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F4 British ChampionshipSeason Review
In a year where he was almost peerless, Jamie Caroline wrapped up the F4 British Championship by 65.5 points over the chasing Piastri.
From pole position, it was an unchallenged win for Alex Quinn as Ericsson fights through for overall podium and Challenge Cup Title.
Logan Sargeant will start the opening race of the final meeting at Brands Hatch GP on pole position while Caroline lines up fourth.
2017 BRDC British F3 champion Enaam Ahmed would walk away with his thirteenth win of the year in the season finale.
Toby Sowery has decided to skip the final BRDC F3 round to race in China, allowing Alex Quinn to make his debut with the Lanan team.
Alex Quinn took the lead off the start and maintained the gap to record his third win of the year around the Silverstone circuit.
It would be Linus Lundqvist as the man to beat after a wet and dry Friday, though Oscar Piastri outperformed him in practice two.
Carlin driver Logan Sargeant took his first win of the season in the final Rockingham race after seven previous podiums.
Steller Motorsport has announced a youthful line-up for the 2018 British GT championship.
Jamie Caroline crashed going into the first corner, but recovered enough to clinch the F4 title, as Lundqvist won the race.
Fortec Motorsport’s Ben Hingeley was untouchable throughout the qualifying session at Donington Park taking pole from Ahmed.
Championship chaser Oscar Piastri took pole position in the morning qualifying at Silverstone, with rival Caroline down in sixth.
Alex Quinn took his second British F4 win after a move in the final laps allowed him to break away with his rivals otherwise occupied.