Ferrari protégé Enzo Fittipaldi and 2019 Red Bull junior Jack Doohan will step up to Formula 3 this year at HWA Racelab, alongside the returning Jake Hughes.
Fittipaldi, grandson of two-time F1 champion Emerson, finished runner-up to Prema-bound Frederik Vesti in the rebranded Formula Regional European Championship last year.
Doohan, 16-year-old son of five-time MotoGP champion Mick, competed in Euroformula Open last year and has been part of Red Bull’s junior scheme since 2018.
Hughes will remain in Formula 3 for another season, having spearheaded HWA Racelab’s charge through 2019, taking victory in Austria.
Hughes initially joined the tertiary series under its GP3 guise in 2016.
“After our promising first season last year, we are now looking to use the experience gained to improve again and consistently have more than one driver challenging for the podium this season,” said HWA team boss Ulrich Fritz.
“I am delighted that we have managed to secure the services of Jack and Enzo.
“However, we did not opt for them because of their famous names, but because of their immense talent, which they have both demonstrated emphatically in recent years.
“The FIA Formula 3 Championship is the next level for them both. In Jake, they have the right teacher at their side, from whom they can learn an awful lot.”