F4 British Championship

The ROKiT F4 British Championship certified by FIA is the first step for aspiring young drivers making the transition from karting into single seaters. The series entered an exciting new phase in 2022 with the second generation Tatuus T-421 chassis – featuring the all-important halo safety feature – and Abarth engines.

Drivers

Kai Daryanani

Car #8

Country

Hong Kong

Date of Birth

14/04/2005

Place of Residence

Hong Kong

Recent Career History

2023 – F4 British Championship certified by FIA

Nina Gademan

Car #3

Country

Holland

Date of Birth

30/08/2003

Place of Residence

Assen

Recent Career History

2022 – Karting

Calendar
DateCircuitCountry
27th - 28th April Donington Park (National) U.K.
11th - 12th May Brands Hatch (Indy) U.K.
25th - 26th May Snetterton U.K.
8th - 9th June Thruxton U.K.
15th - 16th June Silverstone GP U.K.
13th - 14th July Zandvoort Netherlands
10th - 11th August Knockhill U.K.
24th - 25th August Donington Park (GP) U.K.
21st - 22nd August Silverstone (National) U.K.
5th -6th October Brands Hatch (GP) U.K.
Driver Standings
#NameTeamPoints
1 Deagen Fairclough Hitech Pulse-Eight 140
2 Alex Ninovic Rodin Motorsport 105
3 James Higgins Rodin Motorsport 79
4 Jack Sherwood Rodin Motorsport 81
5 Abbi Pulling Rodin Motorsport 56
6 Reza Seewooruthun Hitech Pulse-Eight 53
7 Mika Abrahams Hitech Pulse-Eight 49
14 Kai Daryanani Fortec Motorsports 15
18 Nina Gademan Fortec Motorsports 11
19 Alex Berg Fortec Motorsports 9
Team Standings
#TeamPoints
1Rodin Motorsport215.5
2Hitech Pulse-Eight199
3Phynsis by Argenti14
4JHR Developments58
5Fortec Motorsport28
6Xcel Motorsport19
7Virtuosi Racing19
8Chris Dittmann Racing11
Series information

The ROKiT F4 British Championship certified by FIA is the first step for aspiring young drivers making the transition from karting into single seaters. The series entered an exciting new phase in 2022 with the second generation Tatuus T-421 chassis – featuring the all-important halo safety feature – and Abarth engines.

Since 2022, Motorsport UK has organised and promoted the championship, which features leading teams and at a competitive price enables drivers as young as 15 years of age to race on some of the most challenging and renowned circuits in the world. As the championship is certified by the FIA, 12 Super Licence points will be awarded to the overall champion to aid their progression through the single seater ranks.

British F4 offers real prospects for progression of young talent into the international scene and the championship’s 30 races, held over ten rounds, will continue to be showcased on the high-profile support package of the British Touring Car Championship, which features live free-to-air TV coverage.

Tech Specs