Euro 3000 (2001-2004)
Euro 3000 took over from F3000 Italia in 2001, future F1 star Felipe Massa becoming the first champion. It ran using the Lola B99/50 until the end of 2004, when title sponsor Superfund had ill-fated plans to start its own "Formula Superfund" for 2005.
|Euro 3000 - seasons 2001-2004|
|2004||Championship, Qualifying & Race Results [external]|
|2003||Championship, Qualifying & Race Results [external] I more|
|2002||Championship, Qualifying & Race Results I race results|
|2001||Championship, Qualifying & Race Results|
|Euro 3000 - series info|
|Zytek KV F3000 engine specifications|
|F3000 Italia section (series preceded Euro 3000)|
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