2020 F4 U.S. Championship – 33 F4 U.S. Cars storm Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course


The world’s largest FIA F4 average field stormed through Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course over the weekend, bringing 33 F4 U.S. cars to the Honda-supported circuit. While teams and drivers were ready to go racing, Mother Nature had other plans in mind, plaguing the first round with torrential rain. As rain worsened the already slick track conditions, lightning was spotted, forcing race control to call the round before the green flag reemerged. Since no green laps were taken, points were not awarded. The series will attempt to make up the round at a later date.

Since no official lap times were clocked in Race 1, the grid for Race 2 was based off qualifying results. Christian Bogle started on pole, and after three restarts, Bogle held onto his pole-position start to claim the Race 2 win at Mid-Ohio on Sunday. The race ended in yellow after debris from an off track car littered the track and forced race competition to a halt. Crosslink/Kiwi Motorsport driver Dylan Tavella crossed the line second with Velocity Racing Development rookie Hunter Yeany rounding out the provisional podium.

After cars failed post-race technical inspection, all F4 weekend results are provisional. Final results will be released following an appeals hearing.

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