In a highly anticipated return, the prestigious Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix graces the legendary Guia Circuit after a three-year hiatus. The event, celebrating its 70th running, welcomes a stellar lineup of young talents from the world of junior motorsport, promising an unforgettable racing spectacle.

Nine teams from the FIA Formula 3 Championship have entered three cars each for the FIA F3 World Cup, ensuring a fierce competition. Among the contenders is Richard Verschoor, the defending champion, who has transitioned from the FIA Formula 2 Championship to defend his title. Verschoor aims to join the elite ranks of two-time F3 winners on the Guia Circuit, steering for the Italian squad Trident alongside promising talents Roman Staněk and American sensation Ugo Ugochukwu.

Prema, the renowned Italian team, returns under the SJM Theodore Prema Racing name, featuring a formidable trio: Paul Aron, Dino Beganovic, and Gabriele Minì. These talented drivers, representing the Theodore Prema alliance, promise intense competition with their stellar performances in the FIA F3 Championship.

The excitement amplifies with the participation of experienced drivers transitioning from F2, including Red Bull Junior Zane Maloney, Isack Hadjar, and British talent Luke Browning. Additionally, the event witnesses the return of two-time Macau Grand Prix winner Dan Ticktum, aiming for a historic third victory.

ART Grand Prix, under the guidance of Ferrari F1 chief Frédéric Vasseur, showcases a strong lineup of Swiss Grégoire Saucy, Bulgarian Alpine protégé Nikola Tsolov, and Australian Christian Mansell, enhancing the competition even further.

Spanish outfit Campos Racing brings forth a formidable lineup led by Pepe Martí, accompanied by Sebastián Montoya, son of Formula 1 race winner Juan Pablo Montoya, and F3 race winner Oliver Goethe. Meanwhile, Swiss team Jenzer Motorsport features a trio of promising drivers: Charlie Wurz, son of F1 star Alexander Wurz, American Max Esterson, and Formula Regional European racer Matías Zagazeta from Peru.

Van Amersfoort Racing fields a diverse team, including the talented Sophia Flörsch, Australian Tommy Smith, and Mexican sensation Noel León, who dominated the Euroformula Open. MP Motorsport, the Dutch powerhouse, assembles a strong lineup featuring Argentinian Williams F1 Junior Franco Colapinto and Spanish driver Mari Boya.

Get ready for a thrilling weekend of high-speed drama as these rising stars compete on the challenging Guia Circuit, promising spectacular battles and unforgettable moments in the heart of Macau.

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