Motopark has announced its fourth driver for the upcoming Formula 3 European Championship with Sergio Sette Camara joining the team as it returns to the series for the first time since 2011.

The 16-year-old made a fleeting debut in last year's Euro F3 series at Imola and contested half of the Brazilian F3 championship, where he scored his first car-racing pole and podium finish after graduating from karting.

2015 will mark his first full season in car racing as he joins the already announced Sam MacLeod, Markus Pommer and Mahaveer Raghunathan at Motopark.

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Team principal Timo Rumpfkeil is convinced the 16-year-old has a bright future ahead of him despite lacking any substantial experience.

"You already could see that he has got the potential. Yes, he still lacks the experience," Rumpfkeil said. "After all, he contested just a few car races, to date. Therefore, 2015 certainly will be a learning year, for him. But for us as team it will be a great task to help this young talent on his way to honing his skills and becoming a great racing driver."

Camara added: "I'm really delighted with having the chance of contesting my first FIA Formula 3 European Championship season for Motopark. It already feels great to be a part of this team - they are like a big family.

"I'm ready for the biggest challenge in my career to date. I set myself the goal to learn as much as possible and demonstrate my potential step by step. I want to find my position among the greats of this sport."