British F4
June 7, 2017

Challenging Croft awaits the TRS Arden Junior Team

TRS Arden Junior Team head to Croft Circuit for the fifth round of the FIA British Formula 4 Championship

The TRS Arden JuniorTeam heads to the 3.423km North Yorkshire circuit for the fifth round of F4 British Championship certified by FIA – powered by Ford EcoBoost this weekend. 

Following from a promising official test at the circuit two weeks ago, the Arden squad has high spirits going into the race weekend. Currently sitting second in the teams standings going into the halfway point of the season.

This weekend will also see the race weekend debut for Olli Caldwell, who will be competing in his first British F4 race on Sunday 11th June- which will also be his 15th birthday. Olli will be making history this weekend as he is set to be the youngest ever driver to compete in Formula 4.
Oscar Piastri claimed his maiden win last time out at Oulton Park, and currently sits second in the standings. The young Aussie underlined his rapid pace in mid-season testing at the circuit two weeks ago, with his focus firmly on adding more victories to his tally in the 2017 championship.

Alex Quinn will be aiming to take that win that has so far eluded him this season. Despite four podium finishes, a pole position and numerous fastest laps – the YRDA Cornish youngster has just missed out on the top step so far, with the aim to rectify this at Croft.

Ayrton Simmons is also determined to return to race winning form which he showed at Brands Hatch, with the focus on making it an Arden quartet at the front of the pack come race day.

Friday 9th June:

15:20 – 16:10 | Free Practice

Saturday 10th June: 
10:50 – 11:10 | Qualifying

Sunday 11th June: 
13:22 – 13:42 | Race 2 [Round 13]

The drivers will be taking part in an autograph session on Sunday 11th June from 11:00 at the Ford Race Centre.

Races two will be broadcasted live on ITV4 as a support race to the British Touring Car Championship. Tune in live to see the British F4 team in action this weekend.

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