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British F4 E-Sports Brands Hatch and Donnington Park Debrief

The British F4 E-Sport championship returned on the 27th of September

British F4 E-Sports Brands Hatch and Donnington Park Debrief

Written by Olivia Eyeson

The British F4 E-Sport championship returned on the 27th of September. The second season saw a new edition in Mensah Racing aiming to bring diversity to the grid. The driver lineup consists of Daniel Cebula and Carl Chase with Aaron Mensah competing in the Formula Ford E-Sports category.

The championship’s grid consists of 15 teams and 30 drivers competing across 8 rounds, 2 more rounds than last season. Each round will hold 2 20 minute races, with the second race holding a reversed starting grid. 

Round 1 - Brands Hatch Indy

For the first round of the championship, the drivers had to tackle the Brands Hatch Indy circuit. The circuit is characterised by its high speeds due to the amount of corners. There are two left hand corners and five right hand corners over the 1.944km of track.

In Mensah Racing’s debut Carl Chase finished P21 and teammate Daniel Cebula neared the points with a P15 finish. Race 2 was more competitive with both drivers nearing the points. Carl finished P14 and Daniel remained consistent, taking another P15 finish.

Aaron Mensah, racing in the Formula Ford E-Sports championship, competed in the iRacing F16000 car. Aaron battled for 20 laps to claim a P19 finish in race 1 and P18 in race 2.

Round 2 - Donnington Park National

The 4th of October saw the British F4 E-sports championship take to the Donnington Park circuit for their second round. Donnington National holds 4 left hand and 6 right hand corners across the 3.186km track.

Race 1 saw our duo of Carl Chase and Daniel Cebula keep a clean race. Chase lined up 28th on the grid and made up 9 positions to finish P19, whereas his teammate Cebula finished P21. 

Race 2 saw Daniel improve his Race 1 result to finish P7 ahead of his teammate Carl who finished P18. 

In Formula Ford,  Aaron finished P17 in race 1 and improved to clinch a P16 finish in race 2.

After the first two rounds Carl Chase sits P24 in the standings, whilst teammate Daniel Cebula sits P26.

Overall, it was a great effort from the team in their championship debut. There is plenty to learn in preparation for the next round at Snetterton in order to score some all important points.


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