Lirim Zendeli recorded his second win of the year, as the championship lead swung once again with Drugovich’s retirement.
2017 ADAC Formula 4 Championship
Brazilian racer Felipe Drugovich won the opening race at Hockenheim, taking the championship lead as the Prema’s failed to make progress.
Mucke Motorsport and Lirim Zendeli will start at the front for only the second time this season. He starts ahead of Drugovich as Prema’s struggle.
The US Racing team has been disqualified from the Lausitzring results back in May after losing an appeal with the DMSB
Brazilian star Felipe Drugovich reduced his gap to the championship leaders after leading a Van Amersfoort Racing 1-2-3.
The US Racing driver Fabio Scherer claimed his first win of 2017 in a safety car filled ADAC F4 race at the Sachsenring.
Julian Hanses held on to take the win in a shortened opening race at the Sachsenring after an early red flag held up proceedings.
Julian Hanses secured his second pole position of the season, with Armstrong on pole for race two as Juri Vips pulled off at the halfway stage.
Prema Powerteam took a 1-3-4 to conclude a strong weekend for the Italian team at the Nurburgring, as Armstrong took a victory.
A red flag caused by a car failure from Cedric Piro saw Felipe Drugovich claim the win in race two having completed just seven laps.
Lirim Zendeli would lead the race from start to finish after a temporary red flag was waved due to a first lap crash involving Nicklas Nielsen.
Lirim Zendeli will take pole position for the opening race of the Nurburgring weekend, with Felipe Drugovich on pole for race two.
Van Amersfoort Racing’s Frederik Vesti claimed his first win in the third race at Oschersleben, ending the weekend on a high note.
A strong race from Felipe Drugovich saw the Brazilian lead from lights to flag in order to reclaim the championship lead.
With a stall from polesitter Kami Laliberte, Marcus Armstrong broke away with Jonathan Aberdein to win his second ADAC F4 race.