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F4 Spanish Championship

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F4 Spanish Championship
F4 Spanish Championship logo.jpeg
CategoryFIA Formula 4
CountrySpain
Inaugural season2016
ConstructorsTatuus
Engine suppliersAbarth
Tyre suppliersHankook
Drivers' championNetherlands Dilano van't Hoff
Teams' championNetherlands MP Motorsport
Official websiteOfficial website
Motorsport current event.svg
Current season

The F4 Spanish Championship (Spanish: Campeonato de España de Fórmula 4) is an FIA Formula 4 racing series. The championship was planned to launch in 2015, though the inaugural season was cancelled and delayed until 2016.[1] Koiranen GP was the promoter of the championship for the first two seasons.[2] The current promoter is Agrupación Deportiva F4 Spain.[3]

History

Gerhard Berger and the FIA Singleseater Commission launched the FIA Formula 4 in March 2013.[4] 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 Spanish 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 Spanish championship was launched by the RFEDA on 14 November 2014.[5] French race car constructor Mygale was contracted to design and build all the cars.[5] Ultimately the whole idea was abandoned.[1]

With the announcement that Koiranen as the promoter of the championship, the Spanish F4 championship started in 2016. Due to this partnership, the championship made use of Tatuus cars, Abarth turbocharged engines and Hankook tyres, employing the same technical regulations as the SMP F4 Championship, which Koiranen also promoted.[6]

Car

The championship features Tatuus designed and built cars. The cars are constructed out of carbon fibre and feature a monocoque chassis. From 2016 season to 2021, the series used model F4-T014.[6] From the 2022 onwards, the series will use F4 T-021.[7] The engine is a 1.4 turbo Abarth.

Champions

Drivers'

Season Driver Team Poles Wins Podiums Fastest laps Points Clinched Margin
2016 Netherlands Richard Verschoor Netherlands MP Motorsport 9 17 19 16 368 Race 17 of 20 124
2017 Denmark Christian Lundgaard Netherlands MP Motorsport 7 7 17 7 330 Race 17 of 20 64
2018 Belgium Amaury Cordeel Netherlands MP Motorsport 6 3 13 9 208 Race 18 of 18 4
2019 Argentina Franco Colapinto Spain Drivex School 10 11 13 10 325 Race 19 of 21 103
2020 Netherlands Kas Haverkort Netherlands MP Motorsport 12 13 17 9 383 Race 18 of 21 111
2021 Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Netherlands MP Motorsport 13 10 16 6 361 Race 17 of 21 130

Teams'

Season Team Poles Wins Podiums Fastest laps Points Clinched Margin
2016 Netherlands MP Motorsport 10 18 19 30 616 Race 17 of 20 164
2017 Netherlands MP Motorsport 7 7 17 7 619 Race 18 of 20 133
2018 Netherlands MP Motorsport 8 3 27 10 277 Race 17 of 18 20
2019 Spain Drivex School 10 12 16 12 398 Race 21 of 21 30
2020 Netherlands MP Motorsport 18 18 53 20 745 Race 12 of 21 506
2021 Netherlands MP Motorsport 14 11 26 11 581 Race 18 of 21 163

Female Driver Trophy

Season Driver Team Poles Wins Podiums Fastest laps Points Clinched Margin
2017 Spain Marta García  Netherlands MP Motorsport 0 0 0 0 70 Race 17 of 20 N/A
2019 Spain Belén García Spain Global Racing Service 0 1 1 0 36 Race 21 of 21 1
2020 Switzerland Léna Bühler Spain Drivex School 0 0 0 0 23 Race 19 of 21 N/A

Rookies'

Season Driver Team Poles Wins Podiums Fastest laps Points Clinched Margin
2018 Belgium Amaury Cordeel Netherlands MP Motorsport 6 3 13 9 208 Race 11 of 18 117
2019 Argentina Franco Colapinto Spain Drivex School 10 11 13 10 325 Race 19 of 21 103
2020 Netherlands Kas Haverkort Netherlands MP Motorsport 12 13 17 9 383 Race 18 of 21 111
2021 Netherlands Dilano van't Hoff Netherlands MP Motorsport 13 13 17 6 359 Race 16 of 21 133

Galfer Trophy

Season Driver Team Poles
2018 Belgium Amaury Cordeel Netherlands MP Motorsport 6

Drivers graduated to F2

  • Bold denotes an active Formula 2 driver.
  • Gold background denotes F4 Spanish champion.
Driver F4 Spanish FIA Formula 2
Seasons Races Wins Podiums Seasons First team Races Wins Podiums
Denmark Christian Lundgaard 2017 20 7 17 20192021 Trident 29 2 7
Netherlands Richard Verschoor 2016 20 17 19 2021 MP Motorsport 9 0 0
Netherlands Bent Viscaal 2017 19 5 3 2021 Trident 9 0 0

Circuits

Number Countries, Circuits Years
1 Spain Circuito de Navarra 2016-2021
2 Spain Ciudad del Motor de Aragón 2016-2021
3 Portugal Algarve International Circuit 2016, 2018-2019, 2021
4 Spain Circuit Ricardo Tormo 2016, 2018-2021
5 Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 2016-2021
6 Spain Circuito del Jarama 2016, 2020
7 Spain Circuito de Jerez 2016-2021
8 France Circuit Paul Armagnac 2017
9 Portugal Autódromo do Estoril 2017
10 France Circuit Paul Ricard 2019-2020
11 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps 2021

References

  1. ^ a b "LA F4 SPANISH CHAMPIONSHIP NO SIGUE ADELANTE". Circuito de Navarra (in Spanish). 18 February 2015.
  2. ^ Jackson, Connor (30 September 2015). "KOIRANEN GP ANNOUNCED AS PROMOTERS OF NEW SPANISH F4 CHAMPIONSHIP". The Checkered Flag. Retrieved 30 September 2015.
  3. ^ "Legal Notice". F4 Spain - Official Website. Retrieved 12 July 2021.
  4. ^ "FIA reveals Formula 4 plan". Autosport. Retrieved 13 January 2014.
  5. ^ a b Allen, Peter (14 November 2014). "Spanish F4 Championship launched". Paddock Scout. Retrieved 14 November 2014.
  6. ^ a b "2016 Spanish F4 Championship Guidelines" (PDF). F4 Spain. 10 January 2016. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-02-21. Retrieved 10 January 2016.
  7. ^ "The Spanish Formula 4 Championship will run with the new TATUUS F4 T-021 in 2022". F4 Spanish Championship. 20 July 2021. Archived from the original on 20 July 2021.

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