Spanish F4 kicks off with collective tests

A record number of teams and drivers in a season marked by the internationalisation of the championship.

The Spanish F4 has officially kicked off the 2021 season with two days of collective tests at the legendary Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium. During these two days, the 17th and 18th of March, it has been possible to see what to expect of the new season ahead.

It has been two days of testing, for the rookies to get into the rhythm and gain confidence in single-seaters. Two days have been like a whole season in terms of weather, with sunny and rainy moments and even the snow appeared. Excellent conditions for the drivers to try out an infinite number of setups that will surely be useful throughout the competition.

It is expected to be a very competitive year, and that is always a great incentive for the spectators. This equality on the track will surely lead us to enjoy many battles to see who became champion of the F4 Spanish Championship.

This season, like the last one, is likely to start with no spectators in the grandstands. For this reason, the competition has opted to improve the experience of live broadcasting, which will be closer to the big competitions than to access category such as Formula 4. Together with Griiip, the new partner specialized in live data, we will be able to enjoy a more immersive experience for the spectator, being closer to the sensations experienced by the driver when he is racing.

It is the start of a record-breaking season, both in terms of the number of drivers on the grid and the number of teams taking part this year. With a total of 8 teams on track and 26 drivers confirmed to date of such different nationalities, the Spanish F4 is one of the most outstanding championships in its category. A total of 7 rounds, disputed in the best national circuits and with two appointments outside Spain, one in Portimão (Portugal) and the other in Spa-Francorchamps (Belgium), which will become the first round of the championship next April.

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