Euroseries grid shapes up

The Formula 3 Euro Series has received 38 entries for the 2004 season, and already includes some of the hottest young European driving talent aspiring to follow in Christian Klein's footsteps into Formula 1

Euroseries grid shapes up

The Italian PREMA Powerteam, winner of the 2003 title thanks to Ryan Briscoe, has entered Japan's Katsuyuki Hiranaka, Frank Perera from France and Brazilian Roberto Streit. Former champion squad Team Rosberg will once again field Nico Rosberg and his Austrian team-mate Andreas Zuber. Last year, the son of former F1 world champion Keke scored one victory, and has successfully completed two F1 tests for Williams-BMW.

Of the Mercedes-powered teams, British series refugee Manor Motorsport will run Holland's Charles Zwolsman alongside Lewis Hamilton. Another Brit, Jamie Green, will drive for ASM in its Mercedes-powered Dallara attack.

Mucke Motorsport, the runner-up in 2003 with Jaguar F1 racer Klien, has signed Canadian Bruno Spengler and Pole Robert Kubica for 2004. Also on the grid will be the highly-rated Maximilian Gotz, winner of the 2003 Formula BMW ADAC title. His team-mate at TME, which will use Dallara-Toyotas, will be Michael Devaney from Ireland, who was fourth in last year's Formula BMW standings.

New on the grid is Coloni Motorsport, which will use Mugen Honda-powered Lola-Dome chassis, thus ending Dallara's monopoly of chassis supply in the series' history.

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