“I would just like to recommend that whenever somebody gets an answer, you should use their @ tag to notify them. Their @ tag might not be the same as their username, like I’m @brazil2007. Just a note to make things run quicker.”
Silly question, but how do I do that?
How many countries have had F3 winners (German, Spanish/Euro Open, Euroseries, Italian, British) but never produced F1 racers? Please provide the answer as a list.
@matthijs Click on their username, and on their profile page it’ll have their @ tag. Then just put it somwhere in your post, and they’ll be notified.
At a guess Estonia (Marko asker was f3 champ)
And Iceland ( sverrir thoraddson)
So my guess is 2
I’m guessing the previously mentioned drivers plus:
China (Ho-Pin Tung 2006 German F3 champ)
Serbia (Milos Pavlovic 2002 Italian F3 champ)
There are quite a couple missing. As a hint, I’ll give one away because of its disputed sovereignty: Puerto Rico (Felix Serralles)
@portugoose I wouldn’t say disputed, but rather not sovereign at all. Not that it matters here.
@brazil2007 Surely it isn’t disputed like Kosovo or Taiwan but Puerto Rico was part of my intended answer and some forum members could easily debate whether it’s a country or not. Definitely not by UN standards but in terms of sporting events, I consider it a country.
@portugoose OK, sure in that case.
I have a feeling someone from Denmark won an F3 competition, but I can’t remember.
I’ll guess six.
No, that’s not right, Jan Magnussen raced in F1 I believe.
@joey-zyla Yep, he raced for Stewart in ’97 and ’98
I go 7
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