The 2022 ROKiT British F4 Championship will go down to a title decider in the final race weekend of the season in two weeks’ time at Brands Hatch after Ireland’s Alex Dunne who needed to either win Sunday afternoon’s race in Silverstone or finish second came home in third place for Hitech GP.
Dunne started the race from third however, was not able to get the momentum going to mount a challenge to the leaders as the event was a real start/stop affair with the Safety Car coming out on the opening lap following a collision off the start.
When the Safety Car lights went out, it remained on track as another car had stopped on track meaning that Dunne was unable to progress.
When the Safety Car came in two more cars collided on track bringing a premature end to the penultimate race of the season as the red flag came out and British F4 officials decided that the race would not be restarted.
As a result, Dunne heads to Brands Hatch with a 103-point advantage in the standings and can win the championship in race one.
- Oliver Gray – Carlin
- Joseph Loake – JHR Developments
- Alex Dunne – Hitech GP
- Aiden Neate – Phinsys by Argenti
- Eduardo Coseteng – Hitech GP
- Ugo Ugochukwu – Carlin
- Daniel Guinchard – Phinsys by Argenti
- Oliver Stewart – Hitech GP
- Marcos Flack – Fortec Motorsports
- Adam Fitzgerald – Phinsys by Argenti
- Noah Lisle – JHR Developments
- Jack Sherwood – Chris Dittmann Racing
- James Higgins – Fortec Motorsports
- Michael Shin – Virtuosi Racing
- Jaden Pariat – Chris Dittman Racing
- Isaac Barashi – Phinsys By Argenti
- Daniel Mavlyutov – Hitech GP
- Georgi Dimitrov – JHR Developments
- Louis Sharp – Carlin NC
- Edward Pearson – Virtuosi Racing NC