Zane Maloney is switching his focus to the overall F4 British Championship certified by FIA – powered by Ford EcoBoost crown after securing the Rookie Cup title last weekend at Knockhill, Fife.
The Carlin ace has 17 victories in class, along with a further four podium finishes, and holds an unassailable lead of 156.5 points over Arden’s Alex Connor with a maximum score of 150 left on the table.
The runner-up spot in class in the middle race at Knockhill proved enough, with Maloney now turning his focus solely to the overall championship, in which he holds a 15-point margin over Double R’s Sebastian Alvarez heading to Silverstone and Brands Hatch.
“I’m really happy to get the Rookie Cup title done,” said Maloney.
“That was one of the targets for my first year, and now I’ve achieved that we can focus on building the overall points lead.
I’m grateful for everything the team has done this year and proud to get a championship for Barbados, my sponsors and Kokoro Performance. I think we have a good chance of securing the overall title if we keep the momentum going.”