Feeder Series explains why Andrea Kimi Antonelli’s choice to do FRECA rather than FIA F3 could turn out to be the best choice in the long term. Continue reading Why Mercedes Junior Antonelli went to FRECA instead of FIA F3
In the feeder series’ world, it’s hard to stay at the top. However, Prema have done just that. But how have they gained the incredible reputation they hold? Continue reading Why is Prema so dominant in junior single-seaters?
Feeder Series spoke to Wurz about racing in New Zealand, cycling with Valtteri Bottas, and his plans for 2023 Continue reading FROC’s Charlie Wurz on racing in New Zealand: ‘The Kiwi drivers are quite tough on track’
Meet the feeder series champions from the 2022 season Continue reading 2022 Feeder Series Hall of Fame
Much has happened in the FRECA driver market since the 2022 season ended two months ago. Feeder Series breaks down the latest developments Continue reading FRECA: Who’s going where in 2023? (updated)
One driver enjoyed the Brazilian GP at Interlagos from up close just last weekend, while the other announced his 2023 plans on Monday: Dudu Barrichello and Alex Dunne join the F1 Feeder Series Podcast to talk Brazil, Abu Dhabi and 2023! Continue reading Alex Dunne and Dudu Barrichello talk Brazil, GB3 and Abu Dhabi GP
Once an enfant chéri of French motorsport, Hadrien David now faces an untimely exit from single-seaters. He explained why to F1 Feeder Series Continue reading Hadrien David: ‘Now that I can’t rise in single-seaters, I will try to rise in endurance’
F1 Feeder Series spoke with Mercedes Junior, Andrea Kimi Antonelli, about his dominant season in F4 and the FIA Motorsport Games. Continue reading F4 dominator Antonelli on FRECA move: ‘F3 is a bit early for me’
F1 Feeder Series takes a look at who’s going where from this season’s FRECA driver lineup. Continue reading FRECA: Who’s going where in 2023?
To really round off the 2022 FRECA season, we invited vice-champion Gabriele Mini and rookie-champion Leonardo Fornaroli to come on the F1 Feeder Series Podcast. Continue reading FRECA’s Mini and Fornaroli join Alister Yoong to talk 2022
Six months after the start of its 2022 season at Monza, this year’s FRECA campaign came to an end last Sunday. F1 Feeder Series brings you the four biggest takeaways from the final round at Mugello. Continue reading FRECA showdown: 4 takeaways from the final round at Mugello
Joshua Dufek trails Leonardo Fornaroli by six points for the 2022 FRECA rookie title. F1 Feeder Series talked to the two contenders before their final showdown Continue reading The final battle: Dufek or Fornaroli for the FRECA rookie title?
With a thrilling FRECA season coming to an end, F1 Feeder Series looks ahead to the final two rounds of the championship which will decide its standings. Continue reading FRECA finale preview: Last occasion to shine for future F3 stars
F1 Feeder Series spoke to future star Gabriele Minì about his championship hopes this year in FRECA as well as future plans after the season finale in a month’s time. Continue reading Following Bianchi and Leclerc: Mini has ‘full trust’ in manager Todt
F1 Feeder Series looks at five junior single-seater talents who have not been picked up by Formula 1 driver academies Continue reading 5 feeder series stars overlooked by F1 academies
Laurens van Hoepen tells F1 Feeder Series about what he’s learned in his rookie FRECA season, what he still has to master, and the single-seater champion guiding him in his progress Continue reading How Nyck de Vries guides FRECA rookie Laurens van Hoepen: ‘There’s a bond of trust’
This week we bring you the driver that tops the 2022 FIA Formula 3 standings, Isack Hadjar alongside Joshua Duerksen Continue reading Isack Hadjar & Joshua Duerksen talk summer break and racing in 2022 (podcast)
On this week’s F1 Feeder Series podcast, Dino Beganovic talks about the pressure of being at the Ferrari Driver Academy and his intended seat for the 2023 season Continue reading Dino Beganovic: manager, FDA ‘doing everything’ to get 2023 F3 seat at Prema