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We are starting a Formula 3 Championship to run races in the Northeast Corridor of the continent to make it easier for race teams in this area to get to circuit venues.

We're currently importing F3 cars from Europe and some will be from the Italian F3 Series where they use the Fiat FPT engines. Our races will all be support events to larger displacement Series' such as Grand Am, ALMS, Formula 1 as examples.

A Formula 3 car is the easier and closest machine to a Formula 1 car that one would be able to drive safely on this side of the Atlantic Ocean. There always has been a strong correlation between these 2 Formulas with the same manufacturers, teams, drivers and historically.

Formula 1 has always been a strong attraction in Canada with the annual Grand Prix. Formula 1 now is growing in the states more so than it ever has done in its rocky past.

Our own Formula 3 Championship being support races to the Canadian Grand Prix and upcoming Formula 1 races in the states would build our Series up tremendously.

You can find more information on the Championship through our website; Canadian Formula 3 Championship and use the Contact page for any interest or questions on the Series.
 

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We are starting a Formula 3 Championship to run races in the Northeast Corridor of the continent to make it easier for race teams in this area to get to circuit venues.

We're currently importing F3 cars from Europe and some will be from the Italian F3 Series where they use the Fiat FPT engines. Our races will all be support events to larger displacement Series' such as Grand Am, ALMS, Formula 1 as examples.

A Formula 3 car is the easier and closest machine to a Formula 1 car that one would be able to drive safely on this side of the Atlantic Ocean. There always has been a strong correlation between these 2 Formulas with the same manufacturers, teams, drivers and historically.

Formula 1 has always been a strong attraction in Canada with the annual Grand Prix. Formula 1 now is growing in the states more so than it ever has done in its rocky past.

Our own Formula 3 Championship being support races to the Canadian Grand Prix and upcoming Formula 1 races in the states would build our Series up tremendously.

You can find more information on the Championship through our website; Canadian Formula 3 Championship and use the Contact page for any interest or questions on the Series.

That's awesome! I've been following James Winslow's F3 career...http://www.facebook.com/winslowrace?ref=ts.
 
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