The following is a list of teams that have indicated that they may be participating in the forthcoming F4 UAE Championship and can either offer race and testing support for drivers with their own cars or alternatively seats for drivers.
Drivers that wish to compete in the Championship are asked to contact teams directly using the contact details provided.
The list will be updated regularly as additional teams indicate their interest in offering services to drivers. Teams wishing to be included on the list should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that it up to the individual driver and the team to make their own agreements between each other and that the Championship Organisers can accept no liability in respect of such agreements.
The 2021 F4UAE season will comprise of 20 championship races held over 5 events at the Dubai Autodrome in Dubai and Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi. The point-scoring calendar will commence in December 2020 with sanctioned testing, with Round 1 supporting the famed 24H of Dubai in January 2021 and run for five straight weekends with events alternating between Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
The programme at each championship race weekend will be expected to comprise of the following sessions:
Sanctioned Testing 180mins
Official Testing 180mins
1 x 30 min Official Practice
2 x 15 min Qualifying
1 x 20/25 min Race
3 x 20/25 min Races
Sanctioned private test days are scheduled on the day preceding each championship round and are subject to a separate entry fees and conditions. Official testing is held on the first day of each round. Formats may vary to suit event programs, as will the various circuit layout options. All will beconfirmed in each event’s further regulations.
Information For Teams
Teams in the MENA region are required to purchase new cars through the Championship Promoter. Chassis and engines will be sold in accordance with guidelines laid down by the FIA. Prices for new cars can be obtained from the Championship Promoter. Car order forms are available on the Championship website and from the Championship Promoter on request.
TRANSPORT TO AND FROM EUROPE:
European teams wishing to compete in the Championship are advised to contact the Championship Promoter for quotes to transport their cars and equipment at beneficial prices. Containers used to transport cars and equipment will be offered free secure storage in the UAE for the duration of their stay. A small fee will be charged for transport of containers between circuits.
Details of transportation costs and arrangements will be available by 1 September, 2019.
Prices for fuel, tyres and lubricants will be made available by 1 September, 2019.
COSTS OF ENTRY:
The cost of a season’s entry for each car is AED60,000. Single entry for championship events will will be AED12,000 per event, which includes Official Testing, Official Practice, Qualifying and 4 Races. Entry fee does not include track fees for Sanctioned testing days prior to events.
Entry for the 2019 Trophy Round alone will be AED16,000, however, if entered as part of the season entry then this round will reduced to AED12,000.
Note that due to the introduction of 5% VAT within the UAE, this will be added on top of all fees and charges.
The Championship Promoter will reserve certain areas on the cars to promote the Championship sponsors. Apart from these reserved positions, Teams and Drivers are permitted to display sponsor logos as they see fit, provided that such branding does not breach FIA and EMSO guidelines, and Championship regulations.
Information For DRIVERS
Drivers wishing to enter the Series must do so through a recognised team. Drivers that do not havean existing relationship with a team and who wish toparticipate in the series will be provided with contactdetails of recognised. Teams that are capable of providingthe necessary technical and race support.
Teams will contract directly with drivers for support services. Drivers may purchase cars through theirnominated Team or lease cars from their Team if the Teammakes such a facility available.
Drivers are reminded that the Promoter will arrange a series of seminars (which will cover driver development topics) at events and that their attendance is compulsory.
Parents or Guardians of Drivers under the age of 18 years must countersign race entry forms, giving approval for the Driver to participate at the race events and test sessions.
Entry forms can be requested from the Series Promoter.