The Race4Speed F3 Series is a sim racing competition, organised by Race4Speed.
The series started in 2014 as a four-event championship, named as R4S European F3 Cup. It expanded a lot one season later, now called "F3 World Series". The series set a Race4Speed record in the first round of 2016, when 28 drivers attended at the event.
In 2017, the series will switch to Automobilista, paving the way for Race4Speed to switch off the outdated rFactor game.
|Point system for both races|
For the F3 World Series the race distances were changed to 50km in Race 1 and 2 and 75km in Race 3, so the points were slightly altered to cover these changes.
|Point system for Race 1 & 2|
|Point system for Race 3|
Also, the rookie class got it's own point scorings for all races.
|Point system for rookies|
In both seasons Macau was worth double points. However, this did not count for the rookie class points.
For the 2017 European F3 Championship, the points scoring will be changed again, to better fit the again changed race distances. All races will cover the same distance of 33 minutes now, this has happened to adapt the series to real-life rules. Thus, the season scoring was changed to real-life rules aswell.
|Point system for all races|
The Rookie class points scoring, however, hasn't changed to the previous seasons. The newly-introduced Legends Trophy will share those point scoring rules.
|Point system for rookies and the Legends Trophy|
- Game: rFactor (2014-2016), Automobilista (2017)
- Engine displacement: 2.0 l; 240 bhp spec engine
- Gearbox: 6-speed
- Weight: 565 kg
- Fuel capacity: 60 l.
|Season||Champion||Second||Third||Team Champion||Secondary Class Champion|
|2014||Brandon Seaber||Carlos Frau||Constantin Grimminger||Van Amersfoort Racing|| B: Carlos Frau
C: Tobias Küper
|2015||Juan Manuel Gomez||Matthew Wheeler||David Hernández||TR Motorsports||R: Juan Manuel Gomez|
|2016||David Hernández||Juan Manuel Gomez||Michael Teichmann||OnWheelsTV TR Motorsports||R: Carlos Reina|
|2017||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|| R: TBD