Drivers for the 2022 Spanish F4 season

Tymoteusz Kucharczyk, Vladislav Ryabov and Maksim Arkhangelskii are the first to confirm their participation for next season.

Teams are already working on their line-ups for 2022 and three teams have already confirmed at least the first of their seats for next season.

MP Motorsport
Joins young driver Tymoteusz Kucharczyk
The Polish driver has been the first to announce his participation for next season in the Spanish F4. Last October he won the Richard Mille Young Talent Academy at the Navarra Circuit. The winner of this award has the opportunity to compete for a whole season in the Spanish Formula 4 with MP Motorsport and this year it has been the young Kucharczyk.

In his track record, the Polish driver has been in the WSW Open Cup (2nd), Euro Series (3rd), Super Masters Series (6th), Champions Cup (14th) and in the CIK-FIA European Karting Championship (24th).

“I am thrilled. I have no words. Making the leap from karting to single-seaters is always an important and complicated step, but the hard work of these years has given me the opportunity to be able to participate in this event. I gave my best in every single race”, said the Polish driver himself after winning the Richard Mille Young Talent Academy.

Drivex
Maksim Arkhangelskii confirms his continuity
After scoring two podiums in this season of the Spanish F4 – third position in the first race held in Valencia and third position in the third race held in Barcelona – the driver repeats with Drivex and confirms his place for next season in the Spanish Formula 4 Championship.

In his track record after debuting this season in F4, he finished 9th in the drivers’ championship and 8th in the rockies’ championship, being the best classified driver of the Spanish team.

“I am very happy to continue my career in the world of motorsport at Drivex. This year I have learned a lot and I can see how I am progressing. For next season we have big plans and big ambitions with the car”, says the Russian driver after his participation in the presentation of the new Tatuus T-021 for next season at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (Montmeló). Arkahangelskii, who had his first official test kilometres with Tatuus, had very good impressions.

GRS
Announces the renewal of Vladislav Ryabov
Like the Russian Drivex driver, Ryabov repeats his season in the Spanish F4 championship and also renews his confidence with the Spanish GRS team.

He has finished a debut in F4 with good results; eighth in the drivers’ standings and seventh in the rookies’ standings, Ryabov has managed to get on the podium three times – second position in the first race held at Motorland, second position in the first race held at Jerez and second position in the second race held at Jerez – to the podium this 2021.

Ryabov has also announced that he will also participate alongside the Spanish team in the UAE Formula 4 Championship.

“I am very excited about this renewal. They have done a good job with the car and it is always fast. This season has been good, we have managed to finish on the podium several times. We started the season as beginners and we ended up being fast, fighting for podiums and victories. I want to start this new season as soon as possible,” exclaims the Russian driver looking forward to a season that promises to be full of promise in terms of both teams and drivers.

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