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Old 21 Dec 2018, 17:45 (Ref:3871863)   #46
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There is no way they will be able to race cars faster than the existing F3 cars around Guia. The new F3 cars can DRIVE around Guia, but to RACE is a different matter.
If the GT cars can RACE, why the new F3 wouldn't master Asa?
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Old 23 Dec 2018, 09:07 (Ref:3872065)   #47
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If the GT cars can RACE, why the new F3 wouldn't master Asa?
The major concern is the new F3 car are much faster than the current ones, many fans still marred by Sophia's horrific accident, that the circuit cannot facilitate a faster car.
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Old 4 Mar 2019, 05:21 (Ref:3888115)   #48
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If the GT cars can RACE, why the new F3 wouldn't master Asa?
Because the new F3 cars are faster and lighter than GT cars. The new F3 cars have approximately 380bhp vs the old cars with 210 bhp.

Anyway, looks like the new F3 cars will race in Macau this November.

https://macaudailytimes.com.mo/mdt-e...eries-car.html

According to sources heard by the Macau Daily Times, a decision has already been made. The 2019 Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix and FIA F3 World Cup, to be held in Macau between November 17 and 19 this year, will present the same cars debuting this year at the FIA Formula 3 Championship.
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Because the new F3 cars are faster and lighter than GT cars. The new F3 cars have approximately 380bhp vs the old cars with 210 bhp.

Anyway, looks like the new F3 cars will race in Macau this November.

https://macaudailytimes.com.mo/mdt-e...eries-car.html

According to sources heard by the Macau Daily Times, a decision has already been made. The 2019 Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix and FIA F3 World Cup, to be held in Macau between November 17 and 19 this year, will present the same cars debuting this year at the FIA Formula 3 Championship.
A Non-Championship race in Macau?
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Old 4 Mar 2019, 07:27 (Ref:3888130)   #50
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A Non-Championship race in Macau?
Maybe they will keep the title of FIA F3 World Cup. That means the top drivers from the championship plus invited drivers from other series.

I wonder if they will have to make changes to the Guia Circuit for these much more powerful cars.
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Old 4 Mar 2019, 13:11 (Ref:3888206)   #51
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Because the new F3 cars are faster and lighter than GT cars. The new F3 cars have approximately 380bhp vs the old cars with 210 bhp.

Anyway, looks like the new F3 cars will race in Macau this November.

https://macaudailytimes.com.mo/mdt-e...eries-car.html

According to sources heard by the Macau Daily Times, a decision has already been made. The 2019 Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix and FIA F3 World Cup, to be held in Macau between November 17 and 19 this year, will present the same cars debuting this year at the FIA Formula 3 Championship.
Just wonder if this is a fake news, because this year's Grand Prix will be held from November 14 to 17, not 17 to 19.
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Old 4 Mar 2019, 21:05 (Ref:3888284)   #52
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According to sources heard by the Macau Daily Times, a decision has already been made. The 2019 Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix and FIA F3 World Cup, to be held in Macau between November 17 and 19 this year, will present the same cars debuting this year at the FIA Formula 3 Championship.

Fake news as the decision will come out of the next FIA World Council. Perhaps the paper predicts the future.
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Old 5 Mar 2019, 07:00 (Ref:3888341)   #53
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Like the FIA is going to turn away their own series, not to mentions their end of year jaunt in Macau/HK.
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Old 5 Mar 2019, 11:10 (Ref:3888391)   #54
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Fake news as the decision will come out of the next FIA World Council. Perhaps the paper predicts the future.
The first meeting for the FIA World Motorsport Council will be held at March 7 (just two days away), let's see if there any news about it.
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Old 8 Mar 2019, 07:47 (Ref:3889079)   #55
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The FIA WMSC only confirmed the F3 World Cup will be continued this year, but no further details are being released
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Old 8 Mar 2019, 20:48 (Ref:3889230)   #56
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The FIA WMSC only confirmed the F3 World Cup will be continued this year, but no further details are being released
Seems FIA has been very cautious.
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Annoys me that effectively this is just GP3 with a few changes and yet the organisers and media are trying to sell it as this amazing new series that’s all new. To me it feels like they are insulting my intelligence.
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Old 10 May 2019, 22:39 (Ref:3903081)   #58
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media are trying to sell it as this amazing new series that’s all new.

Who is selling you that?
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Old 23 May 2019, 05:26 (Ref:3905318)   #59
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https://macaudailytimes.com.mo/sport...will-race.html

MACAU GP CONFIRMS INTERNATIONAL SERIES CARS WILL RACE

Macau Grand Prix Organizing Committee (MGPOC) has now confirmed that the 66th Macau Grand Prix to be held this November will use the cars debuting this year at the FIA Formula 3 Championship (International Series). The announcement was made during a press conference for the annual sporting event yesterday afternoon.

Regarding the entrants’ list, Chong expects most of the teams and drivers currently participating in this championship “will come to Macau to compete in the FIA F3 World Cup.”

Coordinator of the MGPOC, Pun Weng Kun, said they will make some changes to the circuit, following the indication of the International Automobile Federation (FIA). Questioned as to what changes would be made, Pun did not reply clearly, saying only that the changes were imposed by the FIA and were concerned with adding safety features to all participants from the several competitions.

Exactly as I predicted, Macau is taking the best drivers and teams from the championship and else where and keeping the World Cup title.
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