Another very interesting development ahead of the 2019 season is that a number of other peer or junior single-seater formulae will join the Euroformula in five events of the GT Sport-promoted series.
The new F.Regional, also based on F.3 cars but from a different chassis manufacturer, will be a partner series of the Euroformula in three events, Hungaroring, Red Bull Ring and Barcelona.
Formula 4, the natural ladder below F.3 in the formulae pyramid, is enjoying great success throughout Europe, with different championships. The Spanish F.4 series will be part of the season-opener at Circuit Paul Ricard, while the Italian F.4 Championship promoted by the ACI will join at Red Bull Ring and Barcelona. The French F.4 series, on its part, will share the race programme with the Euroformula at Pau, in the only round not organized by GT Sport.
These associations are of great importance, as they allow to showcase on site the merits of the Euroformula to drivers and teams of feeder series and to create potential synergies.