The tech changes bringing new complexity to UK single-seaters
Electing not to go down the halo route, the BRDC British F3 championship has instead taken inspiration from IndyCar for a new safety device and introduced a raft of aerodynamic updates that will give the 2020 intake a little more to think about than their predecessors
The BRDC British Formula 3 Championship has given its cars a fresh new look ahead of the upcoming campaign, and while the upgrade package isn't certain to deliver a decisive improvement on laptimes, it is set to give drivers and teams a lot more to think about.
MotorSport Vision, which operates the championship, introduced its current car - highly developed versions of the Tatuus FIA Formula 4 chassis initially built for competition in 2014 - when it rebranded the BRDC Formula 4 Championship at the start of 2016.
After missing out on the 2020 British F4 title in astonishing fashion, Zak O'Sullivan was determined to earn his first car racing title stepping up to the BRDC British F3 championship. While the series underwent a mid-year name change to GB3, the Carlin driver was imperious throughout and deservedly claimed the title in his rookie year
Never finishing lower than fifth, Leo Machitski and Dennis Lind’s peerless consistency paid dividends in 2021 as British GT’s decision to drop the Silver class yielded the same outcome as in 2020 - a Barwell-run Lamborghini sweeping to the title. Autosport reviews the GT3 and GT4 classes, and picks out the year's best drivers
There’s just a handful of events remaining in the national racing season, but it’s still very much all to play for in the battle to secure the most wins in 2021. Cam Jackson and Miles Rudman currently heading the classification ahead of a potentially crucial weekend of national racing for Autosport’s National Driver Rankings
Big names were back on track and in the grandstand for the 50th Formula Ford Festival last weekend, which served to remind the world of the knockout contest's enduring appeal - even if it is unlikely to return to its former status as a must-win event on the single-seater ladder
The decision to allow 15-year-olds to race in MSV's new low-cost GB4 championship in 2022 poses a challenge to the position of British F4 - previously the only UK-based series where drivers below the age of 16 could compete. Whether the two can co-exist is the next pertinent question...
The finale of the British Touring Car Championship always provides plenty of drama, but its support series are also set to produce many twists and turns at this weekend's last round. Unusually, all five titles are still up for grabs, so it's all to play for at Brands Hatch. Here's how each series' showdown is shaping up
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