British Formula 3 International Series team Fortec Motorsport will contest the Hockenheim F3 event this weekend that kicks off the category's FIA European championship and Euro Series.
Fortec will take Puerto Rican Felix Serralles, who lies second in the British standings with two race wins, along with Englishman Alex Lynn and Dutchman Hannes van Asseldonk.
Despite the two wins of Serralles, Fortec is disappointed with the results taken by its squad of Dallara-Mercedes racers, especially after Lynn topped free practice at both British rounds held to date.
Team principal Richard Dutton told AUTOSPORT: "We're a bit frustrated that we've had the quickest car for the first two weekends but didn't get the results we should have.
"We've got fast cars and quick drivers, so we thought it would be a good idea to go over to Hockenheim with no pressure and get some good results."
Although the Euro Series has announced that Fortec will run a fourth driver at Hockenheim, Dutton said that this would only be Brazilian Pipo Derani, winner of the reversed-grid race at Oulton Park, but that he would not get back to Europe in time for the event.
Meanwhile, Fortec's British F3 rival Carlin will also send Harry Tincknell to Hockenheim. He will line up alongside British championship leader Carlos Sainz Jr and Will Buller, who are both committed to full European campaigns.