Less than a second separated the top twenty-one drivers on Tuesday as the final pre-season test of 2018 got underway in Italy.
German teenager Sophia Floersch is evaluating her next step of her career as she tests this week in Formula 3 machinery.
In a highly entertaining race, Artem Petrov took his maiden win, while Juri Vips won the three way battle for the title with a third place.
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.
With a stall from polesitter Kami Laliberte, Marcus Armstrong broke away with Jonathan Aberdein to win his second ADAC F4 race.
ADAC have handed Sophia Floersch a hefty fine for sharing an onboard video of her almost hitting an SUV that was on track.
Marcus Armstrong would come out on top during Vallelunga leaving as joint series leader, while Rodriguez and Drugovich took a win apiece.
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British driver Olli Caldwell has announced that ahead of his British F4 debut this weekend, he’ll also race in the German and Italian counterparts.
Felipe Drugovich and Van Amersfoort Racing will line up on pole position for the first race of the ADAC Formula 4 championship at Oschersleben.
As the ADAC Formula 4 championship prepares for its third season launch, TCF looks at the new and old faces entering the series.
German prodigy Sophia Floersch will continue in the ADAC Formula 4 championship, though has joined the reformed BWT Mucke Motorsport team.
After winning the final race of the weekend, Mick Schumacher looks to be able to replicate his success as he attempts to catch leader, Joey Mawson.
Another lights to flag victory saw Joey Mawson extend his championship lead with the van Amersfoort Racing squad after a breif red flag.