BRDC Formula 4

Positive Response To New BRDC F4 Championship

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MSV has received an encouraging response to their announcement of the BRDC Formula 4 Championship for 2013, with a large number of enquiries for the new championship.

Serious interest for more than 40 cars has already been received from both established teams, many of whom already run in junior championships including Formula Renault BARC, Intersteps and Formula Ford, and privateers.

“We have had a fantastic response from teams, drivers and fathers to the launch of the BRDC F4 Championship,” said MSV Chief Executive Jonathan Palmer. “Already we have serious expressions of interest for twice as many cars as we can produce, so it looks very likely that our 2013 grid of 20 cars is going to be oversubscribed.  We have repeatedly heard that the BRDC F4 Championship is exactly what teams, drivers and fathers have been looking for. It is all very exciting and clearly going to be a major success.”

Orders are open for the new cars, with deliveries to commence from the end of January 2013.

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