Pasma claims double British F4 pole at Rockingham

by Bethonie Waring

Patrik Pasma claimed a double British Formula 4 pole for the Rockingham round of the championship.

The Arden driver hit the top of the times with his 1:18.742 lap around the international circuit, a lap which put him 0.081s ahead of Red Bull Junior Jack Doohan.

Kiren Jewiss, who had been top of the order before Pasma’s time, was knocked down to third fastest before the end of the session, ahead of Dennis Hauger and Manuel Sulaiman.

The championship leader’s second fastest lap was enough to put him on the front row of the grid for the final race of the weekend, alongside Pasma.

Doohan and Hauger lock out the second row of the grid, in front of Sulaiman and Sebastian Priaulx.

Paavo Tonteri was sixth fastest overall, ahead of Priaulx, Ayrton Simmons, Jonathan Hoggard, and Sebastian Alvarez.

Simmons’ second fastest lap time but him slightly higher on the race three grid. He’ll start the final race of the weekend from seventh, ahead of Tonteri, Hoggard, and Alvarez.

Related articles

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More