Zane Maloney, the reigning British F4 champion, will switch to EuroFormula Open in 2020 with the team that took him to the title in 2019, Carlin.
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Enaam Ahmed, Jamie Chadwick, Johnathan Hoggard and Ayrton Simmons will all vie for the 2019 Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award.
Thai racer Sasakorn ‘Cutter’ Chaimongkol has become the first driver to be announced for Hillspeed’s BRDC Formula 4 team with a week until the new season.
Jonathan Palmer discusses the changes to the new BRDC F4 car and how he planned to move the series away from it’s rival MSA Formula.
Thomas Maxwell has been announced as the third driver for SWR ahead of the BRDC Formula 4 test at Snetterton in which Collard topped session one.
After claiming the Formula Jedi title in 2015, eighteen year old Ben Hingeley will make the step up to BRDC Formula 4 where he joins team champions HHC.
Danish driver Jan Jonck, who competed in ADAC F4 has been announced as the second driver for the SWR team in the 2016 BRDC Formula 4 season.
2014 MSV F3 Cup champion and MABA Finalist Toby Sowery has renewed his partnership with Lanan Racing for the 2016 BRDC Formula 4 season.
After finishing runner up in his national F4 series, Australian teenager Thomas Randle will make the step up to BRDC Formula 4 for the upcoming season.
Omani driver Faisal Al Zubair will return to the BRDC Formula 4 Championship for the second year running, as he joins Fortec Motorsports.
American Formula Ford racer Quinlan Lall will make his British racing debut with Chris Dittmann Racing in the 2016 BRDC F4 Championship.