Marussia Manor entry not yet replaced as GP3 unveils 2015 calendar

The GP3 Series has confirmed a renewed calendar of nine rounds supporting Formula 1 next season, but has still to secure a replacement entry for the defunct Marussia Manor squad

Marussia Manor entry not yet replaced as GP3 unveils 2015 calendar

The 2015 championship will follow an identical pattern to the 2014 series, again supporting the Spanish, Austrian, British, German, Hungarian, Belgian, Italian, Russian and Abu Dhabi rounds of the F1 world championship alongside its sister GP2 series.

GP3 organisers have also confirmed eight of the nine teams that will contest the series in 2015.

The Carlin, ART, Arden, Korainen, Status, Jenzer and Trident squads will all return, while Campos Racing will take over the Hilmer team's entry.

But a replacement for the Marussia Manor outfit that skipped the final two rounds of the 2014 series amid the affiliated Marussia F1 team falling into administration has yet to be finalised.

2015 GP3 CALENDAR
May 8-10 - Barcelona
June 19-21 - Red Bull Ring
July 3-5 - Silverstone
July 17-19 - TBA (Germany)
July 24-26 - Hungaroring
August 21-23 - Spa
September 4-6 - Monza
October 9-11 - Sochi
November 27-29 - Yas Marina

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