2004 Formula 3 Euro Series season

The Formula 3 Euro Series 2004 season was the second season of the Formula 3 Euro Series. A total of ten race weekends were held. The kick-off on 17 April 2004, and the season finale on October 3, 2004 were held at the Hockenheimring. Jamie Green won the championship of the driver. His team ASM Formule 3 won the championship the team.

  • 4.1 Drivers' Championship
  • 4.2 Evaluation team


Technical Regulations

There were only approved vehicles from the years 2002 to 2004 to participate. An engine change after scrutineering was not permitted and the minimum weight was 550 kg plus the driver. The engine was limited to a maximum of 2000 cc and four cylinders and could not be charged. For the homologation of the engine at least 2500 serial specimens were required in twelve consecutive months. An air restrictor with 26 mm maximum diameter was prescribed. During the current season, the engine was allowed to be exchanged at most twice unpunished. The prescribed by the FIA ​​catalyst was to use telemetry and was forbidden. The fuel had to be 100 of each of the prescribed tap BP Ultimate.

Any active suspension systems were banned. Prescribed tires: KUMHO ECSTA S / W 700, front 180/550 R 13, rear 240/570 R 13 A total of three sets of slick tires were allowed, whereas the number of rain tires is free.

Transmission: There were a maximum of two driving wheels and six forward gears allowed. Automatic transmission, traction control and ABS were forbidden.

Sporting Regulations

At the weekend there was a 90-minute free practice. For each of the two races, a 30-minute qualifying session took place. The starting line-up also resulted in the conclusion of qualifying. The race on Saturday was more than 110 km, Sunday's race over 80 km.

Starter box

Race Calendar

A total of ten race weekends were held were held eight of which are in the main program of the DTM. The race at Magny -Cours took place as part of the Formula 1 and the Pau Grand Prix, the race of the Formula 3 Euro Series were the main event. At each race weekend two races were run. For each race a qualifying took place.


The points were awarded ( 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 points for the first eight pilots and one point for the pole position ) in both races the same scheme. Franck Perera won the Rookie Cup and France the Nations Cup.

Drivers' championship

Team standings

2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012

  • Formula 3 Euro Series season
  • Motorsport Season 2004