2013 GP3 Series season
2012 2014

The 2013 GP3 Series season was the fourth season of the GP3 Series, a motor racing feeder series for Formula One and sister series GP2.

Following a three-year cycle, the previous GP3 chassis was replaced by a brand new car, the GP3/13, built by Italian racing car manufacturer Dallara. The 280 bhp turbo-charged engine used from 2010 to 2012 was upgraded to a 400 bhp naturally-aspirated unit,[2] which will be used until 2016. Series organisers have anticipated that the new cars became up to three seconds per lap faster than the GP3/10 chassis;[3] these estimations proved to be accurate during pre-season testing at the Autódromo do Estoril. The re-structuring of the category coincides with the series' organisers' desire to ease the transition between the GP3 Series and parent series GP2, thereby allowing rookie drivers more opportunities to succeed in GP2.

The championship title was secured by Daniil Kvyat with a race to spare after three consecutive feature race wins in Spa, Monza and Abu Dhabi. He had a thirty-point advantage on ART Grand Prix's Facu Regalia, who finished as runner-up. His teammate Conor Daly, who was the feature race winner at Valencia. Tio Ellinas, who led the drivers' standings until the first race at Spa, bookended the season with victories in both the first race and the final race of the season. Jack Harvey completed the top five, helping ART Grand Prix to claim the teams' championship.

Teams and Drivers

Team No. Driver Rounds
France ART Grand Prix 1 United States Conor Daly All
2 Argentina Facu Regalia All
3 United Kingdom Jack Harvey All
Australia MW Arden 4 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. All
5 Romania Robert Vișoiu All
6 Russia Daniil Kvyat All
United Kingdom Carlin Motorsport 7 Macau Luís Sá Silva All
8 United Kingdom Nick Yelloly All
9 Argentina Eric Lichtenstein 1-5
9 United Kingdom Alexander Sims 6-8
Switzerland Jenzer Motorsport 10 Venezuela Samin Gómez All
11 Switzerland Patric Niederhauser All
12 Switzerland Alex Fontana All
United Kingdom Marussia Manor Racing 14 Cyprus Tio Ellinas All
15 United Kingdom Ryan Cullen All
16 United Kingdom Dino Zamparelli 1-5
Canada Status Grand Prix 17 Sweden Jimmy Eriksson All
18 Hong Kong Adderly Fong 1-3, 5-8
18 United Kingdom Alexander Sims 4
19 United Kingdom Josh Webster 6-8
United Kingdom Bamboo Engineering 20 United Kingdom Lewis Williamson 1-7
21 United Kingdom Melville McKee 1-7
21 United Kingdom Alice Powell 8
22 Spain Carmen Jordá All
Italy Trident 23 Italy Giovanni Venturini All
24 Italy David Fumanelli 1-7
24 Ireland Robert Cregan 8
25 San Marino Emanuele Zonzini All
Finland Koiranen GP 26 Finland Patrick Kujala All
27 Finland Aaro Vainio 1-7
27 United Kingdom Dean Stoneman 8
28 Estonia Kevin Korjus All
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