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2021 F4 Spanish Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2021 F4 Spanish Championship
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The 2021 F4 Spanish Championship is the sixth season of the Spanish F4 Championship. It is a multi-event motor racing championship for open wheel, formula racing cars regulated according to FIA Formula 4 regulations, based in Spain. The championship features drivers competing in 1.4 litre Tatuus-Abarth single seat race cars that conform to the technical regulations for the championship. The series is organised by RFEDA.

This is the last season of using Tatuus F4-T014 car. Starting from the next season, the series will feature Tatuus F4 T-021.[1]

Entry list

Team No. Driver Class Rounds
Spain Drivex School 1 Russia Maksim Arkhangelskii[2] R 1–5
10 France Lola Lovinfosse[3] R F 1–5
14 Portugal Guilherme Oliveira[4] R 1–5
68 United Kingdom Branden Lee Oxley[5][a] R 1–5
75 France Noam Abramczyk[6][b] R 1–5
Spain Teo Martín Motorsport 3 Austria Oliver Michl[7][c] R 1–5
18 Mexico Jorge Campos[5] R 2–5
19 Serbia Filip Jenić[8] R 1–5
Switzerland Jenzer Motorsport 4 Switzerland Samir Ben[7] R 1
5 Mexico Jorge Garcíarce[7] R 1
6 Italy Francesco Braschi[7] R 1
8 Mexico Santiago Ramos[9] R 1
Netherlands MP Motorsport 7 Netherlands Emely de Heus[10] R F 1–5
9 Netherlands Rik Koen[11] R 1–5
12 Mexico Gil Molina[12] R 1–5
13 Italy Santiago Trisini[13][d] R 1–2
17 Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff[14] R 1–5
29 Denmark Georg Kelstrup[15] R 1–5
44 Portugal Manuel Espírito Santo[16] R 1–5
52 Morocco Suleiman Zanfari[5] 1–5
55 Russia Miron Pingasov[17] R 5
77 Denmark Noah Degnbol[18] R 1–5
Republic of Ireland Pinnacle Motorsport 11 Republic of Ireland Alex Dunne[19] R 1–3
Spain GRS Team 15 India Anshul Gandhi[20] R 5
26 Russia Vladislav Ryabov[21] R 1–5
Spain Campos Racing 23 Spain Josep María Martí[22] R 1–5
24 Mexico Alejandro García[22] 1–5
25 Denmark Sebastian Øgaard[22] 1–5
27 Ukraine Oleksandr Partyshev[23] R 1–5
Spain Fórmula de Campeones 28 Spain Daniel Maciá[24] R 1–5
34 Spain Enric Bordás[25] 1–5
93 Switzerland Eron Rexhepi[17] R TBC

Race calendar and results

5 rounds organized by RFEDA were announced on 17 October 2020.[26] Another 2 rounds set to take place abroad were revealed on 19 October with their places and dates to be confirmed.[27] An updated version with the round at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps and one in Portugal added was published on 17 December 2020. Moreover, there were some tweaks to the dates of the national rounds.[28] Autódromo Internacional do Algarve as the host of the Portuguese round was confirmed on 28 January 2021. Due to more travel restrictions, the planned season opener at Circuito del Jarama in April was cancelled and replaced with a round at Circuito de Navarra in May.[29] As the official pre-season test of FIA World Endurance Championship was scheduled to take place at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps and 24H Series moved its round to Circuit Paul Ricard, the series season opener will be held one week later at the same location.[30]

Round Circuit Date Supporting
1 R1 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot 30 April FIA World Endurance Championship
R2 1 May[e]
R3 30 April[e]
2 R1 Spain Circuito de Navarra, Los Arcos 29 May GT-CER
TCR Spain CEST
R2 30 May
R3
3 R1 Portugal Algarve International Circuit, Portimão 16 July
R2 17 July
R3
4 R1 Spain MotorLand Aragón, Alcañiz 1 August GT-CER
TCR Spain CEST
R2
R3
5 R1 Spain Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Cheste 18 September GT-CER
TCR Spain CEST
R2 19 September
R3
6 R1 Spain Circuito de Jerez, Jerez de la Frontera 2 October GT-CER
R2 3 October
R3
7 R1 Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 13–14 November GT-CER
TCR Spain CEST
R2
R3

Results

Races denoted with a blue background are 18-minute races, which yield less points than 25-minute races.

Round Circuit Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team Secondary Class Winner
1 R1 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps[e] Republic of Ireland Alex Dunne Spain Daniel Maciá Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Netherlands MP Motorsport R: Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff
F: France Lola Lovinfosse
R2 Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Denmark Georg Kelstrup Netherlands MP Motorsport R: Denmark Georg Kelstrup
F: France Lola Lovinfosse
R3 Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Netherlands Rik Koen Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Netherlands MP Motorsport R: Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff
F: Netherlands Emely de Heus
2 R1 Spain Circuito de Navarra Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Denmark Noah Degnbol Spain Enric Bordás Spain Fórmula de Campeones R: Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff
F: France Lola Lovinfosse
R2 Spain Enric Bordás Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Spain Enric Bordás Spain Fórmula de Campeones R: Spain Daniel Maciá
F: Netherlands Emely de Heus
R3 Spain Enric Bordás Spain Enric Bordás Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Netherlands MP Motorsport R: Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff
F: France Lola Lovinfosse
3 R1 Portugal Algarve International Circuit Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Denmark Sebastian Øgaard Denmark Sebastian Øgaard Spain Campos Racing R: Spain Daniel Maciá
F: France Lola Lovinfosse
R2 Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff France Noam Abramczyk Denmark Sebastian Øgaard Spain Campos Racing R: Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff
F: France Lola Lovinfosse
R3 Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Spain Josep María Martí Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Netherlands MP Motorsport R: Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff
F: France Lola Lovinfosse
4 R1 Spain MotorLand Aragón Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Netherlands MP Motorsport R: Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff
F: France Lola Lovinfosse
R2 Spain Josep María Martí Spain Josep María Martí Spain Josep María Martí Spain Campos Racing R: Spain Josep María Martí
F: Netherlands Emely de Heus
R3 Spain Josep María Martí Portugal Guilherme Oliveira Spain Josep María Martí Spain Campos Racing R: Spain Josep María Martí
F: France Lola Lovinfosse
5 R1 Spain Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Cheste Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Denmark Sebastian Øgaard Spain Campos Racing R: Spain Josep María Martí
F: Netherlands Emely de Heus
R2 Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Netherlands Rik Koen Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Netherlands MP Motorsport R: Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff
F: France Lola Lovinfosse
R3 Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Spain Josep María Martí Denmark Sebastian Øgaard Spain Campos Racing R: Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff
F: France Lola Lovinfosse
6 R1 Spain Circuito de Jerez R:
F:
R2 R:
F:
R3 R:
F:
7 R1 Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya R:
F:
R2 R:
F:
R3 R:
F:

Championship standings

Points are awarded to the top ten classified finishers in 25-minute races and for the top eight classified finishers in 18-minute races.

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

Drivers' championship

Pos Driver SPA[e]
Belgium
NAV
Spain
ALG
Portugal
ARA
Spain
CRT
Spain
JER
Spain
CAT
Spain
Pts
1 Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff 1 2 1 2 4 1 3 2 1 1 2 4 20 1 2 265
2 Denmark Sebastian Øgaard 9 3 7 5 22 3 1 1 6 9 3 5 1 4 1 172
3 Spain Josep María Martí 5 6 2 12 10 9 Ret 3 12 3 1 1 2 11 7 128
4 Spain Daniel Maciá 2 Ret 6 11 2 4 2 12 2 7 21 2 Ret 2 Ret 123
5 Spain Enric Bordás 4 16 9 1 1 19 4 4 10 10 6 13 5 5 4 111
6 Netherlands Rik Koen 16 11 4 6 13 18 Ret 7 3 6 Ret 6 9 3 5 77
7 Russia Maksim Arkhangelskii 18 9 8 15 11 6 5 8 5 5 5 20 3 18 Ret 64
8 Denmark Noah Degnbol 14 8 5 4 3 2 21 13 8 Ret 7 9 12 9 13 60
9 Denmark Georg Kelstrup 7 1 11 3 6 Ret 9 6 11 8 Ret 7 15 12 8 60
10 Russia Vladislav Ryabov 19 7 Ret 25† 19 11 13 5 4 2 4 8 21 6 19† 54
11 Portugal Guilherme Oliveira Ret 22 20 8 9 20 WD WD WD 4 10 3 22 16 16 32
12 Mexico Santiago Ramos 6 4 3 31
13 Republic of Ireland Alex Dunne 3 5 25 14 14 7 10 15 Ret 30
14 Serbia Filip Jenić 10 17 14 9 7 14 7 9 15 20 19 18 11 8 3 27
15 Morocco Suleiman Zanfari 12 12 Ret 10 8 15 20 10 9 11 14 15 4 14 6 24
16 Portugal Manuel Espírito Santo 13 18 10 7 5 8 8 22 22† 12 11 23† Ret Ret 10 22
17 France Noam Abramczyk Ret Ret 18 24† 15 10 6 11 7 Ret 12 11 8 7 Ret 000 000 000 000 000 000 22
18 Mexico Gil Molina Ret 20 19 16 12 5 11 23† 16 13 9 22† 6 22 11 18
19 United Kingdom Branden Lee Oxley 17 Ret 26† 18 18 12 14 16 14 14 13 14 7 Ret 14 6
20 Italy Francesco Braschi 8 19 23† 4
21 Mexico Jorge Campos 21 17 16 19 18 17 21 16 10 19 21 9 3
22 Mexico Alejandro García 11 15 24† 19 Ret Ret 12 14 21† 19 8 19 10 10 Ret 2
23 Austria Oliver Michl Ret 10 12 17 16 Ret 15 19 18 15 15 21 17 13 15 0
24 Ukraine Oleksandr Partyshev 20 Ret 17 23 Ret Ret 16 20 20† 17 17 12 16 15 12 0
25 Italy Santiago Trisini 21 13 13 13 Ret 13 0
26 France Lola Lovinfosse 23 21 22 20 21 17 17 17 13 18 18 16 Ret 17 17 0
27 Russia Miron Pingasov 13 23 20† 0
28 Mexico Jorge Garcíarce 22 14 15 0
29 Netherlands Emely de Heus 24 23 21 22 20 21 18 21 19 16 20 17 14 19 21† 0
30 Switzerland Samir Ben 15 Ret 16 0
31 India Anshul Gandhi 18 20 18 0
Pos Driver SPA[e]
Belgium
NAV
Spain
ALG
Portugal
ARA
Spain
CRT
Spain
JER
Spain
CAT
Spain
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
† — Did not finish but classified

Secondary Classes' standings

Pos Driver SPA[e]
Belgium
NAV
Spain
ALG
Portugal
ARA
Spain
CRT
Spain
JER
Spain
CAT
Spain
Pts
Rookie Trophy
1 Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff 1 2 1 1 3 1 2 1 1 1 2 4 16 1 1 269
2 Spain Josep María Martí 4 5 2 9 8 8 Ret 2 9 3 1 1 1 8 4 150
3 Spain Daniel Maciá 2 Ret 6 8 1 3 1 9 2 7 17 2 Ret 2 Ret 139
4 Netherlands Rik Koen 12 10 4 4 11 16 Ret 5 3 6 Ret 5 6 3 3 96
5 Denmark Georg Kelstrup 6 1 9 2 5 Ret 7 4 8 8 Ret 6 11 9 5 89
6 Russia Maksim Arkhangelskii 14 8 7 12 9 5 3 6 5 5 4 16 2 14 Ret 82
7 Denmark Noah Degnbol 10 7 5 3 2 2 17 10 7 Ret 5 8 8 7 10 81
8 Russia Vladislav Ryabov 15 6 Ret 21† 17 10 10 3 4 2 3 7 17 4 16† 70
9 Serbia Filip Jenić 8 13 12 7 6 13 5 7 12 16 15 15 7 6 2 54
10 Portugal Manuel Espírito Santo 9 14 8 5 4 7 6 18 18† 9 8 19† Ret Ret 7 47
11 France Noam Abramczyk Ret Ret 16 20† 13 9 4 8 6 Ret 9 10 5 5 Ret 40
12 Portugal Guilherme Oliveira Ret 18 18 6 7 17 WD WD WD 4 7 3 18 12 13 39
13 Mexico Gil Molina Ret 16 17 13 10 4 9 19† 13 10 6 18† 3 18 8 38
14 Mexico Santiago Ramos 5 3 3 35
15 Republic of Ireland Alex Dunne 3 4 22 11 12 6 8 11 Ret 35
16 United Kingdom Branden Lee Oxley 13 Ret 23† 15 16 11 11 12 11 11 10 12 4 Ret 11 12
17 Mexico Jorge Campos 17 15 14 16 14 14 17 12 9 15 17 6 10
18 Italy Francesco Braschi 7 15 21† 6
19 Ukraine Oleksandr Partyshev 16 Ret 15 19 Ret Ret 13 16 17† 14 13 11 12 11 9 2
20 Russia Miron Pingasov 9 19 17† 2
21 Austria Oliver Michl Ret 9 10 14 14 Ret 12 15 15 12 11 17 13 10 12 1
22 Italy Santiago Trisini 17 11 11 10 Ret 12 1
23 France Lola Lovinfosse 19 17 20 16 19 15 14 13 10 15 14 13 Ret 13 14 1
24 Netherlands Emely de Heus 20 19 19 18 18 18 15 17 16 13 16 14 10 15 18† 1
25 Switzerland Samir Ben 11 Ret 14 0
26 Mexico Jorge Garcíarce 18 12 13 0
27 India Anshul Gandhi 14 16 15 0
Female Trophy
1 France Lola Lovinfosse 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 Ret 1 1 283
2 Netherlands Emely de Heus 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 2† 264
Pos Driver SPA[e]
Belgium
NAV
Spain
ALG
Portugal
ARA
Spain
CRT
Spain
JER
Spain
CAT
Spain
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)
† — Did not finish but classified

Teams' standings

Two best finishers score points for their team. Bonus points are not counted.

Pos Driver Points
1 Netherlands MP Motorsport 404
2 Spain Campos Racing 294
3 Spain Fórmula de Campeones 230
4 Spain Drivex School 118
5 Spain GRS Team 54
6 Switzerland Jenzer Motorsport 35
7 Spain Teo Martín Motorsport 30
8 Republic of Ireland Pinnacle Motorsport 28

Notes

  1. ^ Branden Lee Oxley is a British-Thai driver who races under the British flag.
  2. ^ Noam Abramczyk is a French-Israeli driver who races under the French flag.
  3. ^ Oliver Michl is an Austrian-Hungarian driver who races under the Austrian flag.
  4. ^ Santiago Trisini is an American-Venezuelan driver who races under the Italian flag.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g The 18-minute race in Round 1 was scheduled for 30 April, but was moved to 1 May due to a schedule change with the WEC. The race is still considered Race 2, and the 25-minute Race 3 was held on 30 April instead of 1 May to compensate.

References

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