Formula 3 is known as the proving ground for the world's most talented young drivers, producing countless young F3 drivers who have gone on to race at the highest levels. In the 2016 FIA Formula One World Championship alone, 15 out of the 20 entered drivers previously raced in Formula 3. Since 2012, the FIA Formula 3 European Championship has continued this strong tradition, with Carlos Sainz, Felipe Nasr, Daniil Kvyat and Max Verstappen having graduated to the premier category during this period. In 2017, the championship’s competitors will include the sons of Adrian Newey, Michael Schumacher and Nelson Piquet. The 2017 series that Callum will be racing in comprises of 10 race weekends contested by top-class drivers drawn from countries across Europe, as well as Brazil, China, India, Russia. You can tune in via live streaming, and live TV coverage can be seen in more than 212 countries globally, with more than 200 showing the highlights. The action happens over three days Friday to Sunday - Friday has two 40 minute practice sessions and one 20 minute qualifying session, Saturday features Race 1 and qualifying for Races 2 and 3, and Sunday features Race 2 and Race 3. Over 100km will be driven every round. Everyone races on the Dallara F312 chassis - but teams can choose engine suppliers with the majority opting for VW or Mercedes.