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2019 F4 Japanese Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2019 F4 Japanese Championship
Drivers' champion: Ren Sato
Teams' champion: Honda Formula Dream Project
Previous: 2018 Next: 2020
Parent series:
Super GT

The 2019 F4 Japanese Championship season was the fifth season of the F4 Japanese Championship. It began on 13 April in Okayama and finished on 3 November in Twin Ring Motegi after seven double header rounds.[1]

Teams and drivers

All teams were Japanese-registered

Team No. Driver Class Rounds
Team Right Way 2 Japan Keizi Nakao[2] I All
Field Motorsport 3 Japan Sergeyevich Sato[2] I All
Daydream Racing 4 Japan Yuichi Sasaki[3] I 2, 4, 6–7
Honda Formula Dream Project 5 Japan Atsushi Miyake[2] All
6 Japan Kakunoshin Ohta[2] All
7 Japan Ren Sato[2] All
8 Japan Miki Koyama[2] 3–7
ATEAM Buzz Motorsport 9 Japan Yusuke Shiotsu[2] All
18 Japan Masaki Baba[4] 4
Japan Hideki Hirota[5] I 5
Rn-sports 10 Japan Makoto Hotta[2] I All
11 Japan Ryuichirou Ishizaki[2] 1–3
Japan Masayuki Ueda[4] 4–7
12 Japan Masayuki Ueda[3] 2–3
Zap Speed 14 Japan Kotaro Sakurai[4] 3–7
43 Japan Motoyoshi Yoshida[2] I All
99 Japan Kotaro Sakurai[3] 2
Media Do Kageyama Racing 15 Japan Takuro Shinohara[3] 2–3
Japan Masakatsu Takatsu[4] 4
Japan Kaito Tsukada[6] 6
16 Japan Daisuke Watanabe[2] All
24 Japan Reiji Hiraki[2] All
Silver Star Racing 19 Japan Ryo Komikado[4] 4
20 Japan Iori Kimura[2] All
M2 HDR Racing 21 Japan "Ryo" 3
L.B. Japan Racing 22 Japan "Don Luciano"[5] I 5
N-SPEED 23 Japan "Yugo"[4] I All
Team Samurai 25 Japan Fuma Horio[2] All
Saccess Racing 26 Japan Ryunosuke Shibata[4] 4
Japan Ryunosuke Sawa[7] 7
39 Japan Daichi Okamoto[2] All
40 Thailand Teravate Pukpiboon[2] 1
B-MAX Engineering 27 Japan "Syuji"[2] I All
30 Japan "Dragon"[2] I 1–2, 4–7
Eagle Sports 28 Japan Makio Saito[2] I All
RS F110 29 Japan Yasushi Ide I 3
NRS 31 Japan Takumi Saigusa[2] 1–4
Japan Masaya Kono[5] 5
Ashida MFG 33 Japan Mitsuji Inagaki[5] I 5
RT WORLD 34 Japan Hironori Kikuchi[3] I 2
TOM'S Spirit 36 Japan Seita Nonaka[2] All
37 Japan Hibiki Taira[2] All
IMS 44 Japan Sho Onodera 2
OTG Motor Sports 60 Japan Togo Suganami[2] All
80 Japan Masamitsu Ohtake[2] All
Le Beausset Motorsports 62 Japan Seiya Jin[2] All
63 Japan Kohta Kawaai[2] All
Nagisa Auto Motor Sports 71 Japan Masayoshi Oyama[2] I All
C.S.I.-Reon Kids Racing 73 Japan Shunsuke Hanawa[2] 1–4, 6–7
Skill Speed 77 Japan Takeshi Ohi[2] 1–3
Japan Sota Ogawa[4] 4–7
Sashi Speed 86 Japan Hachiro Osaka[2] I All
Team Right Way 88 Japan Yoshifumi Shigemori[6] I 6
Arakawasetubi 96 Japan Rin Arakawa[7] I 7
Bionic Jack Racing 97 Japan Mizuki Ishizaka[5] 5–7
98 Japan "Ikari"[2] I 1–3, 5–7
Japan Mizuki Ishizaka[4] 4
Icon Class
I Independent Cup

Race calendar and results

All rounds will be held in Japan. The "2019 FIA Formula 1 World Championship Round 17 Japan Grand Prix Race" will be held at Suzuka Circuit on October 11-13, 2019 first time as a support race event. This "FIA-F4 Dream Cup Race" (tentative name) will be a special non-points race. [8] Other rounds supporting of the Super GT events.[1]

Round Circuit Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team
1 R1 Okayama International Circuit, Mimasaka 13 April Japan Ren Sato Japan Ren Sato Japan Ren Sato Honda Formula Dream Project
R2 14 April Japan Kakunoshin Ohta Japan Ren Sato Japan Atsushi Miyake Honda Formula Dream Project
2 R1 Fuji Speedway, Oyama 3 May Japan Ren Sato Japan Reiji Hiraki Japan Ren Sato Honda Formula Dream Project
R2 4 May Japan Ren Sato Japan Seita Nonaka Japan Ren Sato Honda Formula Dream Project
3 R1 Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka 25 May Japan Kakunoshin Ohta Japan Kakunoshin Ohta Japan Kakunoshin Ohta Honda Formula Dream Project
R2 26 May Japan Kakunoshin Ohta Japan Ren Sato Japan Kakunoshin Ohta Honda Formula Dream Project
4 R1 Fuji Speedway, Oyama 3 August Japan Ren Sato Japan Kakunoshin Ohta Japan Ren Sato Honda Formula Dream Project
R2 4 August Japan Ren Sato Japan Seita Nonaka Japan Ren Sato Honda Formula Dream Project
5 R1 Autopolis, Hita 7 September Japan Atsushi Miyake Japan Atsushi Miyake Japan Ren Sato Honda Formula Dream Project
R2 8 September Japan Ren Sato Japan Reiji Hiraki Japan Ren Sato Honda Formula Dream Project
6 R1 Sportsland SUGO, Murata 21 September Japan Atsushi Miyake Japan Ren Sato Japan Ren Sato Honda Formula Dream Project
R2 22 September Japan Atsushi Miyake Japan Ren Sato Japan Ren Sato Honda Formula Dream Project
NC R1 Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka 12 October Round cancelled due to Typhoon Hagibis[9]
R2 13 October
7 R1 Twin Ring Motegi, Motegi 2 November Japan Ren Sato Japan Reiji Hiraki Japan Ren Sato Honda Formula Dream Project
R2 3 November Japan Ren Sato Japan Kohta Kawaai Japan Ren Sato Honda Formula Dream Project

Championship standings

Points were awarded as follows:

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 SUZ FUJ2 AUT SUG MOT Points
1 Japan Ren Sato 1 20 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 311
2 Japan Atsushi Miyake 14 1 11 10 3 3 9 Ret 2 2 2 2 9 3 147
3 Japan Kohta Kawaai 20 5 5 3 7 6 6 6 5 3 3 6 Ret 2 131
4 Japan Reiji Hiraki 5 7 10 2 8 8 Ret 2 8 4 4 5 2 4 129
5 Japan Togo Suganami 3 2 8 6 4 4 2 3 7 7 6 7 Ret Ret 128
6 Japan Kakunoshin Ohta Ret Ret 2 5 1 1 4 9 3 6 18 27 8 7 125
7 Japan Hibiki Taira 4 8 7 4 5 5 23 4 12 32 5 3 5 Ret 101
8 Japan Seita Nonaka 2 3 4 8 35 7 29 11 10 10 7 4 7 6 89
9 Japan Iori Kimura 7 4 13 12 13 9 Ret 7 6 5 Ret 23 3 5 69
10 Japan Daichi Okamoto 6 6 3 9 6 Ret 5 8 14 13 12 14 6 9 65
11 Japan Mizuki Ishizaka 3 5 9 8 14 12 Ret 8 35
12 Japan Seiya Jin Ret DNS 9 7 9 Ret 7 10 11 9 8 30 Ret 10 24
13 Japan Sota Ogawa 12 Ret 4 31 10 10 Ret Ret 14
14 Japan Kotaro Sakurai Ret Ret 15 13 Ret 14 18 11 Ret 11 4 25 12
15 Japan Yusuke Shiotsu 8 9 Ret DNS 11 10 11 12 16 17 9 13 11 14 9
16 Japan Takuro Shinohara 6 17 12 12 8
17 Japan Miki Koyama 17 Ret 8 13 13 14 13 9 10 11 7
18 Japan Masamitsu Ohtake 10 11 15 15 14 Ret Ret 15 15 12 11 8 Ret 13 5
19 Japan Takeshi Ohi 9 10 12 11 16 Ret 3
20 Japan Ryuichirou Ishizaki 28 12 20 13 10 11 1
21 Japan Daisuke Watanabe Ret Ret 14 23 28 Ret 10 16 Ret 15 16 31 13 24 1
22 Japan "Dragon" 11 14 19 26 15 35 20 23 24 17 Ret 17 0
23 Japan Ryunosuke Sawa 12 12 0
24 Japan Sergeyevich Sato 12 15 21 25 19 17 20 21 21 18 17 19 17 32 0
25 Japan Fuma Horio 13 24 33 14 18 Ret 13 17 17 16 15 15 16 18 0
26 Japan Keizi Nakao 27 13 18 Ret 27 21 17 29 19 28 22 28 18 19 0
27 Japan Shunsuke Hanawa 16 27 16 18 30 16 14 18 20 16 15 16 0
28 Japan Rin Arakawa 14 15 0
29 Japan Masayuki Ueda 22 Ret 20 14 18 20 34 19 21 Ret 20 22 0
30 Thailand Teravate Pukpiboon 15 16 0
31 Japan "Ikari" 19 17 25 24 21 15 23 20 25 32 27 23 0
32 Japan Takumi Saigusa 17 23 23 16 23 19 16 19 0
33 Japan Sho Onedera 17 28 0
34 Japan Yuichi Sasaki 26 20 22 25 19 18 19 21 0
35 Japan Makoto Hotta 18 21 29 22 24 20 19 24 28 29 26 21 22 27 0
36 Japan Makio Saito 23 Ret 24 19 22 18 21 34 24 22 23 20 23 26 0
37 Japan Motoyoshi Yoshida 21 18 28 29 32 26 30 26 26 Ret 27 26 Ret 28 0
38 Japan Hachiro Osaka 24 19 27 Ret 26 22 25 28 25 30 29 22 21 20 0
39 Japan "Syuji" 26 25 30 21 31 25 27 33 30 26 Ret 25 26 29 0
40 Japan Masaya Kono 31 21 0
41 Japan Masayoshi Oyama 22 22 34 30 33 24 31 30 29 24 28 24 24 30 0
42 Japan Masaki Baba 26 22 0
43 Japan Hideki Hirota 22 Ret 0
44 Japan Ryo Komikado 28 23 0
45 Japan Yasushi Ide 29 23 0
46 Japan Ryunosuke Shibata 24 27 0
47 Japan "Yugo" 25 26 32 Ret 34 27 33 32 33 27 30 29 25 31 0
48 Japan "Don Luciano" 32 25 0
49 Japan "Ryo" 25 Ret 0
50 Japan Hironori Kikuchi 31 27 0
51 Japan Mitsuji Inagaki 27 Ret 0
52 Japan Masakatsu Takatsu 32 31 0
53 Japan Yoshifumi Shigemori 31 Ret 0
Japan Kaito Tsukada Ret Ret 0
Pos Driver OKA FUJ1 SUZ FUJ2 AUT SUG 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

Independent Cup

Pos Driver OKA FUJ1 SUZ FUJ2 AUT SUG MOT Points
1 Japan Sergeyevich Sato 12 15 21 25 19 17 20 21 21 18 17 19 17 32 241
2 Japan "Dragon" 11 14 19 24 15 35 20 23 24 17 Ret 17 182
3 Japan Keizi Nakao 27 13 18 Ret 27 21 17 29 19 28 22 28 18 19 171
4 Japan Makio Saito 23 Ret 24 19 22 18 21 34 24 22 23 20 23 26 147
5 Japan "Ikari" 19 17 25 24 21 15 23 20 25 32 27 23 134
6 Japan Makoto Hotta 18 21 29 22 24 20 19 24 28 29 26 21 22 27 126
7 Japan Yuichi Sasaki 26 20 22 25 19 18 19 21 112
8 Japan Hachiro Osaka 24 19 27 Ret 26 22 25 28 25 30 29 22 21 20 92
9 Japan Motoyoshi Yoshida 21 18 28 29 32 26 30 26 26 Ret 27 26 Ret 28 56
10 Japan Masayoshi Oyama 22 22 34 30 33 24 31 30 29 24 28 24 24 30 49
11 Japan "Syuji" 26 25 30 21 31 25 27 33 30 26 Ret 25 26 29 43
12 Japan "Yugo" 25 26 32 Ret 34 27 33 32 33 27 30 29 25 31 15
13 Japan Hideki Hirota 22 Ret 12
14 Japan "Ryo" 25 Ret 10
15 Japan Yasushi Ide 29 23 10
16 Japan "Don Luciano" 32 25 8
17 Japan Hironori Kikuchi 31 27 4
18 Japan Mitsuji Inagaki 27 Ret 2

Teams' standings

Pos Driver Pts.
1 Honda Formula Dream Project 350
2 Media Do Kageyama Racing 137
3 TOM'S Spirit 134
4 Le Beausset Motorsports 131
5 OTG Motor Sports 128
6 Silver Star Racing 69
7 Saccess Racing 65
8 Bionic Jack Racing 35
9 Skill Speed 17
10 Zap Speed 12
11 Ateam Buzz Motorsport 9
12 Rn-sports 1

References

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  3. ^ a b c d e "2019 FIA-F4 Championship Round 3/4 Fuji Tournament Entry List". 19 April 2019. Retrieved 3 May 2019.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i "2019 FIA-F4 Championship Round 7/8 Fuji Tournament Entry List". 20 July 2019. Retrieved 2 August 2019.
  5. ^ a b c d e "2019 FIA-F4 Championship Round 9/10 Autopolis Tournament Entry List". 27 August 2019. Retrieved 5 September 2019.
  6. ^ a b "2019 FIA-F4 Championship Round 11/12 SUGO Tournament Entry List". 13 September 2019.
  7. ^ a b "2019 FIA-F4 Championship Round 13/14 Motegi Tournament Entry List". 20 October 2019.
  8. ^ "F4 Japanese Championship 2019 Series". F4 Japanese Championship. Archived from the original on 28 April 2019. Retrieved 28 April 2019.
  9. ^ "2019 FIA F1 World Championship Japan Grand Prix Support Race FIA-F4 Suzuka Round Special Game canceled due to approaching typhoon". F4 Japanese Championship. Archived from the original on 10 October 2019. Retrieved 10 October 2019.

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