Markus Pommer says he hopes to carry the momentum of last season's German Formula 3 title victory into European Formula 3, as he is announced as Motopark's second signing for 2015.

The German driver will partner Scot Sam MacLeod for the upcoming season and is confident he can progress strongly through the motorsport ranks.

"After my most successful year in racing so far, I'm glad to move up the ladder together with my partners, Team Motopark," Pommer said. "We want to continue right where finished off last season. Following our first tests, I'm very confident we can mix it with the best straight away."

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The 24-year-old claimed the German F3 championship racing for Lotus, as well as third place in the Auto GP World Series. Motopark team principal Timo Rumpfkell believes Pommer's success in two championships made the German an attractive driver. The German team is re-entering the Euro F3 series after dropping out between 2012-2014.

"Doubling up in two championships has made him drive even stronger than what we had in mind from our first spell together," Rumpfkeil said.

"Following our F3 title and our strong display at Macau last November, we had hoped Pommer would join us for the European series. We're glad we can make our move together and are looking forward to more success in the future."