The second season of the British F4 Esports series is nearly upon us, and British motorsport governing body Motorsport UK has released an impressive-looking entry list.
The 2023 British F4 Esports championship is set to run between September and December, using iRacing’s FIA F4 single-seater, mimicking the F4 British Championship certified by FIA by visiting UK-based tracks like Knockhill, Snetterton and Donington Park.
Already confirmed to take part in 2023 were the esports branches of the Williams and Aston Martin Formula 1 teams, but the quality has moved up a gear for season two with the likes of Dörr Esports and GUILD Racing – part of the Guild Esports family part-owned by David Beckham – joining the grid.
British Touring Car Championship star Ash Sutton’s Puresims Esports squad also participates, joined by real-world F4 team JHR Developments. Stormforce Racing ART – 2022 driver champions thanks to Luke McKeown- will also be gunning for top honours again this season.
Driver rosters have yet to be announced but should be equally as strong as the team lineups. Each team must field two drivers, with a third allowed as an emergency reserve.
The series will also have a feeder championship this season, with the UK FF1600 Esports Cup set to form part of the main F4 Esports broadcast.
For a full list of participating teams, check out the list below.
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2023 British F4 Esports series confirmed teams
- Stormforce Racing ART
- Williams Esports
- Prismatic Motorsports
- Mensah Racing
- Kimura Racing
- JHR Developments
- Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Esports Team
- SimRacing Sweden eSports
- Puresims Esports
- FreeM UK
- VELOCE VEXT
- GUILD Racing
- Dörr Esports
- 29 eSports
- Azz Tech Racing
British F4 Esports 2023 calendar
- Media Day, Silverstone National, 20th September
- Round 1, Brands Hatch Indy, 27th September
- Round 2, Donington National, 4th October
- Round 3, Snetterton 300, 11th October
- Round 4, Oulton Park International, 25th October
- Round 5, Silverstone GP, 8th November
- Round 6, Knockhill, 15th November
- Round 7, Donington GP, 22nd November
- Round 8, Brands Hatch GP, 29th November
Images courtesy of Motorsport UK