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Episode #50 – Our Formula 2 & GP3 season reviews

The 2018 season in both the FIA Formula 2 Championship and the GP3 Series was filled with driver vying for each title. Some were having their second go at it while others challenged for them in their rookie seasons.

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Episode #49 – The one with F2 & GP3 title deciders and a memorable Macau GP

Recently we saw the 65th Macau Grand Prix being contested over and while some tense racing decided the victor it became noticeable for other reasons.

The GP3 Series and Formula 2 Championship concluded their seasons at Yas Marina where some thrilling racing mixed with some mishaps ensured that they saw out their season.

Lets not forget that the Japanese F4 Championship also had a season finale but at Twin Ring Motegi.

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Episode #48 – The Macau Grand Prix & some Italian F4

With the Macau Grand Prix fast approaching we’ve done a preview of the 28 drivers that will take part in the 65th edition of the event. We have also looked at what the future holds for the event amid big changes to the Formula 3 regulations.

The season finale in the Italian F4 Championship does also get a rundown as the trophies were handed out in the hills of Tuscany.

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Episode #47 – A double season finale & a European F3 season review

This episode focuses on the 2018 FIA F3 European Championship season with a season review of the drivers that competed in it. From those who struggled through the year to the champion.
The Euroformula Open and the Formula Renault Eurocup gets also their fair share of coverage since they had their season finals not too long ago while the Japanese F4 Championship saw their title battle close up at Autopolis.

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Episode #46 – A trio of Formula 3 Season Finals & the development of the class

It’s all about Formula 3 in today’s episode as we take a look at a trio of season finales, a penultimate round, and the development of the class.

Euroformula Open was at Jerez where a newcomer started to make a name while in BRDC F3 the weekend running was a bit interrupted.

Over in the FIA F3 European Championship their Hockheimring weekend saw a return of a front runner while the Japanese F3 Championship had some exquisite racing at Fuji.

The development of the class has also taken more steps over the past few weeks.

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Episode #45 – Various forms of Formula 3, some Formula 4 season finals, and Formula 2

This week’s episode contains Formula 3 in all its shapes. The All-Japan F3 was at Sportsland SUGO while the European F3 Championship raced in the Styrian alps. Euroformula Open crowned a champion at Monza while BRDC F3 have set themselves up for a fine season finale. There have also been some developments regarding Regional F3 and some ‘old-school’ F3 series.

Both the British and ADAC Formula 4 championships concluded their season recently while the Formula Renault Eurocup saw a new main title contender emerge.

Lastly but not least both the FIA Formula 2 Championship and GP3 Series did also see main title contenders emerge amid some fine racing in Sochi.

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Episode #44 – More developments in Formula 3 while a champion elect emerged in Formula 4

The All-Japan F3 Championship was at Okyama where the weather continued the play a major role while the FIA F3 European Championship saw their first triple winner of the season at the Nürburgring. There were also some continued developments regarding the future of Formula 3.

The Formula Renault Eurocup saw their title battle grow closer while the Italian F4 Championship suddenly found themselves with a third title contender.

The British F4 Championship did found themselves with a champion elect after the penultimate round while the Japanese one saw a new face on the podium.

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Episode #43 – The Indy Lights season finale and double action at Monza

The Indy Lights series concluded their 2018 season at Portland by crowning a champion while some odd incidents occurred in a race start.

Formula 2 and GP3 saw some fine action at Monza as the title fights in both championships became clearer while behind them it became tighter.

Euroformula Open did actually see a third race winner this season at Silverstone while the title lead changed hands in Formula Renault Eurocup.

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Episode #42 – Formula 2 & GP3 were at Spa and the FIA F3 got soaked on the Adriatic coast

The FIA formula 2 championship and the GP3 Series were recently at Spa-Francorchamps where they started their final leg of the season by seeing the title fights take another turn.

Over at Misano though the FIA F3 drivers were hit by a thunderstorm and rain amid strong drives by a pair of drivers that has thrown themselves into the mix lately.

The British F4 championship saw their title fight grow closer when they visited Scotland while the Indy Lights series experienced an unusual winner on the Gateway oval.

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Episode #41 - A champion was crowned, relentless competitiveness continued, and some new victors.

The Japanese F4 saw some hectic races at Fuji while in Germany a champion was crowned at the Nürburgring.

A pair of British championships saw new drivers on the top step as the F4 teams was at Rockingham while the F3 teams was at Brands Hatch.

The European F3 Championship was also in Britain to race and there we saw a trio of races where no one really came out on top.

The Japanese counterpart moved on Twin Ring Motegi where the title fight started to learn ever further in a drivers direction.

 

Sorry for the poor audio quality at times. Had to move to a backup microphone.

 

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