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F4 Japanese Championship

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F4 Japanese Championship
F4 Japanese Championship logo.png
CategoryFIA Formula 4
CountryJapan
Inaugural season2015
ConstructorsDome
Engine suppliersTOM'S Toyota
Tyre suppliersDunlop
Drivers' championJapan Hibiki Taira
Teams' championJapan TGR-DC Racing School
Official websiteOfficial website
Motorsport current event.svg
Current season

F4 Japanese Championship (FIA-フォーミュラ4 地方選手権, FIA F4 Chihou Senshuken)[1] is a formula racing series regulated according to FIA Formula 4 regulations. The inaugural season was held in 2015.

History

Gerhard Berger and the FIA Singleseater Commission launched the FIA Formula 4 in March 2013.[2] The goal of the Formula 4 is to make the ladder to Formula 1 more transparent. Besides sporting and technical regulations, costs are regulated too. A car to compete in this category may not exceed €30.000 in purchase. A single season in Formula 4 may not exceed €100.000 in costs. The Japanese F4 will be the one of the second phase Formula 4 championship to be launched. The first phase championships was the Italian F4 Championship and the Formula 4 Sudamericana which started in 2014.

The F4 Japanese Championship was launched by the GT Association on 16 December 2014.[1] All rounds are support events to the Super GT.

Japanese race car constructor Dome was contracted to design and build all the cars.[1] The cars are constructed out of carbon fibre and feature a monocoque chassis. The engine is a 2.0 turbo TOM'S Toyota, whereas Dunlop (Sumitomo Rubber Industries) is the tyre supplier.

Point system

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th 
Points 20 15 12 10 8 6 4 3 2 1

Champions

All teams and drivers were Japanese-registered.

Drivers

Season Driver Team Poles Wins Podiums Fastest laps Points Clinched Margin
2015 Japan Sho Tsuboi Japan TOM'S Spirit 4 7 10 4 195 Race 14 of 14 3
2016 Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan TOM'S Spirit 2 2 5 3 142 Race 14 of 14 4
2017 Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan TOM'S Spirit 5 4 11 6 231 Race 14 of 14 7
2018 Japan Yuki Tsunoda Japan Honda Formula Dream Project 8 7 11 4 245 Race 14 of 14 14
2019 Japan Ren Sato Japan Honda Formula Dream Project 8 11 13 5 311 Race 10 of 14 164
2020 Japan Hibiki Taira Japan TGR-DC Racing School 7 10 12 4 270.5 Race 10 of 12 90

Teams

Season Team Poles Wins Podiums Fastest laps Points Margin
2015 Japan TOM'S Spirit 4 7 10 4 225 9
2016 Japan Honda Formula Dream Project 1 2 12 3 203 21
2017 Japan Honda Formula Dream Project 9 11 26 6 314 83
2018 Japan Honda Formula Dream Project 12 10 23 7 316 106
2019 Japan Honda Formula Dream Project 14 14 25 14 350 213
2020 Japan TGR-DC Racing School 7 10 17 4 273.5 93

Independent Cup

Season Driver Team Wins (Indep/Cup) Podiums (Indep/Cup) Points (Indep/Cup) Margin
2018 Japan Masayuki Ueda Japan Rn-sports 2 10 207 6
2019 Japan Sergeyevich Sato Japan Field Motorsport 5 11 241 59
2020 Japan Sergeyevich Sato Japan Field Motorsport 6 10 225 27.5


  • Result of each driver's worst three races(80%) weekend will be dropped.[3]

Circuits

Number Countries, Circuits Years
1 Japan Okayama International Circuit 2015-2019
2 Japan Fuji Speedway 2015-2021
3 Japan Suzuka International Racing Course 2015-2020
4 Japan Sportsland Sugo 2015-2019, 2021
5 Japan Autopolis 2015, 2017-2019
6 Japan Twin Ring Motegi 2015-2021

References

  1. ^ a b c "F4 JAPANESE CHAMPIONSHIP selects Dunlop Tire as its official designated tire". Super GT. GT–Association. 16 December 2014. Retrieved 15 February 2015.
  2. ^ "FIA reveals Formula 4 plan". Autosport. Retrieved 15 February 2015.
  3. ^ "新たなフォーミュラシリーズ「FIA-F4」 を 2015 年から開催" [New Formula series "FIA-F4" from 2015] (PDF). F4 Japanese Championship (in Japanese). GT-Association. 29 August 2014. Archived from the original (PDF) on 21 February 2015. Retrieved 3 March 2015.

External links

This page was last edited on 12 May 2021, at 09:40
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