FIA Formula 3
Bakhir | Bahrain
18-20 March, 2022
Bahrain International Circuit
Round 1: Races 1/2
Circuit Length: 5.41 KM | 3.363 Miles
F3 Fastest Lap: To Be Determined (1st FIA F3 Race here)
Imola | Italy
22-24 April, 2022
Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari
Round 2: Races 3/4
Circuit Length: 5.842 KM
F3 Fastest Lap: 1:49.519
Barcelona | Spain
20-22 May, 2022
Circuit De Barcelona-Catalunya, Spain
Round 3: Races 5/6
Circuit Length: 4.675 KM(2.905 Miles)
F3 Fastest Lap: 1:31.975 (Robert Schwartzman/Prema Racing)
Silverstone | Great Britain
01-03 July, 2022
Silverstone, Northamptonshire, UK
Round 4: Races 7/8
Circuit Length: 5.89 KM | 3.661 Miles
F3 Fastest Lap: 1:43.902 (Juri Vips/HiTech)
Spielberg | Austria
08-10 July, 2022
Red Bull Ring
Spielberg, Styria, Austria
Round 5: Races 9/10
Circuit Length: 4.318 KM | 2.683 Miles
F3 Fastest Lap: 1:19.716
Budapest | Hungary
29-31 July, 2022
Round 6: Races 11/12
Circuit Length: 4.381 KM | 2.722 Miles
F3 Fastest Lap: 1:31.761 | 2019 Christian Lundgaard/ART Grand Prix
Spa-Francorchamps | Belgium
26-28 August, 2022
Circuit De Spa-Francorchamps
Round 7: Races 13/14
Circuit Length: 7.004 KM (4.352 Miles)
F3 Fastest Lap: 2:05.125 2019 Jehan Daruvula/Prema Racing
Zandvoort | Netherlands
02-04 September, 2022
Round 8: Races 15/16
Circuit Length: 4.307 KM
F3 Fastest Lap: TBD (New F3 Venue)
Monza | Italy
9-11 September, 2022
Autodromo Nazionale di Monza
Round 9: Races 17/18
Circuit Length: 5.793 KM | 3.6 Miles
F3 Fastest Lap: 1:38.834 (2019 Christian Lundgaard/ART Grand Prix)
2022 FIA F3 Weekend Format
The 2022 FIA Formula 3 Championship calendar will include a total of nine rounds, all support events of the FIA Formula 2 Championship and the FIA Formula 1 World Championship.
Following a change in the race weekend format, each round in 2022 will include two races per event forming an 18-race schedule. Each round of both the F3 & F2 Championships will include one Free Practice, one Qualifying session and two races.
Friday Practice & Qualifying: One Free Practice session of 45 minutes and one Qualifying session of 30 minutes.
Saturday Sprint Race 1: One race will take place on Saturday.
Sunday Feature Race 2: The Feature Race 2 will take place on Sunday morning ahead of the Formula 1 Grand Prix.
Duration: Both races will be forty minutes long.
Race 1 – Sprint Race: The starting grid of Saturday’s Race 1 will be determined by reversing the top 12 finishers of Friday’s Qualifying session.
Race 2 – Feature Race: The final classification of Friday’s Qualifying session will determine the starting grid for Sunday’s Race 2.
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Born on June 4, 2002, Kaylen Frederick began racing in karts at age 7 leading to extensive racing in open-wheel race series as of age 13.