- Italian Formula Three Championship
Infobox motorsport championship
category = Single seaters
country/region = flagicon|ITA
inaugural2 = 1964
drivers = 15
teams = 8
engines = Spiess Opel
champion driver = flagicon|ITA Pablo Maria Nocera
champion team = flagicon|ITA Lucidi Motors
website = [http://www.f3italia.it/index.asp?pos=0&lingua=ing f3italia.it]
Italian Formula Three Championship is the
Formula Threeracing competition in Italy.
Formula Three has traditionally been regarded as the first major stepping stone for F1 hopefuls - it is typically the first point in a driver's career at which most drivers in the series are aiming at professional careers in racing rather than being amateurs and enthusiasts. Success in F3 can lead directly to more senior formulae such as GP2, A1 Grand Prix, or even a Formula One test or race seat.
Most notably in the late 1980s and early 1990s, the Italian F3 championship produced drivers who graduated to
Formula Oneto varying success.
As of 2007, the last Italian Formula Three driver to graduate to
Formula Onewas 1994 Italian F3 champion Giancarlo Fisichella, who debuted with Minardi's F1 team in F1|1996. Other champions include successful World Sportscardriver Max Angelelli(1992 series champion) and Riccardo Patrese.
* [http://www.forix.com/8w/6thgear/champs.html#IF3 Italian Formula 3 Championship at forix.com]
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