THE GREATEST SPECTACLE IN RACING HOSTS F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP IN THE HONDA FAN ZONE
INDIANAPOLIS (May 23, 2017) – For the second consecutive year, the Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda car will be on display at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway during Indianapolis 500 weekend.
Starting on Carb Day, the freshly wrapped, red, black and metallic blue No. 14 Jay Howard Motorsports Driver Development F4 U.S. Championship car will be on exhibit in the Honda Fan Zone, located in the Fan Midway inside IMS.
Continue reading THE GREATEST THE GREATEST SPECTACLE IN RACING HOSTS F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP IN THE HONDA FAN ZONESPECTACLE IN RACING HOSTS F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP IN THE HONDA FAN ZONE
INAUGURAL F4 U.S. TEAM CHAMPION JDX RACING CONTENDS ITS TITLE AS POINTS LEADER
Ten F4 U.S. teams score championship points at Homestead-Miami Speedway
INDIANAPOLIS (May 2, 2017)- JDX Racing continued its winning ways during the Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda season opener at Homestead-Miami Speedway April 8-9. Two wins and a second-place finish from Timo Reger of Houston, and two top-10 finishes from Ben Waddell of Denver, jolted the 2016 points champion team to a comfortable 42-point lead over first-year team Indy Motorsport Group. Continue reading INAUGURAL F4 U.S. TEAM CHAMPION JDX RACING CONTENDS ITS TITLE AS POINTS LEADER
INAUGURAL F4 U.S. CHAMPION CAMERON DAS SCORES FIRST WIN ABROAD IN FORMULA 3
Das captures second-place in points battle after successful weekend
INDIANAPOLIS (May 1, 2017)- Inaugural Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda champion Cameron Das of Baltimore celebrated his first victory abroad in the second BRDC British Formula 3 Championship event at Rockingham Motor Speedway in Corby, England, April 28-30.
“It feels really good to get my first win of the season,” said Das. “I knew that we had a strong car but I didn’t expect to get a win quite this soon in the season. I’ve managed to get in to the groove quickly and equally our preparation has been really good so I’m extremely pleased to be on the pace from the beginning of the year.” Continue reading INAUGURAL F4 U.S. CHAMPION CAMERON DAS SCORES FIRST WIN ABROAD IN FORMULA 3
Das emerges in top three during season opener pre-race practice rounds
INDIANAPOLIS (April 14, 2017)- Inaugural Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda winner Cameron Das of Baltimore looks ahead this weekend to his next big challenge as the opening round of the 2017 BRDC British Formula 3 Championship beckons at Oulton Park in Cheshire, England April 15-17. Continue reading Das emerges in top three during season opener pre-race practice rounds
AN EVENTFUL SUNDAY FOR F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP WRAPS-UP SEASON DEBUT
Timo Reger and Raphael Forcier take home wins
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA (April 10, 2017) – Raphael Forcier of Montreal claimed the second race of the weekend, while Timo Reger of Houston, Texas, scored his second victory as the season debut of the Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda concluded Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Reger, who was announced to the F4 U.S. roster by JDX Racing two weeks ago, had a big day, winning Race 3 after finishing second earlier in the afternoon in Race 2. Continue reading AN EVENTFUL SUNDAY FOR F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP WRAPS-UP SEASON DEBUT
CAMERON DAS LEAVES HIS MARK ON THE F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP
The inaugural season champion to have award named in his honor
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA (April 8, 2017) – With nine victories, 14 fast lap times and 11 pole positions seized, Cameron Das of Baltimore reigned over the inaugural season of the Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda.
To memorialize his historic achievements, SCCA Pro Racing will present the Cameron Das Fast Qualifier Award presented by Pro-Sim to the F4 U.S. Championship competitor who captures pole position during each qualifying round. Five-hundred dollars per event will be on the line for the 33 drivers fighting for that first grid spot. Continue reading CAMERON DAS LEAVES HIS MARK ON THE F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP
LAST MINUTE ENTRIES INCREASE F4 U.S. GRID TO MORE THAN 30 CARS
Benjamin Pedersen and Konrad Czaczyk return to lineup. John Paul Southern Jr. enters as rookie.
INDIANAPOLIS (April 43, 2017) – Last minute entries for the Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda continue to intensify the competition, increasing the grid to 32 entries for the season debut at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, Florida, April 8-9.
Returning to the F4 U.S. lineup is second-year driver Benjamin Pederson of Copenhagen, Denmark, with Global Racing Group and competing for a partial season under Group-A Racing is inaugural season first runner-up Konrad Czaczyk of Loxahatchee, Florida. John Paul Southern Jr. of Westlake, Ohio, was also confirmed by Jay Howard’s Motorsport Driver Development as its fourth driver. Continue reading LAST MINUTE ENTRIES INCREASE F4 U.S. GRID TO MORE THAN 30 CARS
THE F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP CONTINUES TO ATTRACT DRIVERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
New Zealand’s Brendon Leitch entry adds more diversity to the grid
INDIANAPOLIS (March 30, 2017) –The United States joined the world last season when the Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda debuted as the 12th F4 Championship supported by the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA).
As Formula 4 racing in the United States enters its second season, it is the world that is starting to join the F4 United States Championship. Thirty competitors from around the globe are slated for the F4 U.S. season opener at Homestead-Miami Speedway April 8-9. From New Zealand to Jamaica, eight countries on five continents will be represented in the North American-based championship lineup. Continue reading THE F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP CONTINUES TO ATTRACT DRIVERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
F4 U.S. INAUGURAL CHAMPS RETURN TO LINEUP WITH SEASONED F4 VET
Blake Mount signs with JDX Racing for a second season
INDIANAPOLIS (March 28, 2017) – JDX Racing and Mount Motorsports confirmed that second-year Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda driver Blake Mount of Denver, Colorado, will return to the series in an all-out assault after spending the off-season working with a specialized trainer and nutritionist to improve his on-track stamina.
Mount fills the first of three seats for the inaugural season championship team, sporting the yellow and navy colors of Expedia in the No. 7 Crawford F4-16 chassis.
“We are excited to have Blake back after a successful rookie season,” said JDX Racing team owner Jeremy Dale. “Blake’s off-season work will pay dividends in the highly completive F4 U.S. Championship. We are honored to be competing for a second year and we are confident Blake will give our team plenty of time at the front of the field.” Continue reading F4 U.S. INAUGURAL CHAMPS RETURN TO LINEUP WITH SEASONED F4 VET
INDYCAR CONNECTION RUNS DEEP IN NEW F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM
Abel Motorsports enters a two-car team for 2017 campaign
INDIANAPOLIS (March 23, 2017) –Abel Motorsports confirmed it will make a campaign for the 2017 Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda with two F4 newcomers Jacob Abel of Louisville, Kentucky, and John Andrew Entwistle of Katonah, New York.
The newest F4 U.S. crew was built from a combination of a second-generation friendship and IndyCar Rookie of the Year Scott Harrington’s Indy Racing League team. Harrington is the childhood friend of Abel Motorsports’ team principal Bill Abel. The Big Three American Motorsport competitor will serve as the team’s driving coach. Parts of Harrington’s former IndyCar crew also made the jump to the formula franchise. Mark Gibbs functions as the team manager and Larry Nash serves as chief engineer. Continue reading INDYCAR CONNECTION RUNS DEEP IN NEW F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM
INDYCAR DRIVER JAY HOWARD ENTERS YOUNGEST TEAM IN F4 U.S PADDOCK
Howard to use 101st running of Indianapolis 500 as learning tool for F4 U.S. team
INDIANAPOLIS (March 15, 2017) – The Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda is a youth-focused, cost-contained series serving as a building block to open-wheel racing for competitors transitioning from karts to cars. Veteran IndyCar driver and Motorsports Driver Development lead principal Jay Howard is encompassing the series mantra with full-force, entering the overall youngest team in F4 U.S.
Howard confirmed his three-car lineup with two of the three entered coming straight from his karting program. Sam Paley, 14, of Cincinnati, Ohio, Max Peichel, 15, of Edina, Minnesota, and Parker Locke, 15, of San Antonio, Texas, round out the grid for the Indianapolis-based team. Continue reading INDYCAR DRIVER JAY HOWARD ENTERS YOUNGEST TEAM IN F4 U.S PADDOCK
F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP RECIEVES ITS 20TH ENTRY FOR 2017
Global Racing Group signs Justin Sirgany as its second driver
INDIANAPOLIS (March 9, 2017) – The 2017 Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda line-up continues to flourish with its 20th entry coming from Justin Sirgany. The 14-year-old Jamaican filled the second seat for Global Racing Group. The team announced Jacob Loomis of Corinth, Texas, as its first confirmed driver in February.
The second season of the F4 U.S. Championship has seen significant growth over its inaugural year. Sirgany marks the 13th rookie entry as SCCA Pro Racing officials expect 30 or more cars for the season opener at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, Florida, April 8-9. Continue reading F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP RECIEVES ITS 20TH ENTRY FOR 2017
SEASON TWO OF “F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP TODAY” CONFIRMED FOR 2017
First footage captured during series test in NOLA
INDIANAPOLIS (March 7, 2017) – Just two months after the season one finale of “F4 U.S. Championship Today” premiered, several national and international networks have picked-up season two of the seven-episode show that follows the Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda series.
“Carolina Production Group couldn’t be more pleased to get the second season of the F4 U.S. Championship underway. Filming has already started with the first official series test at NOLA Motorsports Park,” said Carolina Production Group’s award-winning motorsports broadcaster and host of “F4 U.S. Championship Today” Rick Benjamin “We’ll be covering all the action for the season two premiere of “F4 US Championship Today”. We know that with the quality of both returning and new race teams, along with a terrific group of young drivers and veterans, the racing will be even tougher! I’m looking forward to hosting the second season of our show and showcasing this important new racing series.”
The full second season will air on national cable and broadcast networks like MAV TV, Rev’N TV, The Action Channel, Tuff TV Network, Altitude Sports and Untamed Sports TV. It will air regionally in Los Angeles on FOTV USA and in Wisconsin on WIFS TV57.
“F4 U.S. Championship Today” will also makes its international television debut in 2017 airing in the Caribbean Islands and Canada on Caribvision.
The networks are available on DirecTV, Dish Network and AT&T U-verse, making the program accessible to millions of households across the United States.
Additional networks, airdates and times for season two will be added at a later date.
The first season of “F4 U.S Championship” gained an estimated 1.7 million viewers per episode.
Season one reruns can be watched Thursdays at 1 p.m. ET on MAV TV or on F4USChampionship.com.
F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP FIRST TEST BRINGS NEW DRIVERS TO THE LINE-UP
Lucas Oil School of Racing Formula Race Series champion to compete in F4 U.S.
AVONDALE, Louisiana (Mar. 3, 2017) – The second season of the Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda kicked-off in The Big Easy during Mardi Gras weekend at NOLA Motorsports Park in Avondale, Louisiana, Feb. 25-26 for the first of two official series tests. Eighteen drivers on six teams, eleven of whom were series rookies, participated in the SCCA Pro Racing sanctioned event.
“It was really encouraging to see the turn-out for the NOLA test,” said SCCA Pro Racing Vice President Steve Oseth. “There were a lot of new drivers who got valuable seat-time before the season starts at Homestead-Miami Speedway April 8-9. With returning veterans and talented rookies, this season will be extremely competitive.” Continue reading F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP FIRST TEST BRINGS NEW DRIVERS TO THE LINE-UP
MOMENTUM MOTORSPORTS SIGNS SKYLAR ROBINSON
Top-five F4 U.S. Championship inaugural season driver returns for a title
INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 23, 2017) – Full-season entries continue to roll-in for the 2017 season of the Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda. Skylar Robinson of Augusta, Georgia, confirmed that he will return to F4 U.S. for his chance to capture the championship title with Momentum Motorsports. Continue reading MOMENTUM MOTORSPORTS SIGNS SKYLAR ROBINSON
INDY MOTORSPORT GROUP CONFIRMS FOUR-CAR TEAM
Davis Durrett, Raphael Forcier, Chris Archinaco and Vincent Khristov to Expand F4 U.S. Grid
INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 22, 2017) – The Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda continues to attract new teams and drivers for its second season. Indy Motorsport Group (IMG), a new Indianapolis-based multi-car race team formed by Indianapolis 500 winning team-owner Steve Newey and Dean Durrett of Durrett Racing Group, confirmed its four-car line-up. Continue reading INDY MOTORSPORT GROUP CONFIRMS FOUR-CAR TEAM
SCCA CLUB RACER JACOB LOOMIS STEPS-UP TO F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP
Global Racing Group confirms its first 2017 F4 U.S. rookie entry
INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 15, 2016) –The off-season momentum continues for the Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda as it gains Sports Car Club of America Club Racing pilot Jacob Loomis of Corinth, Texas. Global Racing Group confirmed Loomis as its first of four drivers for the 2017 F4 U.S. Championship. Continue reading SCCA CLUB RACER JACOB LOOMIS STEPS-UP TO F4 U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP
DE LA VARA CELEBRATES VICTORIES IN OFF-SEASON
F4 U.S Championship driver competes in F4 NACAM
INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 3, 2016) – For Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda competitor Moises de la Vara of Guadalajara, the off-season has been busy. Before the inaugural F4 U.S. season concluded, de la Vara suited-up for his second competition season in the FIA Mexican F4 Championship, F4 NACAM, making him the first North American competitor to ever compete in two FIA F4 championships simultaneously. Continue reading DE LA VARA CELEBRATES VICTORIES IN OFF-SEASON F4 U.S Championship driver competes in F4 NACAM
F4 U.S. PARTNERS WITH AN INDUSTRY LEADER
JRi Shocks to Present Cash Prize to Event Hard Charger
INDIANAPOLIS (Jan. 3, 2016) – Competitors in the 2017 Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda will have the opportunity to increase their total cash prize earnings by $3,000 during the six-event 2017 season with the new JRi Shocks Hard Charger Award.
The F4 U.S. Championship competitor who passes the most cars during the three-race event weekend will now earn a $500 cash prize from industry leader JRi Shocks. One competitor during each event will be recognized in victory circle at the end of the weekend’s final race. Continue reading F4 U.S. PARTNERS WITH AN INDUSTRY LEADER
2017 F4 UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE RELEASED AT PRI
SCCA Pro Racing adds COTA, IMS, Mosport and VIR to 2017 schedule
INDIANAPOLIS (Dec. 9, 2016) – The Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda has expanded its 2017 season from five events to six, visiting some of the most prestigious open-wheel tracks in North America with stops at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Circuit of the Americas in Texas. Continue reading 2017 F4 UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE RELEASED AT PRI