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F4 Championship powered by Abarth gets underway

F4 Championship powered by Abarth: the Italian and German F4 Championships powered by Abarth are underway

The Formula 4 championships powered by Abarth resume at the same time, reserved for Tatuus single-seaters with 160 HP Abarth T-Jet engine. This weekend, from Friday 31 July to Sunday 2 August, the opening races of the 7th edition of the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth on the Italian circuit of Misano Adriatico and of the 6th edition of the ADAC F4 Championship powered will take place by Abarth on the Lausitzring, in Germany.

Formula 4 is the first step in the world of “formula”, single-seater with uncovered wheels, a real school to train young karting talents who aspire to achieve professionalism and Formula 1. In the F4 championships they took their first steps drivers who today participate in the Formula 1 Championship such as the Canadian Lance Stroll, and many other young people such as Mick Schumacher, Ralf Aron, Marco Siebert, Dennis Hauger, Marcus Armstrong and other drivers today protagonists in the higher categories. Formula 4 proves to be the category preferred by the children and grandchildren of past champions. In recent years it was Mick Schumacher himself, his cousin David (Ralf’s son), Enzo Fittipaldi (Emerson’s grandson), Colombian Sebastian Montoya, son of Formula 1 driver Juan Pablo, is making his debut this year.

Abarth has been the exclusive supplier of engines that have driven Formula 4 cars since 2014, in keeping with the tradition that dates back to the time of Carlo Abarth to make racing accessible.

The excellent performance of the 160 HP T-Jet engine and the extremely low weight of the single-seaters allow a very interesting power-to-weight ratio that allows the young drivers of these competitive single-seaters to gain experience and demonstrate their talent to access the upper categories.

The Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth is divided into 7 events of 3 races each: after the Misano Adriatico race, from 28 to 30 August we run in Imola, from 11 to 13 September in Austria on the Red Bull Ring circuit, from 2 to 4 October in Mugello, from 16 to 18 October in Monza, from 20 to 22 November again in Imola and, from 4 to 6 December in Vallelunga.

Seven appointments also for the ADAC F4 Championsh powered by Abarth. After the Lausitzring race, from 14th to 16th August we run to the Nurburgring, from 18th to 20th September in Hockenheim, from 24th to 27th September again to the Nurburgring, from 16th to 18th October in Austria on the Red Bull Ring, from 30th October to 1st November in Holland in Zandvoort and from 6 to 8 November in Oschersleben.

The program of the first Italian weekend includes two rounds of official qualifying practice on Friday 31 July at 18.50 and 19.15; Saturday at 2.30 pm the first race; the other two on Sunday, at 9.50 and 18.00. Live streaming on the acisport.it website .

In Germany, at Lausitzring, the two qualifying practice sessions are at 11.10 and 11.30 on Saturday 1st August; on the same day, at 2.45 pm the first race is held; Sunday 2 August the other two heats at 11.15 and 15.30. Live streaming on the adac-motorsport.de website .

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