BRDC Formula 4

Hyman Confirms F4 Return With HHC

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Raoul Hyman has become the latest driver to announce his entry into the 2014 BRDC Formula 4 Championship, the South African racer returning with HHC Motorsport.

Hyman finished seventh in the 2013 BRDC F4 Championship in his first season in car racing, superbly picking up 23 points finishes in 24 races, carding four podiums.

The 17 year old will be hoping for more of the same next season.

“I am really looking forward to 2014 and April can’t come fast enough,” said Hyman. “My first year in cars was a sharp but exciting learning curve especially as I had to learn the circuits as well. I intend to put that knowledge to good use in 2014, and mount a serious challenge for the championship. I am also pleased to return with HHC, besides running a very professional operation, they’re a great group of people.”

“It’s fantastic to have Raoul back in the team for 2014,” added HHC’s Charlie Kemp. “He did a very good job in his maiden season in single seaters and showed excellent pace throughout the season. With his experience now and with the pace he’s developed he will definitely be in the title hunt for 2014.”


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