The 2023 Formula 3 season will get underway next March at the Bahrain International Circuit.
10 teams and 30 drivers will contest the season, which will be held across 10 rounds – including new trips to Australia and Monaco.
PREMA Racing, the reigning Teams’ Champions, have its full line-up confirmed with Paul Aron, Dino Berganovic and Zak O’Sullivan signed to race.
Trident has Gabriel Bortoleto in its stable, with the Brazilian being part of Fernando Alonso’s A14 Management organisation. He will be joined at the team by Oliver Goethe.
ART Grand Prix has retained Gregoire Saucy for a second campaign. He will be joined by Nikola Tsolov and Kaylen Frederick.
MP Motorsport has signed Mari Boya while Jonny Edgar will move across from Trident to join the Dutch team.
Gabriele Mini, the 2020 Italian Formula 4 Champion, will compete for Hitech Grand Prix. Also racing for the team is Red Bull junior Sebastian Montoya.
Van Amersfoort Racing has signed Tommy Smith to its team, while it has retained Rafael Villagomez for a second year. Caio Collet makes the switch after racing for MP Motorsport last year.
Carlin Racing has signed US driver Hunter Yeany, who will partner rookie Oliver Gray.
Jenzer Motorsport will field three rookies in Nikita Bedrin, Alex Garcia and Taylor Barnard.
Campos Racing has confirmed that it has penned a deal with Christian Mansell and Hugh Barter, while it has retained the services of Pepe Marti.
Sophia Floersch has returned to the grid with PHM Racing by Charouz, and will partner Brazilian rookie Roberto Faria.
Keep up to date with the 2023 Formula 3 driver line-up below.
|ART Grand Prix||7|
|Hitech Grand Prix||14|
|Van Amersfoort Racing||17|
|PHM Racing by Charouz||29|
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