The ROKiT British F4 Championship certified by the FIA will return to Thruxton, as the championship heads into its fourth round of the season.

There will be hope for some dry track time at Thruxton, after Snetterton saw the weather play a huge part in the weekend’s proceedings, with a downpour putting an early end to Race 3 on Sunday afternoon.

Often said to be the ‘fastest circuit in the UK’, Thruxton presents drivers the chance to race on a high-speed circuit with slipstreaming in full effect throughout the lap. Over the years, the Hampshire circuit has provided its fair share of iconic ROKiT British F4 moments.

Deagen Fairclough continues to lead the championship with a 34-point lead. All four Rodin Motorsport drivers are next in the points standings. Alex Ninovic (Rodin Motorsport) walked away from Round 3 as a first-time ROKiT British F4 race winner, after claiming the top spot in both Races 1 and 3. He made significant gains in the championship hunt, moving into second ahead of teammate James Higgins (Rodin Motorsport). Jack Sherwood (Rodin Motorsport) and Abbi Pulling (Rodin Motorsport) moved into fourth and fifth in the points standings.

Phinsys by Argenti’s Yuanpu Cui took his first overall race win at Snetterton and extended his points lead in the Rookie Cup over Rowan Campbell-Pilling (Phinsys by Argenti). Joel Bergstrom (JHR Developments) had a solid showing at Round 3 recording his first Rookie Cup wins and moving into third in the Rookie points.

Rodin Motorsport delivered their first 1-2-3 of the season last time out with Ninovic, Sherwood and Higgins making up the Race 3 podium. This moved them into the lead of the Teams Cup ahead of Hitech Pulse-Eight and Phinsys by Argenti in third.

Qualifying for the C1rcuit Watches Pole Position Award at ­­­­­­Thruxton starts at 1105hrs on Saturday morning with Race One on Saturday at 1630hrs. Races Two and Three of the weekend will be Sunday at 1300hrs and 1630hrs.

For the opportunity to meet the stars of ROKiT British F4, join the autograph session at the F4 Race Control Centre in the F4 paddock at 1100hrs on Sunday the 9th of June.

Sunday’s track action will be live on ITV4 in the UK.

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