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The Series were created in 2001 by GT Sport. The European Formula Open evolved from a national F3 championship into a continental series and the most interesting F3 based championship which has the best return on investment in the category.

In 2019, the series will enter its 20th edition (ninth under Euroformula Open denomination), having enjoyed a growing success in terms of quantity and quality of entries, interest raised, high level of competitiveness on the track and an excellent television coverage at international level.

The Euroformula Open takes over from the European F3 Open, which took over in 2009 from the Spanish F3 Championship.

The new denomination clearly reflects the uniqueness of this successful series, which offers the best value for money and the best selection of venues, with top F1-graded tracks, among European single-seater formulas.

> 9 events, 8 countries visited

Drivers with nationalities of the 5 continents

> TV coverage in 5 continents with live broadcast in 100 countries

> More than 1.500h of TV broadcast

> 250,000 press releases in specific racing press

In recent years, the series has attracted drivers from five continents: besides Europe, North and South America (Canada, USA, Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Guatemala, etc) have been well represented, as well as Asia & Pacifc (China, Malaysia, Australia, Thailand, etc) and the Middle East (UAE, Lebanon, Israel).

> 9 weekend events (18 races) in 8 different countries

> 2 Winter Series events

> Collective test

Weekend format

  • Friday: 

2/3 Free practice sessions of 30 minutes each

  • Saturday:

1 Qualifying session x 30 minutes
Race 1: 35 minutes

  • Sunday: 

1 Qualifying session x 30 minutes
Race 2: 35 minutes






> 27 / 28 April                  Paul Ricard 

> 18 / 19 May                   Pau 

> 25 / 26 May                   Hockenheim 

> 08 / 09 June                   Spa-Francorchamps 

> 06 / 07 July                    Hungaroring 

> 13 / 14 July                    Austria

> 07 / 08 September         Silverstone 

> 21 / 22 September         Barcelona 

> 12 / 13 October              Monza  

Winter Series 

> 22 / 23 February              Paul Ricard

> 08 / 09 March                 Barcelona

The International GT Open, the GT Open Cup and Euroformula will race together five times in a single event that is held in the most demanding and modern circuits in the world.

The tracks’ characteristics they will visit are vital for training drivers for his future professional careers, besides being a unique world for sponsors and their guests.