How Formula 3 is keeping the wolves at bay

How Formula 3 is keeping the wolves at bay

The FIA International Trophy was established this year by motorsport's governing body to pump some momentum back into Formula 3 against the immediate success of rival series GP3. Ben Anderson explains how successful it's been so far

This weekend's Masters of Formula 3 at Zandvoort will carry more significance than usual for the category's famed mid-season showpiece.

Not only will the Dutch dunes determine who will be the 21st Master, joining a roll call that includes the likes of David Coulthard, Lewis Hamilton and Paul di Resta, but this weekend's Zandvoort event will also likely crown the inaugural FIA F3 International Trophy winner.

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