Cancelled Croft race will not re-run after National Court hearing

Organisers of the F4 British Championship certified by FIA – powered by Ford EcoBoost can confirm that Round 11, the second scheduled race at Croft, will not be re-run later in the season.

The intention had been to re-arrange the race as per the championship’s original statement, with the matter heard at the National Court last week after a referral by Motorsport UK and the Championship.

Following the Stewards’ decision that two racing laps had been completed prior to the red flag stoppage, in-keeping with championship regulation 1.6.6., it has therefore been declared a result with half points awarded, meaning JHR Developments’ Josh Skelton picks up his first race victory in the series.

The decision extends Carlin racer Zane Maloney’s advantage at the top of the standings by a single point to 55 over Double R Racing’s Louis Foster.

The championship will resume at Snetterton, Norfolk, over the weekend of 3rd-4th August.