The first F4 championship in the world, and still the most contested, is certainly the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth. This year, despite the serious difficulties created by the pandemic, Italian F4 saw extraordinary levels of participation with drivers from all over the world. Starting with 22 drivers at the first race in August in Misano, the 2020 F4 grew steadily and often exceeded 30 drivers, with the last two championship races, at Imola and Monza, with 34 and 33 drivers respectively.
All this makes us think we could be in for an extraordinary 2021 championship in terms of registered drivers and, among other things, the hope of definitively overcoming the limitations created by the pandemic.
The 2021 calendar has therefore been confirmed, and will again see 7 rounds, with 3 races each weekend.
May 16th, Paul Ricard (FRA)
June 6th, Misano
June 20th, Vallelunga
July 25th, Imola
September 12th, Red Bull Ring (AUT)
October 10th, Mugello
October 31st, Monza
As usual, some races on the calendar will take place concurrently with rounds of the Formula Regional Championship, which from next year evolves into the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine – certified by FIA, organized and promoted by ACI Sport. These races will be Imola, Red Bull Ring, Mugello and Monza.