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F4 British Championship

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F4 British Championship
F4 British Championship logo.jpeg
CategoryFIA Formula 4
CountryUnited Kingdom
Inaugural season2015
ConstructorsMygale
Engine suppliersFord EcoBoost
Tyre suppliersHankook
Drivers' championUnited Kingdom Luke Browning
Teams' championUnited Kingdom Carlin
Official websitehttp://fiaformula4.com/
Motorsport current event.svg
Current season
Jamie Caroline British F4 Champion 2017 at Knockhill Circuit
Jamie Caroline British F4 Champion 2017

F4 British Championship (full name F4 British Championship certified by FIA — powered by Ford, formerly known as MSA Formula) is a single-seater motorsport series based in the United Kingdom. The series is run to the FIA's Formula 4 regulations, and is administered by Motorsport UK. The championship is designed as a low-cost entrance to car racing, and is aimed at young racing drivers moving up from karting.

The championship replaces the British Formula Ford Championship, and used a chassis produced by Mygale and engines from Ford for seven seasons from 2015 to 2021. With Motorsport UK taking over the organization of the championship for years 2022–24, as Ford concluded their involvement, the championship will switch to a Tatuus chassis and Abarth as the engines supplier.[1][2]

The series is part of the TOCA tour, a series of events run alongside the British Touring Car Championship.

Championship format

Each championship event consists of three races. The series is run in support of the BTCC.

Fifteen-year-olds are eligible to compete in the series, after the MSA lowered the age limit for single-seater championships.[3] The winner of the championship will be named the FIA Formula 4 champion, and will be rewarded a test with a top-level regional Formula Three team.[4]

The car

2015–2021

Mygale provide a carbon-fibre monocoque chassis. The engine is a Ford 1.6L EcoBoost engine as used in the more modern Formula Ford cars, tuned to a maximum of 160 PS. All engines are prepared and tuned by Neil Brown Engineering, to lower costs and ensure engine equalisation.[4] Hankook are the sole tyre supplier, with the cars running on the same compound and construction rubber as used in Formula Three. Sadev provide the sequential paddle shift transmission. The engine control unit is an F88GDI4 from Life Racing which features integrated paddle shift control, GPS track mapping and also functions as the complete data acquisition system.

The total price of purchasing the car is capped at £36,000.[4]

Champions

All teams are British-registered

Drivers

Season Driver Team Races Poles Wins Podiums Fastest laps Points Margin
2015 United Kingdom Lando Norris United Kingdom Carlin 30 10 8 15 9 413 42
2016 United Kingdom Max Fewtrell United Kingdom Carlin 30 3 3 16 3 358 7
2017 United Kingdom Jamie Caroline United Kingdom Carlin 30 4 10 16 6 442 65.5
2018 United Kingdom Kiern Jewiss United Kingdom Double R Racing 30 2 6 18 7 445 71
2019 Barbados Zane Maloney United Kingdom Carlin 30 6 10 15 5 427 20
2020 United Kingdom Luke Browning United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports 26 6 7 16 7 412.5 4

Teams'

Season Team Drivers Poles Wins Podiums Fastest laps Points Margin
2015 United Kingdom Carlin 3 13 12 27 17 712 85
2016 United Kingdom Carlin 4 11 12 41 15 618 113
2017 United Kingdom Carlin 4 6 12 30 10 869.5 101
2018 United Kingdom TRS Arden Junior Racing Team 4 9 11 39 15 837 39
2019 United Kingdom Double R Racing 3 8 11 31 13 730 179
2020 United Kingdom Carlin 3 3 10 23 5 609.5 55.5

Rookie class

Season Driver Team Races Poles Wins Podiums Fastest laps Points Margin
2015 United Kingdom Enaam Ahmed United Kingdom TRS Arden Junior Racing Team 30 0 6 17 0 440 32
2016 United Kingdom Alex Quinn United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports 30 2 16 26 1 589 159
2018 Australia Jack Doohan United Kingdom TRS Arden Junior Racing Team 30 0 12 25 7 548 15
2019 Barbados Zane Maloney United Kingdom Carlin 30 6 21 26 5 608.5 180.5
2020 Australia Christian Mansell United Kingdom Carlin 26 0 14 23 0 496.5 61.5

Nations Cup

Season Country Races Poles Wins Podiums Fastest laps Points Margin
2015 United States United States 30 3 14 26 8 590 2

Ford F4 Challenge Cup

Season Driver Team Races Poles Wins Podiums Fastest laps Points Margin
2017 Sweden Hampus Ericsson United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports 21 0 9 18 0 367.5 16

Circuits

Number Countries, Circuits Years
1 England Brands Hatch 2015-2021
2 England Donington Park 2015-2021
3 England Thruxton Circuit 2015-2021
4 England Oulton Park 2015-2021
5 England Croft Circuit 2015-2021
6 England Snetterton Circuit 2015-2021
7 Scotland Knockhill 2015-2021
8 England Rockingham Motor Speedway 2015-2018
9 England Silverstone Circuit 2015-2021

References

  1. ^ "Motorsport UK to organise the F4 British Championship from 2022". Motorsport UK. 4 August 2021.
  2. ^ "Motorsport UK announces chassis and engine supply package for F4 British Championship from 2022". Motorsport UK. 14 August 2021.
  3. ^ Mitchell, Scott (13 August 2014). "MSA to allow 15-year-olds in UK single-seaters from 2015". Autosport.com. Haymarket Media. Retrieved 16 November 2014.
  4. ^ a b c Mitchell, Scott (17 September 2014). "New UK FIA Formula 4 series MSA Formula to use Mygale chassis". Autosport.com. Haymarket Media. Retrieved 16 November 2014.

External links

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