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2021 F4 British Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2021 F4 British Championship
Previous: 2020 Next: 2022
2021 ToCA Support series:
2021 BTCC
2021 Mini Challenge UK
2021 Ginetta Junior Championship
2021 Ginetta GT4 Supercup
2021 Porsche Carrera Cup GB

The 2021 F4 British Championship is a multi-event, Formula 4 open-wheel single seater motor racing championship held across United Kingdom. The championship features a mix of professional motor racing teams and privately funded drivers, competing in Formula 4 cars that conform to the technical regulations for the championship. This, the seventh season, following on from the British Formula Ford Championship, is the seventh year that the cars conform to the FIA's Formula 4 regulations.[1] Part of the TOCA tour, it forms part of the extensive program of support categories built up around the BTCC centrepiece.

The season commenced on 8 May at Thruxton Circuit and will conclude on 24 October at Brands Hatch, utilising the Grand Prix circuit, after thirty races to be held at ten meetings, all in the support of the 2021 British Touring Car Championship.

From this season forward, the grid for race 2 is a full reverse grid based on the results of qualifying, instead of reversing the top half drivers from race 1.[2]

This the last season of the championship using the combination of Mygale M14-F4 chassis and the engines supplied by Ford.[3]

Teams and drivers

All teams are British-registered.

Team No. Drivers Class Rounds
Fortec Motorsport 5 Sweden Joel Granfors[4] 1–6
63 United Kingdom Oliver Gray[5] R 1–6
67 United Kingdom James Hedley[6] 1–5
Phinsys by Argenti 8 Peru Matías Zagazeta[7] 1–6
11 Australia Marcos Flack[8] R 1–6
36 Philippines Eduardo Coseteng[9] R 1–6
57 United Kingdom Aiden Neate[10] R 3–6
TRS Arden Junior Team 10 United Kingdom Thomas Ikin[11] R 1–4
77 United States David Morales[12] 2–6
99 United Kingdom Zak Taylor[13] 1–6
Carlin 15 United Kingdom Kai Askey[14] R 1–6
21 Thailand Tasanapol Inthraphuvasak[15] 1–6
25 Japan Dougie Bolger[16] R 1–6
31 Poland Roman Bilinski[17] 1–4
67 United Kingdom James Hedley[18] 6
JHR Developments 16 United Kingdom McKenzy Cresswell[19] R 1–6
35 United Kingdom Matthew Rees[20] R 1–6
49 United Kingdom Abbi Pulling[21] 1–6
84 United Kingdom Joseph Loake[22] 1–6
Richardson Racing 23 United Kingdom Georgi Dimitrov[23][a] 2–4
Icon Class
R Rookie

Race calendar

All races are held in the United Kingdom. All rounds are scheduled to support 2021 British Touring Car Championship. The provisional calendar was announced on 20 July 2020.[24] An amended version was unveiled on 14 January 2021 with the season opener moving to 8 May at Thruxton Circuit.[25] Further changes were published on 15 March 2021.[26]

Round Circuit Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team Rookie winner
1 R1 Thruxton Circuit
(Hampshire)
8 May United Kingdom Matthew Rees Peru Matías Zagazeta United Kingdom James Hedley Fortec Motorsport Philippines Eduardo Coseteng
R2 9 May Philippines Eduardo Coseteng United Kingdom James Hedley Fortec Motorsport United Kingdom Thomas Ikin
R3 United Kingdom Matthew Rees Philippines Eduardo Coseteng United Kingdom Joseph Loake JHR Developments United Kingdom McKenzy Cresswell
2 R4 Snetterton Motor Racing Circuit
(300 Circuit, Norfolk)
12 June United Kingdom Matthew Rees Australia Marcos Flack United Kingdom Matthew Rees JHR Developments United Kingdom Matthew Rees
R5 Sweden Joel Granfors United Kingdom Georgi Dimitrov Richardson Racing United Kingdom Thomas Ikin
R6 13 June United Kingdom Matthew Rees United Kingdom McKenzy Cresswell United Kingdom Matthew Rees JHR Developments United Kingdom Matthew Rees
3 R7 Brands Hatch
(Indy Circuit, Kent)
26 June United Kingdom Joseph Loake United Kingdom Zak Taylor TRS Arden Junior Team United Kingdom Thomas Ikin
R8 27 June United Kingdom Matthew Rees[b] United Kingdom McKenzy Cresswell United Kingdom James Hedley Fortec Motorsport United Kingdom Matthew Rees
R9 United Kingdom McKenzy Cresswell United Kingdom Joseph Loake Peru Matías Zagazeta Phinsys by Argenti United Kingdom McKenzy Cresswell
4 R10 Oulton Park
(Island Circuit, Cheshire)
31 July United Kingdom James Hedley United Kingdom James Hedley United Kingdom James Hedley Fortec Motorsport United Kingdom Matthew Rees
R11 United Kingdom Oliver Gray United Kingdom McKenzy Cresswell JHR Developments United Kingdom McKenzy Cresswell
R12 1 August United Kingdom James Hedley United Kingdom Aiden Neate United Kingdom Joseph Loake JHR Developments Japan Dougie Bolger
5 R13 Knockhill Racing Circuit
(Fife)
14 August Peru Matías Zagazeta Peru Matías Zagazeta Peru Matías Zagazeta Phinsys by Argenti United Kingdom Matthew Rees
R14 15 August United Kingdom Kai Askey United Kingdom McKenzy Cresswell JHR Developments United Kingdom McKenzy Cresswell
R15 Peru Matías Zagazeta Sweden Joel Granfors Peru Matías Zagazeta Phinsys by Argenti United Kingdom Matthew Rees
6 R16 Thruxton Circuit
(Hampshire)
28 August United Kingdom Oliver Gray United Kingdom Aiden Neate United Kingdom Oliver Gray[c] Fortec Motorsport United Kingdom Oliver Gray
R17 Sweden Joel Granfors Sweden Joel Granfors Fortec Motorsport Philippines Eduardo Coseteng
R18 29 August United Kingdom Oliver Gray Sweden Joel Granfors United Kingdom Oliver Gray Fortec Motorsport United Kingdom Oliver Gray
7 R19 Croft Circuit
(North Yorkshire)
18–19 September
R20
R21
8 R22 Silverstone Circuit
(National Circuit, Northamptonshire)
25–26 September
R23
R24
9 R25 Donington Park
(National Circuit, Leicestershire)
9–10 October
R26
R27
10 R28 Brands Hatch
(Grand Prix Circuit, Kent)
23–24 October
R29
R30

Championship standings

Points are awarded to the top ten classified finishers in races 1 and 3 and for the top eight classified finishers in race 2.[2] During the round at Brands Hatch utilising the Indy circuit, the race awarding 15 points for the winner was run as the first one. From this round onwards, an extra point is awarded for every position a competitor gains during a reverse grid race.[27][28]

Races Position, points per race
 1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   FL 
Races 1 & 3 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 1
Race 2 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 1

Drivers' Standings

Pos Driver THR1 SNE BHI OUL KNO THR2 CRO SIL DON BHGP Pen. Pts
1 United Kingdom Matthew Rees 13 13 5 1 12 1 910 2 4 2 99 5 3 14 3 9 76 5 187
2 Peru Matías Zagazeta 3 9 Ret 9 13 6 125 4 1 Ret Ret 2 1 97 1 2 123 2 183
3 United Kingdom James Hedley 1 1 3 2 11 4 15 1 5 1 127 6 10 DNS 11 Ret 33 8 179
4 Sweden Joel Granfors 2 2 8 8 5 Ret 83 8 6 11 53 10 2 Ret 2 7 19 3 155
5 United Kingdom McKenzy Cresswell 9 7 2 3 14 3 108 6 2 13 14 14 8 13 9 4 Ret WD 143
6 United Kingdom Oliver Gray 6 11 4 4 10 11 57 9 11 5 66 Ret 9 7 Ret 1 511 1 139
7 United Kingdom Joseph Loake 15 10 1 7 Ret 9 141 Ret 7 3 134 1 5 63 Ret Ret 9 6 111
8 United Kingdom Abbi Pulling 12 5 12 6 9 5 35 3 8 Ret 42 16 13 83 4 3 11 10 3 97
9 United Kingdom Zak Taylor 5 3 14 11 3 8 14 17 13 12 8 11 Ret 23 14 12 8 Ret 70
10 United Kingdom Kai Askey 10 Ret 9 14 4 13 113 7 3 10 17 8 7 33 8 8 13 12 68
11 Philippines Eduardo Coseteng 4 15 11 13 Ret 14 Ret 11 10 9 106 7 4 13 7 Ret 410 Ret 65
12 Thailand Tasanapol Inthraphuvasak 14 4 DSQ 12 8 7 13 10 14 17 21 13 6 44 10 6 Ret 9 60
13 Japan Dougie Bolger 8 14 6 18 6 Ret 4 12 15 6 112 4 11 10 5 10 10 7 6 57
14 United Kingdom Aiden Neate 64 16 9 7 15 9 Ret 12 6 5 62 4 56
15 Poland Roman Bilinski 7 8 7 10 Ret 12 76 5 12 4 16 3 9 50
16 United Kingdom Thomas Ikin 11 6 13 15 2 15 21 15 17 14 3 12 39
17 Australia Marcos Flack Ret 12 10 5 7 2 Ret 13 16 8 72 17 Ret 11 12 13 Ret 11 3 37
18 United States David Morales 17 Ret 16 Ret 14 18 16 18 15 12 5 13 11 2 13 18
19 United Kingdom Georgi Dimitrov 16 1 10 Ret Ret Ret 15 14 Ret 16
Pos Driver THR1 SNE BHI OUL KNO THR2 CRO SIL DON BHGP Pen. Pts
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
x – Positions Gained

Rookie Cup

Pos Driver THR1 SNE BHI OUL KNO THR2 CRO SIL DON BHGP Pen. Pts
1 United Kingdom Matthew Rees 13 13 5 1 12 1 9 2 4 2 9 5 3 14 3 9 7 5 260
2 United Kingdom Oliver Gray 6 11 4 4 10 11 5 9 11 5 6 Ret 9 7 Ret 1 5 1 219
3 United Kingdom McKenzy Cresswell 9 7 2 3 14 3 10 6 2 13 1 14 8 1 9 4 Ret WD 209
4 Japan Dougie Bolger 8 14 6 18 6 Ret 4 12 15 6 11 4 11 10 5 10 10 7 6 167
5 United Kingdom Kai Askey 10 Ret 9 14 4 13 11 7 3 10 17 8 7 3 8 8 13 12 164
6 Philippines Eduardo Coseteng 4 15 11 13 Ret 14 Ret 11 10 9 10 7 4 13 7 Ret 4 Ret 145
7 Australia Marcos Flack Ret 12 10 5 7 2 Ret 13 16 8 7 17 Ret 11 12 13 Ret 11 3 111
8 United Kingdom Aiden Neate 6 16 9 7 15 9 Ret 12 6 5 6 4 107
9 United Kingdom Thomas Ikin 11 6 13 15 2 15 2 15 17 14 3 12 97
Pos Driver THR1 SNE BHI OUL KNO THR2 CRO SIL DON BHGP Pen. Pts

Teams Cup

Each team nominates two drivers to score points before every round. All non-nominated drivers are ignored.

The standings updated after Round 6.

Pos Team Pts
1 Fortec Motorsport 424
2 JHR Developments 351
3 Phinsys by Argenti 285
4 Carlin 239
5 TRS Arden Junior Team 222
6 Richardson Racing 26

Notes

  1. ^ Georgi Dimitrov is a British-Bulgarian driver racing under the British-Bulgarian flag.
  2. ^ The starting grids between the first two races of the round were swapped.
  3. ^ Matías Zagazeta finished as the first but was given 1 second time penalty. Gray inherited the win.

References

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