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Runaway French F4 champion Hadrien David has been signed to a Renault Formula 1 junior deal for 2020.
With Formula 1 enjoying one of its strongest rookie intake in 2019, Motorsport.com looks at the top 20 junior drivers of 2019 aiming to follow in the footsteps of Alexander Albon, Lando Norris and George Russell.
Amna Al Qubaisi won the F4 race in support of Formula 1 on Saturday in Abu Dhabi, and is hoping the breakthrough performance will be enough to secure a return to race in Europe.
2019 Volant Winfield finalist Nicky Hays was a class act during the Ledenon round of the FIA French F4 Championship, as the young American claimed a commanding victory and an additional podium to launch him up the points order.
Winfield Racing School graduates battled at the front of the FIA French F4 Championship field during round three at Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium on 21-23 June.
The Easter Cups launched the 2019 FIA French F4 Championship from the Nogaro circuit, where drivers flying the Winfield colours enjoyed strong starts to their campaigns, during a weekend where the performance level was particularly high.
Jules Mettetal, winner of the 2019 Volant Winfield held at the prestigious Circuit Paul Ricard, will make his FIA French F4 Championship debut at the Nogaro venue on 20 April.
The Winfield Racing School has announced its programme of events for the Volant Winfield at Paul Ricard next month, with the winning driver earning a fully-paid season in French F4.
We recall Arjun Maini’s breakthrough 2014 season in the BRDC British F4 series, where he nearly beat a Mercedes Formula 1 protege to the elusive title.
Former karting champion Marta Garcia has been dropped by the Renault Sport Academy after just eight months with the French marque.
Ferrari junior Marcus Armstrong has clinched the 2017 Italian Formula 4 title with two races to spare.
The organiser of the Formula 4 South East Asia Championship has apologised “unreservedly” for the error that led to every driver retiring from a Malaysian Grand Prix support race.
Formula 4 driver Sophia Floersch was hit with a 5,000 euro fine for sharing a video of her incident during practice at Oschersleben without permission.