Shout it from the rooftops: after thin grids and some tough decisions behind the scenes, the Formula 3 Euro Series is back on track and looks set to provide a strong season of junior single-seater racing.
An 18-car entry for this weekend's Hockenheim season opener, including 15 full-time participants from teams as high-profile as Prema, Carlin and Mucke, means that things are looking up.
Tyre supplier Kumho has left the series, to be replaced by Hankook, while Dallara's new F312 chassis shepherds in a new era for the series. Best of all, the FIA has revived the European Formula 3 Championship for the first time since 1984, with all Euro Series events - plus the Pau and Spa British F3 rounds - counting towards that title.
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