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Dallara GP3/10

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Dallara GP3/10
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CategoryGP3 Series
SuccessorDallara GP3/13
Technical specifications[1]
ChassisSandwich Carbon/aluminium honeycomb structure designed by Dallara
Suspension (front)Double steel wishbones, pushrod operated, twin dampers, helicoidally spring suspension
Suspension (rear)Same as front
Length4,471 mm (176 in)
Width1,885 mm (74 in)
Height1,063 mm (42 in)
Wheelbase2,780 mm (109 in)
EngineRace-tuned Renault B20F 2.0 L (122 cu in) inline-4 single-turbocharged, 6,500 rpm limited mid-mounted, rear-wheel-drive
TransmissionHewland 6 forward + 1 reverse sequential paddle shift
Power280 hp (209 kW)
Weight630 kg (1,389 lb) (including driver)
FuelElf LMS 89.6 MON, 101.6 RON unleaded
TyresPirelli P Zero
O.Z. racing wheels
front rims 13” x 10” wide
rear rims 13” x 12.5” wide
Competition history
Notable entrantsAll GP3 Series teams
Notable driversAll GP3 Series drivers
Debut2010 Catalunya GP3 round
Constructors' Championships3
Drivers' Championships3

The Dallara GP3/10 was a first generation car developed by Dallara to run as the sole chassis for the inaugural GP3 Series season in 2010 to its last in 2012 as a feeder series for the parent GP2 series where Dallara also designs the chassis. It debuted in May 2010 at Catalunya and had its final run in September 2012 in Monza.


During its run, it claimed championship titles for Esteban Gutiérrez in 2010, Valtteri Bottas in 2011 and finally Mitch Evans in 2012 with ART Grand Prix winning the teams title on all accounts. It also helped 9 drivers successfully graduate into the GP2 parent series. Both Gutiérrez and Bottas made their F1 debuts in the 2013 Formula 1 season with Sauber and Williams respectively.

Each team was allowed to run three separate GP3/10's, and with a total of ten different teams and thirty cars on the grid, it was one of the largest grids in motor-sport making it a rather unstable class of racing. With the chassis to be taken over by the GP3/13 in 2013, the number of cars on track was limited to twenty seven.[2]



  1. ^ "The Car". GP3 Series.
  2. ^ "GP3 Series reveals new 400bhp car to be raced from 2013". Haymarket Publications. 6 September 2012. Archived from the original on 22 September 2012. Retrieved 7 September 2012. GP3 plans to announce the nine teams that will compete in the category next year, with a limit of 27 cars on the grid. Michel also confirmed that the format of the calendar will remain unchanged next season, with eight double-headers running in support of F1.
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