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Formula 4 United States Championship

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Formula 4 United States Championship
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CategoryFIA Formula 4
CountryUnited States
Canada
RegionNorth America
Inaugural season2016
ConstructorsOnroak Automotive
Engine suppliersHonda
Tyre suppliersHankook
Drivers' championUnited States Hunter Yeany
Teams' championUnited States Crosslink Racing with Kiwi Motorsport
Official websitehttps://www.f4uschampionship.com
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Current season

The Formula 4 United States Championship is an auto racing series that is held under FIA Formula 4 regulations. The championship is sanctioned by SCCA Pro Racing, the professional racing division of the Sports Car Club of America, in conjunction with the Automobile Competition Committee for the United States, the United States representative to the FIA.[1] It is a spec series, with all competitors using the same chassis and engine.

The championship is designed to support North American drivers entering international open-wheel racing, by using the same regulations used by other series globally, rather than compete with existing INDYCAR Road to Indy ladder, with the drivers earning points towards an FIA Superlicence. It serves as an initial step into car racing for drivers graduating from karting.[2]

Championship format

Each event of the championship consists of three races, which are run on the support package of other motorsport events in the United States and starting in 2017, Canada. The inaugural season consisted of five events, and expanded to additional rounds in the following seasons.[2] Initially only run at race tracks on the East Coast of the United States, the championship will expand to separate East and West Coast series in the future with Canadian rounds in association with United States-based series.[2]

The chassis is provided by Onroak Automotive, with a 2000cc Honda K20 detuned to 160hp and supplied by Honda Performance Development, which both meet the FIA price caps for Formula 4.[1] The tyres were by provided by Pirelli until 2018 season and by Hankook since 2019, and are similarly price capped. The total cost for a driver to compete in a full season of the 2016 championship is estimated at $115,000.[1][3]

Champions

Drivers

Season Champion Team Races Poles Wins Podiums Fastest lap Points Margins
2016 United States Cameron Das United States JDX Racing 15 4 9 9 9 281 57
2017 United States Kyle Kirkwood United States Cape Motorsports 20 4 9 15 10 345 183
2018 United States Dakota Dickerson United States DC Autosport with Cape Motorsports 17 1 6 15 5 299 79
2019 Australia Joshua Car United States Crosslink Racing with Kiwi Motorsport 17 2 4 11 4 269 61
2020 United States Hunter Yeany United States Velocity Racing Development 16 1 8 15 6 285 57

Teams

Season Team Drivers Poles Wins Podiums Fastest lap Points Margins
2016 United States JDX Racing 3 4 9 10 9 353 11
2017 United States Cape Motorsports 4 4 9 15 10 433 165
2018 United States Crosslink Racing with Kiwi Motorsport 6 3 5 13 3 407 44
2019 United States Crosslink Racing with Kiwi Motorsport 6 5 9 25 11 537 195
2020 United States Crosslink Racing with Kiwi Motorsport 7 4 9 26 9 557 123

Circuits

Number Countries, Circuits Years
1 United States Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course 2016-2021
2 United States New Jersey Motorsports Park 2016, 2018
3 United States Road Atlanta 2016, 2018-2019, 2021
4 United States Homestead-Miami Speedway 2016-2017, 2020
5 United States Indianapolis Motor Speedway 2017
6 Canada Canadian Tire Motorsport Park 2017
7 United States Virginia International Raceway 2017-2021
8 United States Circuit of the Americas 2017-2021
9 United States Pittsburgh International Race Complex 2018-2019
10 United States Sebring International Raceway 2019-2020
11 United States Barber Motorsports Park 2020
12 United States Brainerd International Raceway 2021

References

  1. ^ a b c DiZinno, Tony (17 September 2015). "FIA Formula 4 revealed for North America". NBC Sports. NBC-Universal. Retrieved 9 January 2016.
  2. ^ a b c Watkins, Gary (17 September 2015). "United States Formula 4 Championship launched for 2016". Autosport.com. Haymarket Media. Retrieved 9 January 2016.
  3. ^ "Hankook Tire America Named New Official Tire of F4 U.S. Championship". F4 U.S. Championships. 30 October 2018.

External links

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