While the focus this week has mostly been on the new Gen2Tatuus F4 debut, we mustn’t forget about the drivers who are here making history with us. A solid group with international experience, many are winners, and it’s great to have them all here helping the teams fine tune these new beasts ahead of the championship starting for points in January.
#7 Charlie Wurz from Austria: contested two rounds of the Italian F4 championship this year with Prema, finished as high as 4th outright and highest-placed rookie at Vallelunga.
#9 Rik Koen from the Netherlands: finished 6th outright in the Spanish F4 Championship this year with MP Motorsport, scoring 3 podiums and a pole position.
#17 Dilano van’t Hoff from the Netherlands: contested F4UAE last season as championship runner-up with 5 race wins, then went on to win the 2021 Spanish F4 Championship with 10 race wins, while also making his debut in Formula Regional as well.
#20 Conrad Laursen from Denmark: came 9th outright in the Italian F4 Championship, scoring three top-5 race finishes. Also won the 2020 Danish F4 Championship.
#24 Jaime Day from the UAE: scored a race win in F4UAE last season with a 6th placed finish outright.
#26 Vladislav Ryabov from Russia: Contested the Spanish F4 Championship to finish 8th outright, scoring 3 race podiums.
#55 Miron Pingasov from Russia: a rookie in the Spanish F4 Championship finishing 20th outright with best of 7th race finish.
#57 Aiden Neate from the UK; finished 9th in the British F4 Championship scoring 3 podiums, while also competing in four races of the F4 FFSA Academy in France.
#88 Hamda Al Qubaisi from the UAE: a former multiple-race winner in F4UAE, Hamda spent 2021 in the Italian F4 Championship where she scored a podium at Misano.
#99 Andrea Kimi Antonelli from Italy: raced the last three rounds of the Italian F4 Championship scoring 3 race podiums.
The F4UAE Trophy Round race is scheduled for 11:40 local time. No live timing or live streaming is available. Follow F4UAE social media channels for live updates.