42 drivers will compete on yet another F1 circuit as the F4 and FRegional series reach the Red Bull Ring.
In a difficult year for international motorsport, 30 drivers (6 more than at the previous Imola event) will participate in the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth, the first and biggest F4 championship in the world, while the Formula Regional European Championship certified by FIA comes with its regular 12 drivers, which includes a large cohort of Ferrari Driver Academy drivers and the inexorable participation of Jamie Chadwick (Prema Powerteam), who will be hoping for an improved performance compared to her difficult trip to the F1 circuit of Imola.
There will be wide ranging television coverage for both championships in a year in which competitions are held behind closed doors and live TV and streaming play an even more decisive role.
While the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth offers direct coverage on MS Motor TV and motorsport.com (with commentary in both Italian and English), rather than streaming on Acisport.it and on the Facebook page of the championship, Formula Regional as an international championship offers live coverage on various channels in Europe, North America, Asia and around the world.
As with the previous races (and for all the 2020 races), the 3 FRegional races at the Red Bull Ring will be available for free on the official Facebook page of the Formula Regional European Championship (https://www.facebook.com/FormulaRegionalEU/) and on https://motorsport.tv.
Live races will also be broadcast on regular cable and satellite TV throughout Europe including Italy (MS Motor tv), the Netherlands (Ziggo sport), Poland and the Baltic states (Motowizja), the Czech Republic and Slovakia (Sport5 – SVK) to name but a few, but also in Asia and Oceania, for example, on BeIN sport (Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore and many others).
Also for FRegional the week following Round 3, a 26-minute highlights program will be broadcast on many television networks around the world, including North America (Motor Trend on Demand), and the aforementioned European, Asian and Oceanic broadcasters. These will also include Finnish MTV3 and the whole Motorvision television platform, which includes Africa, the Americas and the Asian territory.