Knockhill double header in store as ROKiT British F4 Esports returns to action

Apex Racing Team’s Jamie Fluke leads the way as the ROKiT British F4 Esports Championship bursts back into life at a virtual Knockhill this evening [4 November].

Photo: Jakob Ebrey Photography

After four action-packed rounds, the battle at the championship summit is shaping up nicely, with victory last time out at Oulton Park elevating Fluke to the top of the table, four points ahead of the ultra-consistent Luke McKeown, racing for the affiliated Apex Racing Academy squad.

A combination of third-placed Josh Lad and two starring cameos from team-mates Alx Spetz and Moreno Sirica mean that it is Munster Gaming Rugby, however, who sit 18 points clear in the Teams’ Championship, with the two brands set to go toe-to-toe around the Fife circuit tonight.

Also waiting in the wings to strike are a whole host of front runners, such as Stanley Deslandes (Apex Academy), the returning Spetz and Dion Gowda (Team Fordzilla).

A tense, 10-minute qualifying session and two 30-minute races form the bill for the evening, which can be live-streamed live from 19:00 on RaceSpot TV:

Another two real-world drivers from Britain’s FIA Formula 4 series will also grace the grid this evening, as Joseph Loake and Georgi Dimitrov make their respective debuts for JHR Developments.

Two other changes feature on the 24-car grid, as Monica Boulton Ramos is substituted by Dylan White due to prior commitments, and Azzy Iredale returns to action for Prismatic Motorsports around the undulating, high-speed circuit.

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