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Johnathan Hoggard

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Johnathan Hoggard
NationalityUnited Kingdom British
Born (2000-11-15) 15 November 2000 (age 20)
Spalding, United Kingdom
Porsche Carrera Cup career
Debut season2020
Current teamTeam StarChase
Car number99
Fastest laps0
Previous series
British Formula 3 Championship
British Formula 4 Championship

Johnathan Hoggard (born 15 November 2000) is a British racing driver from Spalding in the United Kingdom.



Hoggard started karting in the UK when he was 13 years old. He competed in series such as and Senior Rotax Karting Winter Series Valencia, Hoggard won his first karting championship in 2016 in Belgium with the Max Challenge Senior Rotax and BNL Senior Rotax Kick-Off. In the same year he became MSA British Junior Karting Champion.[1]

British F4

Due to a successful karting campaign in 2016, Fortec Motorsport signed Hoggard up to race for them halfway through the 2017 British F4 season[2] Hoggard scored his first points in the 3rd race at Snetterton where he finished tenth. At the penultimate round of the season in race three at Silverstone Hoggard finished 3rd, securing his first single seater podium of his career.[3] In 2018 Fortec signed Hoggard for a full season where he won 8 races and finished on the podium a further 2 times. Hoggard finished the season on 339 points and in 3rd position behind Kiern Jewiss and Ayrton Simmons who finished first and second respectively.[4]

British F3

Following his performance in the British F4 series, Hoggard was again signed up by Fortec to race for them in British F3 championship in 2019. In the second race of the final round of the season himself and championship rival Clément Novalak collided meaning they both finished at the bottom end of the points. Hoggard finished 15th whereas Novalak finished 12th which gave Novalak 4 points, despite Hoggard winning the last race he still fell short of the title. He finished the season 23 points behind Novalak with 482 and 7 wins, more than anyone on the grid.[5]

Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver

Hoggard was nominated for the Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver in early November 2019 along with Enaam Ahmed, Jamie Chadwick and Ayrton Simmons. Hoggard won the award and with it a drive at the 2020 24 Hours of Daytona with Precision Performance Motorsports along with a cash prize of £200,000.[6]

Formula Renault

Hoggard was announced to drive for French outfit R-ace GP in the 2020 Formula Renault Eurocup in round two at Imola, he replaced Indian driver Kush Maini as he was unable to compete due to financial reasons caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.[7] Hoggard retired to the pits in both races but was classified as 18th in the second race.

Racing record

Career summary

Season Series Team Races Wins Poles F/Laps Podiums Points Position
2017 British F4 Championship Fortec Motorsport 12 0 0 0 1 20 16th
2018 British F4 Championship Fortec Motorsport 30 8 6 2 10 339 3rd
2019 BRDC British Formula 3 Championship Fortec Motorsport 24 7 7 9 12 482 2nd
2020 WeatherTech SportsCar Championship GTD Precision Performance Motorsports 1 0 0 0 0 16 15th
Formula Renault Eurocup R-ace GP 2 0 0 0 0 0 22nd

* Season still in progress.


  1. ^ "Johnathan Hoggard | Young Drivers | British Racing Drivers' Club".
  2. ^ ."Ford's young stars all set for Snett | British F4".
  3. ^ "Piastri keeps title race alive with sublime sixth Ford EcoBoost-powered win of season | British F4".
  4. ^ "TEAM NEWS: Hoggard claims third in championship during Brands Hatch finale | British F4".
  5. ^ "British F3 - 2019 results". BRDC British F3 Championship. March 4, 2019.
  6. ^ Kew, Matt. "Hoggard wins Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year".
  7. ^ "Second trip to Italy".

External links

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Tom Gamble
Autosport BRDC Award

Succeeded by
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