This upcoming weekend gives the 2024 grid its first taste of racing on a current F1 circuit as the ROKiT British F4 Championship certified by the FIA makes its return to the 3.66 mile Silverstone Grand Prix circuit for the fifth round of the 2024 season.

The Silverstone GP circuit is epitomised with a combination of both high-speed and slower, technical corners complemented with the Hamilton, National and Wellington straights serving up plenty of driver challenges and overtaking opportunities for British F4’s class of 2024, who will be are following in the footsteps of the many racing icons who have battled on the iconic Northamptonshire track.

All this action will be visible for armchair ROKiT British F4 fans worldwide who can enjoy each of the races broadcast live on the event’s BARC Live Stream broadcast and on British F4’s YouTube channel.

Off the back of a thrilling weekend of racing at Thruxton, the championship heads into the second event of a double header.

The championship will welcome new drivers to the grid this weekend. Matus Ryba will join Phinsys by Argenti for his debut in ROKiT British F4, with another driver set to announce their return  to the championship tomorrow.

Last weekend saw two new faces on the top step of the podium. Alex Berg (Fortec Motorsport) and Reza Seewooruthun (Hitech Pulse-Eight) each collected their first wins in the ROKiT British F4 championship, making the drivers the sixth and seventh race winners of the season.

Championship leader Deagen Fairclough (Hitech Pulse-Eight) also collected a win last time out, adding a fourth win to his tally, however, a retirement while in the lead of Race 3 has allowed Rodin Motorsport’s Alex Ninovic to close the gap to Fairclough in the championship fight to 30 points. Rodin Motorsport’s James Higgins, Jack Sherwood and Abbi Pulling make up the remaining top five positions in the points standings.

Phinsys by Argenti’s Yuanpu Cui and Rowan Campbell-Pilling continue to sit first and second in the Rookie Cup, with Campbell-Pilling closing the gap to 16 points between the teammates after two visits to the rookie podium at Thruxton. Virtuosi Racing’s Martin Molnar has moved into third.

Rodin Motorsport remains at the top of the Teams’ Cup standings ahead of Hitech Pulse-Eight with Phinsys by Argenti in third.

Qualifying for the C1rcuit Watches Pole Position Award at Silverstone starts at 0930hrs on Saturday morning, with Race One on Saturday at 1330hrs. Races Two and Three of the weekend will be Sunday at 1115hrs and 1540hrs, with all races broadcast live on YouTube over the weekend.

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