Nordic Formula Three Masters


Nordic Formula Three Masters
Nordic Formula Three Masters
Category Single-seaters
Country or region Finland Finland, North Europe
Inaugural season 1958
Constructors Dallara
Drivers' champion Finland Jani Tammi
Official website nordicf3masters.eu/

The Nordic F3 Masters, formerly the Finnish Formula Three Championship, is an open wheel racing series based in Finland. The first season of the new Nordic F3 Masters series will be in 2010. The Finnish Formula Three Championship ran from 1958-1960, 1984-1986 and 2000-2009. A championship known as the Scandinavian & Nordic Formula Three Championship ran independently between 1984-1985 and 1992–2001.

Contents

Scoring system

Nordic F3 Masters scoring system[1]
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
25 20 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 3 2 1

Champions

Season Series Name Champion Team
1958 Finnish F3 Championship Finland Heimo Hietarinta none
1959 Finnish F3 Championship Sweden Curt Lincoln
1960 Finnish F3 Championship Finland Heimo Hietarinta
1961-
1983
not held
1984 Finnish F3 Championship Finland Jari Koiranen Finland Lahti Racing
1985 Finnish F3 Championship Finland Sami Pensala Finland Kuomu Sport
1986 Finnish F3 Championship Finland Jorma Airaksinen Finland Bisse Racing
1987-
1999
not held
2000 Finnish F3 Championship Finland Marko Nevalainen Finland Motor Up Racing
2001 Finnish F3 Championship Finland Jari Koivisto Finland Jari Koivisto F3 Racing
2002 Finnish CUP Finland Jussi Pinomäki Finland Niinivirta Motorsport
2003 Finnish F3 Championship Italy Andrea Belicchi Russia Lukoil Racing
2004 Finnish F3 Championship Finland Teemu Tanninen Finland Polameri Team
2005 Finnish F3 Championship Finland Jari Koivisto Finland Jari Koivisto F3 Racing
2006 Finnish F3 Championship Finland Arto Taimi Finland TCB Racing
2007 Finnish F3 Championship Finland Tomi Limmonen Finland Koiranen Bros. Motorsport
2008 Finnish F3 Championship Finland Mika Vähämäki Finland ADRF
2009 Finnish F3 Championship Finland Kimmo Joutvuo Finland Rolling Rocks
2010 Nordic F3 Masters Finland Jani Tammi Finland Oakra F3

2010 season

  • The calendar consists of five events across Finland and Estonia.[2] The Botniaring round was later cancelled.[3]
Date Event Circuit
May 14-15 Rata-SM Kemora Finland Kemora Circuit
June 11-12 Rata-SM Alastaro Finland Alastaro Circuit
July 9-10 Summer Racing 2010 Estonia Audru Ring
August 13-14 Rata-SM Botniaring Finland Botniaring Racing Circuit
September 10-11 Citizen Race Weekend Finland Ahvenisto Race Circuit
Pos Driver KEM
Finland
ALA
Finland
PÄR
Estonia
BOT
Finland
AHV
Finland
Pts
1 Finland Jani Tammi 1 1 2 2 2 1 C C 2 2 175
2 Finland Jari Koivisto 3 2 1 6 C C 3 Ret 87
3 Finland Risto Tonteri Ret 3 3 4 3 2 C C DNS DNS 82
4 Finland Kimmo Joutvuo Ret 1 DNS Ret C C 1 1 75
5 Finland Timo Pitkäniemi 4 5 C C 4 3 56
6 Finland Pekka Rinne 2 Ret 5 3 C C 48
7 Estonia Raivo Tamm 1 3 C C 41
Finland Arto Taimi C C WD WD

See also

References

External links


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