Formula 3000 (disambiguation)


Formula 3000 (disambiguation)

Formula 3000 was a type of formula racing, occupying the tier immediately below Formula One and above Formula Three. It was named for the fact that the cars were powered by 3000 cc engines.

The most prestigious F3000 series, International Formula 3000, was introduced by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) in 1985 to replace Formula Two, and was itself replaced by the GP2 Series in 2005. Other series racing to F3000 specification have existed, and some are still in existence.

List of Formula 3000 championships

*FIA International Formula 3000 (also known as European Formula 3000), active 1985–2004.
*Euroseries 3000 (formerly Italian Formula 3000, Superfund Euro Formula 3000 and Euro Formula 3000), active 1999 onwards.
*Japanese Formula 3000 (more commonly known as Formula Nippon), active 1973 onwards (1987–1995 as Japanese F3000).
*British Formula 3000 (also known as British Formula Two), active 1989–1994 (1989–1992) as British F3000).
*OzBoss (formerly known as Australian Formula 4000, Formula 4000, Formula Holden and Formula Brabham), active 1989 onwards (used F3000 chassis 1989–2006).
*American Racing Series/Indy Lights, active 1986 onwards (used F3000 chassis 1986–2001).


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