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2017 F4 Japanese Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2017 F4 Japanese Championship
Drivers' champion: Ritomo Miyata
Teams' champion: Honda Formula Dream Project
Previous: 2016 Next: 2018
Parent series:
Super GT

The 2017 F4 Japanese Championship was the third season of the F4 Japanese Championship. It began on 7 April in Okayama and finished on 12 November on Twin Ring Motegi after seven double header rounds.[1] Ritomo Miyata defended his drivers' title successfully, continuing with TOM'S Spirit.[2]

Teams and drivers

The teams were announced on 11 March 2017.[3]

Team No. Driver Rounds
Japan TOM'S Spirit 1 Japan Ritomo Miyata[4] All
36 Japan Sota Ogawa 7
Japan Team Right Way 2 Japan Keiji Nakao[4] 1–2, 4–7
Japan Sutekina Racing Team 3 Japan Mizuki Ishizaka[4] 1–6
Japan Yuichi Sasaki 4 Japan Yuichi Sasaki[5] 2, 4–5
Japan Honda Formula Dream Project 5 Japan Toshiki Oyu[4] All
6 Japan Ukyo Sasahara[6] All
7 Japan Takuya Otaki[4] All
8 Japan Yuki Tsunoda[4] All
Japan Field Motorsport 9 Japan Toshiki Haruyama[4] 1–3
Japan Takashi Hata 5–7
25 Japan Tomoki Takahashi[4] All
55 Japan Kiryu Hosoda[4] All
Japan Rn-sports 11 Japan Toshiki Komura[4] 1–2
Japan B-MAX Racing Team 13 Japan Motoyoshi Yoshida[5] 2–3
Japan Ayumu Iwasa 7
50 Japan Shinji Sawada[4] All
68 Malaysia Chia Wing Hoong[4] All
Japan Media Do Kageyama Racing 15 Japan Hiromichi Hayase[4] All
16 Japan Takuro Shinohara[4] All
Japan Buzz International 17 Japan Turbo Asahi[4] All
18 Japan Junpei Kato[4] 1–4, 7
Japan Teppei Natori 5–6
30 Japan "Dragon"[7] 3
Italy VSR Lamborghini S.C. Formula Jr. 19 India Akash Gowda[8] 1–6
63 Japan Rikiya Kanazawa[4] All
Japan RSS 21 Japan Seiya Jin[4] 1–6
Japan N-SPEED 23 Japan "Yugo"[4] All
Japan Eagle Sport 27 Japan Wataru Yamaki[9] 6
Japan Automotive Team MYST 29 Japan Tatsuya Ota[9] 6
Japan HubAuto Racing 35 Japan Shunsuke Kohno[10] All
89 Japan Yuma Shoji 7
Japan Saccess Racing 38 Japan Miku Ikejima[5] 2
39 Japan Miku Ikejima[4] 1
Japan Yuki Urata[5] 2–7
Japan NRS 44 Japan Sho Onodera[4] All
83 Japan Takumi Ueki[4] 1–3, 5–6
Japan "Rising" 7
Japan Silver Star Racing 51 Japan Hiroyuki Kojima[4] 1
Japan ARN Racing 54 Germany Gerhard Rickert[4] All
Japan Le Beausset Motorsports 60 Japan Kohta Kawaai[4] All
61 Japan Reiji Hiraki[4] All
62 Japan Yuya Hiraki[4] All
Japan leprix sport 70 Japan Miki Koyama[4] All
Japan C.S.I.-Reon Kids Racing 73 Japan Kotoka Goibuchi[4] 1–2, 4–5
Japan Garage Chabatake 77 Japan Takeshi Ohi[4] All
Japan OTG Motor Sports 80 Japan Tougo Suganami[4] All
Japan Zap Speed Racing Team 86 Japan Hachiro Osaka[4] 1–2, 5–7
99 Singapore Danial Nielsen Frost 7

Race calendar and results

All rounds were held in Japan and were part of the Super GT events.[1]

Round Circuit Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team
1 R1 Okayama International Circuit, Mimasaka 7 April Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan Ukyo Sasahara Japan Honda Formula Dream Project
R2 8 April Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan Toshiki Oyu Japan Yuki Tsunoda Japan Honda Formula Dream Project
2 R1 Fuji Speedway, Oyama 3 May Japan Toshiki Oyu Japan Tomoki Takahashi Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan TOM'S Spirit
R2 4 May Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan Ukyo Sasahara Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan TOM'S Spirit
3 R1 Autopolis, Hita 20 May Japan Ukyo Sasahara Japan Toshiki Oyu Japan Ukyo Sasahara Japan Honda Formula Dream Project
R2 21 May Japan Toshiki Oyu Japan Tougo Suganami Japan Toshiki Oyu Japan Honda Formula Dream Project
4 R1 Sportsland SUGO, Murata 22 July Japan Yuki Tsunoda Japan Ukyo Sasahara Japan Ukyo Sasahara Japan Honda Formula Dream Project
R2 23 July Japan Yuki Tsunoda Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan Takuya Otaki Japan Honda Formula Dream Project
5 R1 Fuji Speedway, Oyama 5 August Japan Toshiki Oyu Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan Yuki Tsunoda Japan Honda Formula Dream Project
R2 6 August Japan Toshiki Oyu Japan Ukyo Sasahara Japan Toshiki Oyu Japan Honda Formula Dream Project
6 R1 Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka 26 August Japan Yuki Tsunoda Japan Yuki Tsunoda Japan Yuki Tsunoda Japan Honda Formula Dream Project
R2 27 August Japan Yuki Tsunoda Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan TOM'S Spirit
7 R1 Twin Ring Motegi, Motegi 11 November Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan TOM'S Spirit
R2 12 November Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan Toshiki Oyu Japan Honda Formula Dream Project

Championship standings

Only the best thirteen results counted towards the championship. Points were awarded to the top 10 classified finishers in each race. No points are awarded for pole position or fastest lap.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th 
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1

Drivers' standings

Pos Driver OKA FUJ1 AUT SUG FUJ2 SUZ MOT Points
1 Japan Ritomo Miyata 2 6 1 1 3 4 Ret 3 3 3 2 1 1 3 231
2 Japan Ukyo Sasahara 1 2 3 3 1 3 1 Ret 2 2 4 2 5 5 224
3 Japan Yuki Tsunoda 3 1 11 5 9 2 5 Ret 1 4 1 3 8 4 173
4 Japan Toshiki Oyu 24 5 2 2 2 1 Ret Ret DNS 1 3 4 Ret 1 166
5 Japan Takuya Otaki 7 3 14 13 Ret 12 2 1 6 9 7 8 7 8 94
6 Japan Shinji Sawada 5 4 Ret 7 13 23 4 4 25 Ret 18 14 3 2 85
7 Japan Shunsuke Kohno 11 11 6 6 5 8 8 6 4 5 5 5 10 12 85
8 Japan Kohta Kawaai Ret 7 7 9 4 5 9 Ret 7 21 6 7 4 7 76
9 Japan Takuro Shinohara 8 Ret 5 12 6 14 6 Ret 8 6 9 9 2 6 72
10 Japan Tomoki Takahashi 4 9 4 4 7 19 7 5 13 27 Ret 13 11 13 60
11 Japan Yuya Hiraki 6 8 10 8 8 6 10 7 5 7 8 DSQ 12 11 56
12 Japan Mizuki Ishizaka 10 NC 20 10 27 7 3 2 12 17 11 15 41
13 Japan Teppei Natori 9 8 Ret 6 14
14 Japan Sota Ogawa 6 9 10
15 Japan Tougo Suganami 9 10 9 11 DNS 15 14 9 11 10 19 25 17 29 8
16 Japan Reiji Hiraki 15 13 8 15 11 11 11 10 10 11 13 16 14 16 6
17 Japan Kiryu Hosoda 17 22 Ret Ret 14 Ret 12 8 15 15 23 11 32 10 5
18 Japan Turbo Asahi 13 21 12 18 20 10 15 24 17 12 12 26 9 17 3
19 Japan Yuki Urata Ret 14 16 9 Ret 21 19 13 Ret 10 31 14 3
20 Japan Seiya Jin 12 Ret 13 17 10 18 13 22 14 16 10 12 2
21 Japan Junpei Kato 16 14 Ret 29 12 13 Ret 11 19 19 0
22 Japan Rikiya Kanazawa 18 17 16 Ret 15 17 16 12 22 14 16 Ret 16 23 0
23 Japan Hirokuni Kojima 14 12 0
24 India Akash Gowda 21 18 17 20 Ret 16 23 13 16 20 15 Ret 0
25 Japan Yuma Shoji 13 18 0
26 Japan Kotoka Goibuchi 19 15 19 30 19 14 23 24 0
27 Japan Wataru Yamaki 14 18 0
28 Japan Ayumu Iwasa 15 15 0
29 Japan Takeshi Ohi 20 16 18 23 Ret 20 17 15 18 18 17 19 21 24 0
30 Japan Toshiki Haruyama 23 24 15 16 WD WD 0
31 Malaysia Chia Wing Hoong     29 20 21 19 17 Ret 18 16 21 19 22 20 26 22 0
32 Japan Tatsuya Ota 20 17 0
33 Japan Yuichi Sasaki WD WD 21 17 26 25 0
34 Japan Miki Koyama 33 DSQ 23 22 18 21 Ret DNS 20 30 21 21 20 20 0
35 Singapore Danial Nielsen Frost 18 21 0
36 Germany Gerhard Rickert 30 28 30 30 24 27 Ret 18 28 31 28 29 30 Ret 0
37 Japan Keiji Nakao 27 19 24 24 DNS 19 Ret 23 25 23 23 32 0
38 Japan Sho Onedera 26 25 25 Ret 19 Ret Ret DNS 24 26 24 22 24 26 0
39 Japan Hiromichi Hayase 28 23 27 25 22 25 20 23 Ret 22 26 24 25 28 0
40 Japan "Yugo" 32 30 29 28 26 28 22 20 27 28 27 28 29 31 0
41 Japan Miku Ikejima 22 26 22 21 0
42 Japan Takumi Ueki WD WD Ret Ret 21 24 WD WD WD WD 0
43 Japan "Dragon" 23 22 0
44 Japan Takashi Hata WD WD WD WD 22 25 0
45 Japan Motoyoshi Yoshida 26 26 25 26 0
46 Japan Toshiki Komura 25 29 WD WD 0
47 Japan Hachiro Osaka 31 27 28 27 29 29 29 27 27 30 0
48 Japan "Rising" 28 27 0
Pos Driver OKA FUJ1 AUT SUG FUJ2 SUZ MOT Points
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not practice (DNP)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap
† — Did not finish, but classified

Teams' standings

Pos Driver Pts.
1 Japan Honda Formula Dream Project 314
2 Japan TOM'S Spirit 231
3 Japan Le Beausset Motorsports 102
4 Japan B-Max Racing team 85
5 Japan HubAuto Racing 85
6 Japan Media Do Kageyama Racing 72
7 Japan Field Motorsport 61
8 Japan Sutekina Racing Team 41
9 Japan Buzz International 17
10 Japan OTG Motor Sports 8
11 Japan Saccess Racing 3
12 Japan RSS 2

References

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