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Old 12 Dec 2017, 15:08 (Ref:3786582)   #16
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Old 18 Apr 2018, 00:20 (Ref:3816272)   #17
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What is happening with NACAM F4? They had 5 cars last week with some drivers dropping out last minute. Has it been like that all season?
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Old 19 Apr 2018, 23:11 (Ref:3816576)   #18
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I think it's a downward trend for all F4. F4 season-on-season entrant numbers do 1 of 4 things:
Stay about the same (Australia, China, BRDC)
Increase then decrease (France, Sudamericana, Italy, ADAC, Japan)
Just drop (NACAM, British, SMP, SEA)
Or rise (Spain, US, UAE) but these are only 2 years old and will likely drop

Only 7 of the 45 championships run have seen an increase in numbers through a season so it's hardly surprising when 11 turn up to race 1 that they hit single digits in the later rounds.
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Old 20 Apr 2018, 18:39 (Ref:3816677)   #19
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After a sabbatical year, the Fůrmula 4 Sudamericana will return in 2018.

It will be held over 8 rounds, all but one in Brazil.

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the Fůrmula 4 Sudamerican? What is the engine & chassis?
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I think it's a downward trend for all F4. F4 season-on-season entrant numbers do 1 of 4 things:
Stay about the same (Australia, China, BRDC)
Increase then decrease (France, Sudamericana, Italy, ADAC, Japan)
Just drop (NACAM, British, SMP, SEA)
Or rise (Spain, US, UAE) but these are only 2 years old and will likely drop

Only 7 of the 45 championships run have seen an increase in numbers through a season so it's hardly surprising when 11 turn up to race 1 that they hit single digits in the later rounds.
I don't think that trend applies just to F4. It is also hitting series like Indy Lights and Formula Renault NEZ. It is a natural thing for development series to go through. All things considered F4 is relatively new. I think the market will show more consolidation in the coming years with F4 being the prime beneficiary since it is supported so strongly by the FIA.

But I was reading about the Mexican series and was trying to piece together why one of the leading drivers dropped out the week before the race. Any ideas about that?
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Old 24 Apr 2018, 13:02 (Ref:3817166)   #22
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The Fůrmula 4 Sudamericana uses Signatech chassis and 1.8L engines.
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I don't think that trend applies just to F4. It is also hitting series like Indy Lights and Formula Renault NEZ. It is a natural thing for development series to go through. All things considered F4 is relatively new. I think the market will show more consolidation in the coming years with F4 being the prime beneficiary since it is supported so strongly by the FIA.

But I was reading about the Mexican series and was trying to piece together why one of the leading drivers dropped out the week before the race. Any ideas about that?
Guess this was Alexandra Mohnhaupt-who was injured testing her British F3 car at Spa and has aparently anounced her retitement?
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Guess this was Alexandra Mohnhaupt-who was injured testing her British F3 car at Spa and has aparently anounced her retitement?
If you are referring to her facebook livestream in spanish, i think it was her retirement from the Mexican F4 series, ie. her leaving the series.
But then, my spanish isn't that good... so I could very well be very wrong
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If you are referring to her facebook livestream in spanish, i think it was her retirement from the Mexican F4 series, ie. her leaving the series.
But then, my spanish isn't that good... so I could very well be very wrong
Hope youre right Chris-my spanish not up to much eitherTwitter versions have translations-seems it is the Momo F4 team that has retired-Douglas Motorsport F3 team has bought new car and signed replacement driver.Alexandra does not rule out return to european racing at a later date.Still this is getting of the subject of this thread-what is wrong with the NASCAM F4 series?
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Hope youre right Chris-my spanish not up to much eitherTwitter versions have translations-seems it is the Momo F4 team that has retired-Douglas Motorsport F3 team has bought new car and signed replacement driver.Alexandra does not rule out return to european racing at a later date.Still this is getting of the subject of this thread-what is wrong with the NASCAM F4 series?
That is unfortunate. As for the Momo F4 team: "At the same time the team announced its withdrawal from the 2017/2018 season for not sharing the way in which the competition is handled, since in the competition a driver with an "irregular" background was admitted."


Al mismo tiempo la escuderŪa anuncio su baja de la temporada 2017/2018 por no compartir la forma en la que se maneja la competencia, ya que en la competencia se admitiů a un piloto con antecedentes "irregulares".
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Guess this was Alexandra Mohnhaupt-who was injured testing her British F3 car at Spa and has aparently anounced her retitement?
this was the version i heard too, albeit without the injury. fair play if itís the truth, it takes some balls to step back instead of continuing when your heart isnít really in it any more. i hope the teams involved were fully compensated though (lol of course they werenít).
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She did not announce the retirement. She only said she would not complete the season due to the injuries and her team left the series unhappy with the series management.

By the way in what track did she crash and for what team was she driving?
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She did not announce the retirement. She only said she would not complete the season due to the injuries and her team left the series unhappy with the series management.

By the way in what track did she crash and for what team was she driving?
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Thanks. Any reason for the accident? We start as fools and become wise through experience.
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