- All-Japan Formula Three
Infobox motorsport championship
category = Single seaters
country/region = flagicon|Japan
inaugural = 1979
champion driver = flagicon|Netherlands
Carlo van Dam
champion team = flagicon|Japan
website = [http://www.j-formula3.com/j-formula3e/NEWS&TOPICS/e_index01.html j-formula3.com] nihongo|All-Japan Formula Three|全日本F3選手権|Zen'nihon F3 Senshuken, also known as Japanese Formula Three, is a national motor racing championship that takes place in
Japan. It is a junior-level feeder formula that uses small single seater Formula Threechassis.
One of the major four Formula Three championships that are given the
FIA Super Licences to the champions. [cite news | first = | last = | author = | coauthors =| url =http://www.fia.com/resources/documents/1797101136__Appendix_L_a.pdf | title =APPENDIX L TO THE INTERNATIONAL SPORTING CODE | work = | publisher = FIA| pages = Qualifi cation for the Super licence (Article 5.1 iii-f) | page = | date =2007-03-27 | accessdate =2007-07-29 | language = ]
The first Formula Three championship to take place in
Japanwas held by "Nippon Formula 3 Association" (Japanese Formula 3 Association) in 1979, which was won by Toshio Suzuki. By 1981, it had evolved into a national-level series, Japanese Championship, and was organised by the Japan Automobile Federation(JAF).
The foreign drivers' participation has increased since the 1980s and the majority of the champions is being occupied by them after the 1990s.
Formula Threechampionships, competitors in the Japanese Championship are permitted to use any eligible chassis.
Engines are supplied by
Toyota- TOM'S, Mugen- Hondaand ThreeBond (Nissan).
Notes and References
* [http://www.j-formula3.com/ Japan Formula 3 official website] - Japanese / English
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