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Jos Claes: A lot of interest, growing interest compared to the previous years. JC: It is our duty to make winning cars. Since the regulations changed quite a bit the challenge was indeed once more in aerodynamics. We invested accordingly and managed to find an aero effeciency above out initial target. Our aero engineers have done a stunning job, it is that simple.

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Nine months ago, the future of Euroformula Open — a continental Formula 3 championship — was laid out by series promoter Jesus Pareja to Formula Scout in a exclusive interview. And as any good salesman will tell you: the customer is always right.

This came hand in hand with the introduction of the halo cockpit protection device. Is there a solution? Should Dallara, one year late, enter the market? Tatuus had been the first manufacturer to build a car to the Regional F3 regulations, and had already captured the market in three continents.

This prompted a strategy reevaluation at Dallara, and the solution proposed by Claes was to study if a new halo-carrying monocoque could be built to fit around the mechanics of its existing F3 car. Ultimately it came down to supply versus demand, and once it became clear it was technologically achievable, it was down to the customers whether it was attractive to them.

The answer was an unsurprising yes. Not to mention that many F3 cars actually run ballast. Inside that monocoque is a new safety seat with 25mm safety foam.

That is something we add that is not in the F1 regulations, we added for extra safety. There is a new fuel cell, that goes from FT3 to FT5 standard. We do everything to keep the weight down, so we picked titanium as it was 7. Then from the back of the monocoque, you unbolt from this car and you bolt it to the new monocoqoue and your complete rear end is done. Because engine, bellhousing, gearbox, rear suspension, electronics: all identical.

Then the car is ready. Some teams still run components built for the F, and two of the first F chassis raced at the Macau Grand Prix last year. By the season, there could be parts that will be covering a decade in service. With such a high carryover of existing parts, it means the stock of spares for drivers continuing to run even the older Fs in the likes of the MSV and Remus F3 Cups can buy brand new Dallara parts for the indefinite future.

The upfront cost of purchasing the new monocoques will obviously be an increased cost for the teams, mostly down to the strengthening to meet F1 standards, but there is nothing to suggest running costs will follow suit.

So the whole package grows because of that. And having more efficient aero on the car. Of course it comes at a cost, but I prefer to pay more initially and have a good quality product rather than buying bits and pieces over the season. Which is good in one way, but in the end there are components on the car that you have to replace so often that then cause more costs in the long run. So I prefer to have a good Dallara-quality car and happy to pay the price on it initially, than have that sorted over the cost of the season.

The enthusiasm from within the paddock seems to initially be matched by the public, with a common theme that this is the first halo-shod single-seater that truly resembles what most think of as an F3 car. If the minimum weight does indeed remain unchanged, then the performance could improve too.

The halo takes away rear downforce and significant drag, but work on the underside of the car means its more aero efficient than the F Euroformula Features Super Formula Lights. Dallara has introduced a new single-seater car which could be racing in Europe and Japan next year. Photo: Fotospeedy. FRegional and Italian F4 to run postponed races at Imola. This website uses cookies to help us provide the best experience. By continuing to use this site, you consent to our use of cookies.

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Approx km, totally overhauled, ready to race, pneumatic paddle shift gear, with new high pressure Coltri compressor with 15 lt. Converted to EuroFormula Open for , driven only once this year very slowly at Spa by the "legendary" Stuart Wiltshire. All belts, tank etc. It has now won the Mono F3 championship after winning 9 of the 10 races entered and 2nd in the other! For sale is this fast and well sorted Dallara F

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Nine months ago, the future of Euroformula Open — a continental Formula 3 championship — was laid out by series promoter Jesus Pareja to Formula Scout in a exclusive interview. And as any good salesman will tell you: the customer is always right. This came hand in hand with the introduction of the halo cockpit protection device. Is there a solution? Should Dallara, one year late, enter the market? Tatuus had been the first manufacturer to build a car to the Regional F3 regulations, and had already captured the market in three continents. This prompted a strategy reevaluation at Dallara, and the solution proposed by Claes was to study if a new halo-carrying monocoque could be built to fit around the mechanics of its existing F3 car.

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