2010 Formula 3 Euro Series season
The Formula 3 Euro Series 2010 season was the eighth season of the Formula 3 Euro Series. They included a total of nine race weekends with two races each. The season began on 10 April 2010 at the Circuit Paul Ricard and ended on 17 October on the Hockenheimring. The champion of the driver Edoardo Mortara won prematurely, the Signature team decided the championship of the team itself.
- 3.1 Drivers' Championship
- 3.2 Evaluation team
- Driver with start numbers from 30 guest starters are
Changes in drivers
The following list contains up to guest drivers, all drivers who participated in the 2009 Formula 3 Euro Series season, and did not start in the 2010 season for the same team as in 2009.
Drivers who had changed their team:
- Mika Mäki: Signature → Moto Park Academy
- Roberto Merhi: Manor Motorsport → Mücke Motorsport
- Alexander Sims: ASL Mucke Motorsport → ART Grand Prix
- Marco Wittmann: ASL Mucke Motorsport → Signature
Driver who went and returned to the Formula 3 Euro Series:
- António Félix da Costa: Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 ( Moto Park Academy ) → Moto Park Academy
- Daniel Juncadella: European Formula BMW ( Euro International) → Prema Powerteam
- Matias Laine: British Formula Renault (CRS Racing) → Moto Park Academy
- Kevin Magnussen: Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 ( Moto Park Academy ) → Moto Park Academy
- Nicolas Marroc: German Formula 3 Cup ( Racing Experience ) → Prema Powerteam
- Edoardo Mortara: GP2 Series ( Arden International) → Signature
- Carlos Muñoz: Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 ( Epsilon Euskadi ) → Mücke Motorsport
- Jim Pla: European Formula BMW ( DAMS ) → ART Grand Prix
- Adrian Quaife - Hobbs: Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 ( Moto Park Academy ) → Moto Park Academy
- Laurens Vanthoor: German Formula 3 Cup ( Van Amersfoort Racing) → Signature
Drivers who had left the Formula 3 Euro Series:
- Jules Bianchi: ART Grand Prix → GP2 Series ( ART Grand Prix)
- Sam Bird: ART Grand Prix → GP2 Series ( ART Grand Prix)
- Andrea Caldarelli: SG Formula → Italian Formula 3 Championship (Prema Powerteam)
- Johnny Cecotto Jr.: HBR Motorsport → GP2 Series ( Trident Racing)
- Matteo Chinosi: Prema Powerteam → out
- Stefano Coletti: Prema Powerteam → World Series by Renault ( Comtec Racing)
- Carlo van Dam: SG Formula → Le Mans Series ( Atlas FX- Team Full Speed)
- Tom Dillmann: Prema Powerteam → German Formula 3 Cup ( HS Technik )
- Pedro Enrique: Manor Motorsport → GP3 Series ( ART Grand Prix)
- Tiago Geronimi: Signature-Plus → Copa Chevrolet Montana ( # 36 )
- Esteban Gutiérrez: ART Grand Prix → GP3 Series ( ART Grand Prix)
- Brendon Hartley: Carlin Motorsport → World Series by Renault (Tech 1 Racing )
- Johan Jokinen: Kolles & Heinz Union → FIA Formula 2 Championship
- Alexandre Marsoin: SG Formula → out
- Kevin Mirocha: HBR Motorsport → North European Formula Renault ( 9th place)
- Atte Mustonen: Moto Park Academy → out
- César Ramos: Manor Motorsport → Italian Formula 3 Championship ( BVM - Target Racing)
- Jake Rosenzweig: Carlin Motorsport → World Series by Renault (Carlin )
- Basil Shaaban: Prema Powerteam → out
- Adrien Tambay: ART Grand Prix → Auto GP ( Charouz - Gravity Racing)
- Nick Tandy: Kolles & Heinz Union → Porsche Supercup (Konrad Motorsport)
- Jean Karl Vernay: Signature-Plus → Firestone Indy Lights ( Sam Schmidt Motorsports )
- Christian Vietoris: ASL Mucke Motorsport → GP2 Series ( Racing Engineering )
- Henkie Waldschmidt: SG Formula → out
- Robert Wickens: Kolles & Heinz Union → GP3 series ( Status Grand Prix)
- Renger van der Zande: Moto Park Academy → GP3 series ( RSC Mücke Motorsport)
Changes the teams
- Carlin Motorsport, HBR Motorsport, Kolles & Heinz Union, Manor Motorsport and SG Formula have left the Formula 3 Euro Series.
- Moto Park Academy changed the engine suppliers Mercedes- Benz Volkswagen.
- Jo Zeller Racing took part in the Formula 3 Euro Series at the second and ninth race weekend.
Changes during the season
On the second weekend came at four guest drivers. After the second race weekend left Adrian Quaife - Hobbs Moto Park Academy. On the third race weekend he was replaced by Kevin Magnussen. From the fifth race weekend reinforced Mika Mäki and Christopher Zanella, who competes as a guest driver, the driver line-up of Moto Park Academy.
The original Rennkalendar the Formula 3 Euro Series season 2010 was published on 18 December 2009 and consisted of nine race weekends with two races each. On 29 January 2010, a revised race schedule was presented, which included only eight runs. The race at the Euro Speedway Lausitz was deleted without replacement and the season finale, which was to be held at the Hockenheim ring originally, was moved to Magny -Cours. On February 20, 2010, this calendar has been revised. The final race now as originally planned was held at Hockenheim, while the race in Magny -Cours has been deleted. The season opener was now held in Le Castellet. The other eight race weekends were held in the framework program of the DTM.
Status: End of Season
- Jimmy Eriksson, Esteban Gutiérrez, Luís Sá Silva, Renger van der Zande and Sandro Zeller started as a guest driver and were thus not included in the rating.
- Christopher Zanella took part in three races as a guest driver and a race weekend as a regular pilot.
Status: After the season
- Jo Zeller Racing started as a guest team and is thus not included in the scoring.