The F4 British Championship certified by FIA - powered by Ford is the UK's premier single-seater series and the first step on the FIA motorsport ladder to F1.
It is the most remarkable initiative in junior single-seater racing since the launch of the original Formula Ford in 1967; a concept which helped develop and mould the track careers of so many of motor racing's great names.
Britain's official version of the FIA's Formula 4 concept was introduced in 2015 and is widely regarded as the most competitive junior category single seat championship in the world.
Powered by the race-proven Ford 1.6L EcoBoost engine, the championship's carbon-fibre monocoque chassis provides drivers with a safe, reliable and economical means of getting on the grid for the first time.
Designed to be a globally recognised, yet affordable step between karting and F3; the F4 British Championship has established itself as the place for junior drivers from around the globe to embark upon their single-seater careers and make their first strides to F1.
The F4 British Championship plays a starring role on live television on ITV4 as the sole singer-seater support event on the TOCA package. Racing in Britain, the home of F1, with a 30 race schedule in front of the British Touring Car Championship's massive spectator fanbase at the UK's major circuits.
A cash prize of £30,000 across the season is up for grabs courtesy of Ford Motor Company along with a host of other awards and prizes. Most notably FIA Super Licence points will be awarded to the top seven drivers each year to enable their progression up the motorsport ladder.