced

FIA Formula 3 has officially announced its calendar for the 2025 season. This upcoming season will feature ten rounds, all of which are support events for the FIA Formula One World Championship and the FIA Formula 2 Championship. The ten teams and thirty drivers will compete in a total of twenty races spread across three continents.

The seventh season of the FIA Formula 3 Championship will kick off in Melbourne, Australia, from March 14-16. The series will then move to Sakhir, Bahrain, for the second round from April 11-13. The European leg of the championship begins with a triple-header, starting in Imola, Italy, from May 16-18, followed by races in Monte Carlo, Monaco, from May 23-25, and in Barcelona, Spain, from May 30 to June 1.

After a short break, the action will resume in Spielberg, Austria, from June 27-29, and continue in Silverstone, UK, from July 4-6. Another double-header will follow, with races at Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, from July 25-27, and at the Hungaroring in Budapest, Hungary, from August 1-3. The season will conclude in Monza, Italy, from September 5-7.

Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO of Formula 1

“F3 is providing fantastic action on track for our fans this year and I am delighted that the series will again be joining Formula 1 at 10 events next season. The skill of the drivers and the intense action on track is thrilling for our fans and demonstrates the talent in the pipeline we have for the future. F3 is a vital part of our pyramid system, and I want to thank the FIA, Bruno Michel, CEO F2/F3, and his team, all the competitors for the amazing job they do, and pay tribute to Dallara, Mecachrome, Aramco, and Pirelli for their continued support of the series. We are all looking forward to the rest of the season and an exciting 2025.”

FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem

“The FIA Formula 3 Championship provides a wonderful opportunity for young drivers from regional and national series to race at venues which feature on the schedule of the pinnacle of the sport – the FIA Formula One World Championship. Once again, we have an exciting calendar for 2025. F3 demonstrates the FIA’s commitment to nurturing young talent and broadening their horizons.”

Bruno Michel, CEO of FIA Formula 3

“I’m very pleased to keep ten rounds, 20 races, for Formula 3 in 2025. Next season’s calendar comprises the same tracks as in 2024. We’re bringing F3 on three different continents, which is fantastic for these young drivers, who are able to learn new tracks and race in front of the F1 and F2 paddocks. So far, in 2024, we’ve seen some incredible racing, so I expect the same for next year.”

2025 FIA Formula 3 Championship Calendar

14-16 MarchMelbourne, Australia
11-13 AprilSakhir, Bahrain
16-18 MayImola, Italy
22-25 MayMonte-Carlo, Monaco
30 May – 01 JuneBarcelona, Spain
27-29 JuneSpielberg, Austria
04-06 JulySilverstone, Great Britain
25-27 JulySpa-Francorchamps, Belgium
01-03 AugustBudapest, Hungary
05-07 SeptemberMonza, Italy

The 2025 season promises to deliver exciting racing action as the young drivers of FIA Formula 3 compete on some of the world’s most renowned circuits, providing a critical platform for the stars of tomorrow to shine.


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