The Masters of Formula 3 race at Zandvoort will be run this year for cars with old-spec engines - and can no longer be called 'F3'.
The retitled Zandvoort Masters, which takes place on July 6, will be for cars from British and German F3.
Both series this year admit new chassis alongside previous-generation cars, all using the older engines.
Teams from the FIA F3 European Championship cannot contest the race this year, because it is impossible to transport the cars from the Netherlands to the following weekend's Moscow Raceway round in time to arrive in the paddock in Russia on the Thursday.
The FIA's warning that competitions not using the new-spec FIA engines cannot call themselves F3 means a change of name for an event that has run annually since 1991.
Race coordinator Barry Bland said: "As soon as the European calendar came out it was obvious that teams couldn't race at Zandvoort. It takes a week to get from there to Moscow.
"We've put together a set of regulations that will appeal to British F3 and ATS German F3 Cup teams.
"What has helped us is that the ATS Cup have been stopped from doing more than one race outside their own country.
"They were going to go to Zandvoort but have had to drop that date. We had arranged a test day for the British teams, but now there will be no testing allowed - as usual."
Bland, who is hoping for a grid of between 22 and 24 cars, says it is too early to know whether this is a temporary solution or whether the event can be restored for top-level F3 cars in 2015.
"You just have to work around things," he said. "It's always been very difficult to find a suitable date for the Masters that fits in with everybody else's requirements."
MASTERS ROLL OF HONOUR
In its 23-year history, the Masters has been won by drivers bound for F1 12 times.
2008 world champion Lewis Hamilton (pictured after winning the '05 Masters) and fellow current grand prix racers Nico Hulkenberg, Jules Bianchi and Valtteri Bottas are among the victors, while David Coulthard triumphed in the inaugural event in 1991.
1991 David Coulthard 1992 Pedro Lamy 1993 Jos Verstappen 1994 Gareth Rees 1995 Norberto Fontana 1996 Kurt Mollekens 1997 Tom Coronel 1998 David Saelens 1999 Marc Hynes 2000 Jonathan Cochet 2001 Takuma Sato 2002 Fabio Carbone 2003 Christian Klien 2004 Alexandre Premat 2005 Lewis Hamilton 2006 Paul di Resta 2007 Nico Hulkenberg 2008 Jules Bianchi 2009 Valtteri Bottas 2010 Valtteri Bottas 2011 Felix Rosenqvist 2012 Daniel Juncadella 2013 Felix Rosenqvist