Minì signs the last race of the year and Fornaroli wins the rookie title

Minì signs the last race of the year and Fornaroli wins the rookie title Read more

The second race of the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine held at Mugello gave the last emotions of the year with the victory of Gabriele Minì (ART Grand Prix), who thanks to his third success ended the season with the second place in the overall championship standings behind the champion Dino Beganovic (Prema Racing).

Paul Aron wins Race 1 and Dino Beganovic is crowned champion of the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine

Paul Aron wins Race 1 and Dino Beganovic is crowned champion of the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine Read more

The race held at the Mugello Circuit will remain in the history of the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine, as Dino Beganovic is crowned champion of the 2022 season. It was enough for the Swedish driver to finish the race in fourth position to mathematically bring home the title, conquered by the Prema Racing standard bearer with one race still to go. A Prema Racing branded success, already triumphant last weekend in Barcelona, which today saw an unreachable Paul Aron on the highest step of the podium. The Estonian, who this morning also set the pole position record in the series, also overtook Gabriele Minì (ART Grand Prix) in the overall standings, moving into second place behind team-mate Beganovic.

Paul Aron sets Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine pole position record at Mugello

Paul Aron sets Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine pole position record at Mugello Read more

Paul Aron once again was the fastest driver in qualifying in the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine. The Estonian, who celebrated the team title with Prema Racing in Barcelona, put everyone behind setting the best time of 1:42.723 at Mugello. 

Gabriele Minì gains first collective test at Mugello

Gabriele Minì gains first collective test at Mugello Read more

ART Grand Prix’s Gabriele Minì returned to the top of the timesheets to set the pace in the first Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine collective test at Mugello.

FRECA: Gabriel Bortoleto at his best in the second round in Barcelona

FRECA: Gabriel Bortoleto at his best in the second round in Barcelona Read more

Gabriel Bortoleto was the undisputed star of the second Spanish round of the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine, going for a fine victory after taking his first pole position this morning. 

Gabriel Bortoleto gets his first Pole Position in the Formula Regional European Championship By Alpine in Barcelona

Gabriel Bortoleto gets his first Pole Position in the Formula Regional European Championship By Alpine in Barcelona Read more

Gabriel Bortoleto claimed his first pole position in the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine in Barcelona right on the weekend of his birthday. The R-ace GP‘s Brazilian driver set the fastest time of 1m40.532s in the Group B session, only 0.156s ahead of his teammate Hadrien David. The Frenchman finished yesterday’s race with a second place and will start from the second row of the grid in Race 2.

Aron takes his sixth pole of the season in ultra-tight Barcelona qualifying

Aron takes his sixth pole of the season in ultra-tight Barcelona qualifying Read more

Prema Racing’s driver Paul Aron scored the fastest time in the first Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine qualifying at Barcelona, and claimed race one pole position in an extraordinarily close session, which was held with all the cars on the track due to the fog.

FRECA: Victor Bernier tops first collective test at Barcelona

FRECA: Victor Bernier tops first collective test at Barcelona Read more

Victor Bernier (FA Racing) made the best start to his race weekend in Barcelona by setting the fastest time in the first collective test, which officially kicked off the penultimate round of the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine.

FRECA: Paul Aron scores the first pole position of the weekend at Zandvoort

FRECA: Paul Aron scores the first pole position of the weekend at Zandvoort Read more

Prema Racing’s Paul Aron topped the first qualifying session (1m30.970s) for the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine round at Zandvoort, beating the reigning champion Grégoire Saucy last year’s record by three thousandths of seconds.

FRECA: Second win of the season for Gabriele Minì at Paul Ricard

FRECA: Second win of the season for Gabriele Minì at Paul Ricard Read more

Two races and two different winners in the French rounds, with Paul Aron and Gabriele Minì coming out on top in the final race of the weekend. 

Gabriele Minì takes his first win in the Formula Regional by Alpine at Imola

Gabriele Minì takes his first win in the Formula Regional by Alpine at Imola Read more

The Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine weekend in Imola ended with Gabriele Minì’s victory in Race 2. 

Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine ready to take-off at Monza

Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine ready to take-off at Monza Read more

The 2022 season of Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine gets underway at Monza this weekend (23/24 April) with 37 drivers all gunning for glory and 12 different teams.

Formula Regional by Alpine: 40 drivers on track for the official test at Barcelona

Formula Regional by Alpine: 40 drivers on track for the official test at Barcelona Read more

The first of two day test at Barcelona officially kicked off the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine 2022 season. In a mix of wet and dry condition a number of 40 drivers have attended the first session in the morning. Gabriele Minì (ART Grand Prix) set the best time of 1:40.497 in the final stages. Dino Beganovic (Prema Racing) finished second, 0.288 seconds behind the Italian. 

A deserved and important success for Victor Bernier in F4

A deserved and important success for Victor Bernier in F4 Read more

Victor Bernier continues his inexorable progression in the sphere of international motorsport.

ADAC Formula 4: Victor Bernier claims his first win of the season

ADAC Formula 4: Victor Bernier claims his first win of the season Read more

Victor Bernier won Saturday’s ADAC Formula 4 race at the Hockenehimring to claim his first victory of the season. 

ADAC F4: Tim Tramnitz and Nikita Bedrin win the Sunday races in Hockenheim

ADAC F4: Tim Tramnitz and Nikita Bedrin win the Sunday races in Hockenheim Read more

The first wins of the season for US Racing driver Tim Tramnitz (16) and Nikita Bedrin (15, Van Amersfoort Racing) from Russia took centre stage in ADAC Formula 4 on Sunday at the Hockenheimring.

ADAC F4: Oliver Bearman triumphs on Saturday in Hockenheim

ADAC F4: Oliver Bearman triumphs on Saturday in Hockenheim Read more

Oliver Bearman from the Van Amersfoort Racing team won the opening ADAC Formula 4 race at the Hockenheimring.

ADAC Formula 4 - Bearman and Smal win the Sunday races in Zandvoort

ADAC Formula 4 - Bearman and Smal win the Sunday races in Zandvoort Read more

Van Amersfoort driver Oliver Bearman claims a lights-to-flag victory in Sunday’s first race. Kirill Smal wins race three at CM.com Circuit Zandvoort.

Second lights-to-flag win for Bearman in Zandvoort

Second lights-to-flag win for Bearman in Zandvoort Read more

Two races, two victories: Van Amersfoort driver Oliver Bearman wins again in the first of Sunday’s races at CM.com Circuit Zandvoort

ADAC Formula 4 - Bearman wins Saturday’s race in Zandvoort

ADAC Formula 4 - Bearman wins Saturday’s race in Zandvoort Read more

Van Amersfoort driver Oliver Bearman takes a lights-to-flag victory. Sebastian Montoya and Tim Tramnitz complete the podium.

Browning wins eventful third race at the Red Bull Ring, Montoya misses out on victory after penalty for false start

Browning wins eventful third race at the Red Bull Ring, Montoya misses out on victory after penalty for false start Read more

The “young wild ones” lived up to their name in the third and final ADAC Formula 4 race in Austria. In an eventful race with a host of overtaking manoeuvres, retirements and safety car phases, Luke Browning (US Racing) eventually benefitted from a penalty handed to Sebastian Montoya (Prema Powerteam) to claim his first victory in ADAC Formula 4. Montoya was first across the finish line, but ultimately had to settle for seventh place after receiving a time penalty for an early start.

After his successes in Formula 4, Victor Bernier wants to continue his ascent

After his successes in Formula 4, Victor Bernier wants to continue his ascent Read more

World Karting Champion in 2018 and French F4 Junior Champion in 2019, Victor Bernier has just experienced a remarkable season in ADAC F4 with a total of six podiums including two victories. In Germany, the 16 year old driver discovered a very professional environment within the R-ace GP team. Determined and ambitious, more than ever he appears as one of the great French hopes. Ready to climb even higher in the hierarchy of international motorsport, Victor Bernier is already looking forward to 2021.

ADAC F4 Championship drama at the Lausitzring: Victor Bernier wins, Tim Tramnitz is 2020 Best Rookie

ADAC F4 Championship drama at the Lausitzring: Victor Bernier wins, Tim Tramnitz is 2020 Best Rookie Read more

French teenager Victor Bernier (16, R-ace GP) registered his second ADAC Formula 4 victory of the season in a spectacular third race at the DEKRA Lausitzring on Sunday, while British driver Jonny Edgar (16, Van Amersfoort Racing) further cemented his title claim by finishing fourth. After a dramatic DNF for his team-mate and main rival Jak Crawford (15, USA), who won the second round on Sunday morning, Edgar now takes a 23-point advantage into the grand finale next weekend at Oschersleben. Meanwhile, joy knew no bounds for Tim Tramnitz (15, Germany, US Racing) as the ADAC Sports Foundation protégé clinched the Best Rookie classification ahead of time with two strong performances on Sunday.
 

Jonny Edgar and Jak Crawford dominate race Sunday at the Red Bull Ring

Jonny Edgar and Jak Crawford dominate race Sunday at the Red Bull Ring Read more

The Van Amersfoort Racing duo of Jonny Edgar (16, England) and Jak Crawford (15, USA) were once again in a class of their own. The two team-mates shared the spoils of victory in the races on Sunday at the Red Bull Ring, so it now seems highly likely that the two of them will be going head-to-head as the title chase enters the home straight. Red Bull Motorsport advisor Helmut Marko was at the circuit to watch his juniors.

Fifth win of the season: Jonny Edgar firmly on course for title

Fifth win of the season: Jonny Edgar firmly on course for title Read more

Jonny Edgar (16, Van Amersfoort Racing) appears to be well on course to win the ADAC Formula 4 championship title. The British teenager took his fifth victory of the season at the Red Bull Ring in Austria and further extended his lead at the top of the table. Edgar beat off competition in the first round of the weekend from France’s Victor Bernier (16, R-ace GP) and Jak Crawford (15, USA, Van Amersfoort Racing) and now heads the overall standings with a 40-point lead on the American. Two more races on the famous track near Spielberg in Styria are set to follow tomorrow. Edgar will again be on pole for the start of Race 2 on Sunday.

Victor Bernier in first victory of the season after spectacular race

Victor Bernier in first victory of the season after spectacular race Read more

Hockenheim: France's Victor Bernier (16, R-ace GP) stormed to his first ADAC Formula 4 victory in a spectacular race at the Hockenheimring on Sunday. In an eventful closing stage brought to a premature end by race control, Bernier surged ahead of Jak Crawford (15, USA, Van Amersfoort Racing) and Elias Seppänen (16, Finland US Racing) to claim the top spot on the podium.

2020 ADAC Formula 4 good to go

2020 ADAC Formula 4 good to go Read more

The curtain-raiser is just a few days away, and a new season of ADAC Formula 4 is about to start. This coming weekend (31st July - 2nd August), the Lausitzring will be hosting the first three races of the campaign in parallel with the 2020 ADAC GT Masters. Every weekend, SPORT1 will be showing at least one race live on free-to-air TV, and the action can also be followed on SPORT1+. All races are available online as a livestream with German and English commentary on SPORT1.de, youtube.com/adac and adac.de/motorsport.

FIA Karting World Champions to be decided at the Flying Finn Race

FIA Karting World Champions to be decided at the Flying Finn Race Read more

Some of the greatest talents in karting will compete in Finland this weekend for the 2019 FIA Karting World Championship in the OK and OK Junior categories. Organised by AKK, the Finnish ASN, the Flying Finn Race will take place at the PowerPark circuit at Alahärma near Kauhava. It will be the first time that the prestigious titles have been decided in Finland, a country with a rich history in what is a historic and important area of motorsport. 

Who will be crowned the 25th Volant Winfield winner at Paul Ricard?

Who will be crowned the 25th Volant Winfield winner at Paul Ricard? Read more

Following the successful 2018 Volant Winfield, and with winner and reigning French F4 champion Caio Collet earning a spot within the Renault Sport Academy, the 25th edition will once again be a reference for the detection of young talents (most from karting) at the prestigious Circuit Paul Ricard.

FIA ​​Karting Prize Giving ceremony 2018

FIA ​​Karting  Prize Giving ceremony 2018 Read more

The 2018 FIA ​​Karting Champions were celebrated on Saturday, 1st December, 2018 in the halls of the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva (CHE) during an awards ceremony organised by the CIK-FIA in the presence of Jean Todt, FIA President, Peter Bayer, FIA Secretary General for ​​Sport, Felipe Massa, CIK-FIA President, outgoing Vice-President Kees van de Grint, Promoter James Geidel and many guests.