|8 - 9 August||Hungaroring||Hungary|
|22 - 23 August||Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet||France|
|12 - 13 September||Red Bull Ring||Austria|
|26 - 27 September||Autodromo Nazionale Monza||Italy|
|3 - 4 October||Mugello Circuit||Italy|
|17 - 18 October||Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps||Belgium|
|31 Oct - 1 Nov||Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya||Spain|
|7 - 8 November||Circuito del Jarama||Spain|
|1||Ye Yifei||CryptoTower Racing||244|
|2||Lukas Dunner||CryptoTower Racing||155|
|3||Andreas Estner||Van Amersfoort Racing||116|
|4||Niklas Krütten||Team Motopark||111|
|5||Manuel Maldonado||Team Motopark||81|
|6||Zane Maloney||Carlin Motorsport||81|
|7||Ido Cohen||Carlin Motorsport||70|
|8||Ayrton Simmons||Double R Racing||62|
|9||Sebastian Estner||Van Amersfoort Racing||57|
|10||Cameron Das||Team Motopark||42|
|2||Van Amersfoort Racing||61|
|5||Double R Racing||3|
The European F3 Open was created in 2009 by GT Sport, who has been the official organizer for a decade of the championships such as Spanish GT / Iber GT, Spanish Formula 3 and International GT Open.
In 2016 the Euroformula Open will enter its seventh edition, having enjoyed a growing success in terms of excellence and quality of entries, raising interest, exposure and geographical expansion.
Today Euroformula Open is…
– The best platform to enter F3 racing at the moment
– The series offering the highest F3 racing performance
– The F3 championship with the best cost/exposure ratio
– The F3 championship with the biggest number of Dallara F312s, most recent F3 car developed and built by Dallara.
The Euroformula Open philosophy is to keep rules simple and stable during the years, maintain costs under control, visit only top-level circuits, offer professional level formation for drivers, and provide premium TV/media coverage.
Euroformula Open is run with Dallara F312 cars.
Toyota-based engines are provided directly by GT Sport and maintained by Piedra ta Sport.
Tyres are mono-brand provided by Michelin, new tire provider as from 2015.