With the new year comes a new program for Canadian driver Ryan MacDermid, who has inked a deal with Alliance Racing Sponsored by Gas Monkey Energy to compete in the 2019 F4 United States Championship Powered by Honda.
In an effort to give back and help fight children’s leukemia, New York resident Dylan Tavella launched his Ride With Dylan initiative last week. Taking advantage of the F4 United States Championship Powered by Honda event at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, the Miller Vinatieri Motorsports driver successfully promoted his campaign and claimed three top-twenty results, completing every race lap and gained experience along the way.
Jay Howard Driver Development has two entries for the season opening F2000 Championship Series race at Road Atlanta, with Arias Deukmedjian in the No. 07 and Hayden Bowlsbey in the No. 3.
Momentum Motorsports, a leading team in the F4 United States Championship Powered by Honda, is pleased to announce an association with DRT Racing, a top-level karting program, in the formation of their much-anticipated Karts to Cars effort.
r. With both former karters having a successful couple of days of testing, the duo is excited about the fast approaching F4 United States Championship Powered by Honda season. With a few more test days on the schedule, the first event of the 2018 season will take place at the Virginia International Raceway (VIR) in April.
The 2017-18 FIA Formula 4 South East Asia Championship (F4 SEA) – fuelled by Petron, witnessed Eshan Pieris’ first ever win for Sri Lanka at the Sepang International Circuit as the contingent supported the Asian Le Man Endurance Series.
DORAN MOTORSPORTS GROUP BECOMES THE FIRST OFFICIAL SOUTHERN CALIFORNIAN BASED F4 UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP POWERED BY HONDA TEAM
Veteran karting team owner Francois Doran will be taking his Doran Motorsports Group (DMG) team to the next level for 2018 by stepping into open wheel racing. The 38-year-old Canadian and his newly formed team plan on building the best possible West Coast program targeting the karting audience that look to take the next step in their motorsports career.
Japanese karting champion Hibiki Taira won podiums in his first formula car race when he contested the fourth event of the 2017-18 Formula 4 South East Asia Championship – certified by FIA. The six-race F4 SEA event – fueled by Petron – was held in conjunction with the Asian Le Mans ‘4 Hour of Sepang,’ last weekend.
Confirmed late last week, multi-time F4 United States Championship Powered by Honda race winning program Momentum Motorsports will hold an open test for a pair of drivers looking to compete in the 2018 season. With the on track action set to take place February 26 to March 1 at the MSR Houston facility in Angleton, Texas, Momentum Motorsports is offering two drivers to compete in one of the F4 machines for a day and a half each.
The Formula 4 South East Asia Championship (F4 SEA) – fueled by Petron is looking forward to a spectacular weekend filled with wheel-to-wheel racing action at the world class arena of speed – Sepang International Circuit.
With its calendar of seven meetings including three races each, the French F4 FIA Championship will visit the biggest French and European circuits in 2018.
The Formula 4 South East Asia 2017-18 Championship -fueled by Petron - supported the Asian Le Mans ‘12 Hours of Buriram’ event with a 100,000-strong grandstand on Thailand’s Children’s day.
The final day at the Buriram United International Circuit saw the Formula 4 South East Asia contingent - fuelled by Petron - compete for victory in their third event. The thousands strong crowd finally arrived for Children’s Day just in time to catch the last two races where Kuala Lumpur-native Nazim Azman clinched the race victory.