The 2014 FF3M Season will be the second season of the FF3M series since the series relaunch. The 2014 season will feature qualifying drivers from the four regional championships of the 2013 FF4M Season alongside returning drivers from the 2013 FF3M Season.
Following the season, the drivers champion will be guaranteed a drive in the 2015 FF2M Season. The drivers finishing 2nd to 5th will also become eligible for FF2M. The bottom 8 drivers in the championship, or any driver who fails to score a point, will drop out of the championship to be replaced by graduates from the previous season's FF4M series.
Typhoon Racecraft come into the season as reigning Teams champions however the drivers champion is unable to return to the series due to being guaranteed a drive in FF2M.
Teams and Drivers
Main Article : FF3M Teams
All teams use Dallara chassis, powered by MRD engines and running on Pirelli Tyres.
|Team||No.||Race Drivers||Young Driver Programme|
|Typhoon Racecraft||1||Alessandro Farina||Gojira AutoSport|
|WGW Racing||7||Chuck Bucknum||Mitchell|
|Piratelli||14||João Vítor Oliveira|
|Scuderia Rascasse||16||Jay Follmer|
|17||Mario Da Silva|
|MacPherson Racing||18||James Clark|
|21||Bram de Boer|
|Masuka Realm||22||Vaino Kimminen||Tornado|
A nine round, seventeen race calendar, beginning at Jacarepagua in Brazil, was announced with two races per race weekend, except for a new round supporting the Monaco Grand Prix which will have just one race.The calendar continues to include two classic Formula 3 events at Pau and Macau.
For 2014 the rounds at Oulton Park and Zandvoort have been dropped from the calendar, whilst the event at Paul Ricard has been removed following its FF2M counterpart event being discontinued. With the inclusion of the Monaco event, the series will now race as a support series at three events of the 2014 FF1M Season..