F4 Spain returns with Fluxá and Boya as Spanish props

The Paul Ricard French circuit hosts the second appointment of 2020, after Navarra, in a revitalized event with broad international representation.


The activity of the Spanish F4 Championship continues after its start at the end of July with the Navarra circuit meeting. The second round of the F4 Spain takes place this weekend in France, specifically in Paul Ricard, and where two young and promising Spaniards want to repeat the good feelings of the premiere. Lorenzo Fluxá, a 15-year-old Mallorcan, and Mari Boya (16) from Aragon and with a spectacular record in karting, are the spearheads between our representatives and both march in third position tied on points and 39 points behind the leader, the Dutch Kas Haverkort.

The revitalized event has a vast roster of international drivers and the goal of Fluxá (GRS Team) and Boya (MP Motorsport) will be to leave the title in our country, but the task is not easy considering that of the 18 participants , only five were born in our country. Navarra marked the beginning of the contest and subsequently the pilots of the category have carried out several days of test in different routes of the championship, among them, in Paul Ricard. These private tests have allowed them to fine-tune their Tatuus F4 T014 single-seaters, equipped with Abarth 1.4 Turbo engines and sequential gearbox.

“After debuting in Navarra with a podium, we arrived at Paul Ricard very motivated. We have worked a lot with the car in the previous tests that we have carried out and our aim is to go one step further. We will be looking for our first victory in the Spanish F4 Championship. Winning is the goal whenever you compete and the closer you are to achieving it, the more effort you put into achieving it. In the tests we have fine-tuned the car in its set-up to get those last tenths that we lacked in Navarra and also to make its behavior more constant throughout the race. Paul Ricard is the longest track in the championship, a spectacular F1 circuit, very fast, with strong braking before slow corners. I like it a lot, especially the chicane that divides the Mistral straight in two, "said Fluxa in the preview.

In addition to the Spanish F4 Championship races, the program on the French track is integrated into a large meeting organized by GT Sport with several single-seater competitions such as the International GT Open, the Euroformula Open, the GT Cup, the TCR Europe and the Regional Formula Europe. The races of the Spanish F4 Championship can be followed live by streaming, through the official website: f4spain.org.

Race schedule Saturday 22 August

Race 1 (25 minutes + 1 lap) 12:00 hours

Sunday, August 2

Race 2 (18 minutes + 1 lap) 13: 50

Race 3 (18 minutes + 1 lap) 18: 25

Calendar F4 Spain 2020

-Navarra July 18-19

-Paul Ricard 22-23 August

-Jerez 19-20 September

-Valencia 26-27 September

-Motorland Aragón October 31-November 1

-Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 14-15 November

-Circuito del Jarama Date pending confirmation

Photos from as.com
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