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F4 Danish Championship

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F4 Danish Championship
F4 Danish Championship.png
CategoryFormula 4
CountryDenmark
Inaugural season2017
ConstructorsMygale
Engine suppliersRenault
Tyre suppliersPirelli
Drivers' championDenmark Conrad Laursen
Teams' championDenmark FSP
Official websiteOfficial website
Motorsport current event.svg
Current season

F4 Danish Championship is a Danish motor racing series for open-wheel cars complying with FIA Formula 4 regulations. The inaugural championship was contested in 2017.

History

In September 2016, the Dansk Automobil Sports Union (DASU) announced that it would introduce the FIA Formula 4 category in Denmark. This was followed on 6 November 2016 by the official launch of the F4 Danish Championship. Danish F4 cars were to use the French Mygale chassis and the 2.0-litre Renault engine.[1] The series will comprise seven rounds, supporting the Danish Thundersport Championship, Danish Endurance Championship and Danish Supertourisme Turbo at their events.[2]

F4 cars will share the track with the F5 cars (previously called Formula Ford), but will receive separate classifications. From 2019 F5 cars are classified with-in the F4 results, as well as a separate cup.

Car

The championship features Mygale designed and built cars constructed of carbon fibre and featuring a monocoque chassis. Power is provided by a 2.0-litre Renault engine.[1]

Champions

Drivers

Season Driver Team Races Poles Wins Podiums Fastest lap Points Margins
2017 Denmark Daniel Lundgaard Denmark Lundgaard Racing 21 8 7 16 7 368 48
2018 Denmark Casper Tobias Hansen Denmark FSP 24 5 13 19 13 461 119
2019 Denmark Malthe Jakobsen Denmark FSP 24 6 11 18 6 428 78
2020 Denmark Conrad Laursen Denmark FSP 9 0 2 7 0 151 18

Teams

Season Team Drivers Poles Wins Podiums Fastest lap Points Margins
2017 Denmark Vesti Motorsport 5 5 11 27 8 686 216
2018 Denmark FSP 3 6 15 33 16 701 359
2019 Denmark FSP 3 6 13 26 8 679 329
2020 Denmark FSP 3 0 7 16 7 405 320

Rookie

Season Driver Team
2018 Denmark Malthe Jakobsen Denmark FSP
2019 Denmark Ali Largim Denmark FSP
2020 Denmark Conrad Laursen Denmark FSP

Formula 5 Champions

Season Driver Team Races Poles Wins Podiums Fastest lap Points Margins
2017 Denmark Aske Nygaard Bramming Denmark FSP 21 3 8 19 8 368 48
2018 Denmark Mads Hoe Denmark Hoe Motorsport 24 4 13 19 15 477 39
2019 Denmark Lucas Daugaard Denmark Daugaard Racing 24 7 22 24 23 203 124
2020 Denmark Mads Hoe Denmark Hoe Motorsport 9 2 6 7 8 165 20

Circuits

Number Countries, Circuits Years
1 Denmark Jyllandsringen 2017-2021
2 Denmark Ring Djursland 2017-2021
3 Denmark Padborg Park 2017-2021
4 Norway Rudskogen Motorpark 2018
5 Sweden Kinnekulle Ring 2019
6 Sweden Sturup Raceway 2021

References

  1. ^ a b "Formel 4 - præsentation" [Formula 4 - presentation] (in Danish). 6 November 2016. Retrieved 2 July 2017.
  2. ^ "Løbsafviklingsmøde 2017 - kalender og afvikling" [2017 Danish motorsport calendars and championships] (in Danish). Retrieved 2 July 2017.

External links

This page was last edited on 12 May 2021, at 18:16
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