F4 CEZ is gearing up for its second season with updates

F4 CEZ is gearing up for its second season with updates

The F4 CEZ certified by FIA enjoyed a successful inaugural season in 2023, featuring a competitive starting grid and thrilling races. As preparations are underway for the upcoming season, several changes have been implemented to develop the championship.

The 2024 calendar has undergone some changes, beginning with Balaton Park in Hungary in April. Since the circuit hosted the final round of the previous season, it will be a familiar track for some drivers. The following race weekends will take place at Red Bull Ring, Slovakia Ring, Autodrom Most, Automotodrom Brno, and the final round will be hosted at the fast Salzburgring, which is a new addition to the calendar. F4 CEZ championship will be accompanied by TCR Eastern Europe series and in most cases also with ESET Cup, Clio Cup and Twingo Cup.

Each race weekend will consist of a practice session, qualifying session, and three races, offering drivers a total of 18 races to look forward to in 2024. The qualifying session will be shortened from 25 minutes to 20, but the five minutes will be added to the practice session, extending it to 30 minutes.

Pirelli has been appointed as the official tire supplier for F4 CEZ, as part of a three-year agreement with the series promoter and tire manufacturer. This means that the tire prices will be comparable to those in other F4 championships.

While it is still early to confirm the entry list for the 2024 season, we can confirm that the Hungarian Gender Racing Team and Czech teams JMT Engineering and SAPE Motorsport have ordered a second formula 4 single-seater. Additionally, Maffi Racing will be joining the series as well as AS Motorsport with two cars and more teams are expected to join F4 CEZ. Consequently, the field is expected to be significantly larger than in the inaugural season.

The F4 CEZ series also continues with it’s Rookie Rocket Cup, successful class from last year. The Cup rating is an opportunity for every new driver in the F4 CEZ, no matter how old the driver is, because any driver older then 45 years is automatically part of the Rookie Rocket classification. Also anyone who is slower than 102 % of the winner, will be counted in the Cup and therefore has a chance to achieve a podium finish in a separate classification.

For more detailed information about the 2024 season of F4 CEZ, you can refer to the official presentation [LINK].

You can sign up for the season via the ENTRY FORM

The 2024 Calendar
27.–28. 04. – Balaton Park
18.–19. 05. – Red Bull Ring
08.–09. 06. – Slovakia Ring
03.–04. 08. – Most
07.–08. 09. – Brno
21.–22. 09. – Salzburgring