The engines of the Tatuus cars of the Italian F.4 Championship roar at Misano World Circuit for the second round of the season

3 races with over 30 drivers on the track over the weekend on the Romagna Riviera


The Italian F.4 Championship returns to the track with the second round of the season, again in Emilia Romagna, this time at Misano World Circuit. The track named after Marco Simoncelli will host the "classic" format of the Italian Championship, with 3 races over the weekend, all on the 30' + 1 lap measure.

On the Riviera Romagnola track we arrive with Arvid Lindblad leading the standings, after two podiums and a win brought home in Imola for the opening round of the series. The British driver of PREMA Racing, Red Bull junior driver, will lead a lineup of 33 Tatuus at the start; however, he will have to defend particularly from incursions by his teammates, currently P2 and P3 after round one: Tuscan driver Nicola Lacorte and U.S. McLaren junior Ugo Ugochukwu. Alfio Spina won’t miss the event, after an extremely positive performance at Imola that earned him fourth place in the drivers' standings, the goal will surely be to continue the climb to success. The Sicilian completes the BVM Racing duo alongside Andrea Frassineti.

Rounding out PREMA Racing's 7-car line-up will then be the trio of junior Ferrari drivers Tuukka Taponen, James Wharton and Aurelia Nobels, then Emirati driver Rashid Al Dhaheri.

Also to keep an eye on is the 5-car attack proposed by US Racing, with Gianmarco Pradel, David Zachary, Akshay Bohra, Kacper Sztuka (already a race winner at Imola’s opener) and Chinese driver Ruiqi Liu.  Van Amersfoort Racing's five-man lineup also remains unchanged with Alpine Academy Matheus Ferreira, then Ismail Akhmed, Italian Brando Badoer, Ivan Domingues and Jack Beeton. Quartet on the Italian track for German team PHM Racing, with Valentin Kluss, James Egozi, Nandavhud Bhirombhakdi and Victoria Blokhina.

AKM Motorsport's line-up changes instead, taking to the track with 3 cars, with Davide Larini and Tina Hausmann, joined by Frederik Lund, a Danish driver at his first in the Italian F.4 Championship 2023, after making his debut last year.

Three for Jenzer Motorsport, with Hwarang Kim, Ethan Ischer and Ariel Elkin; while there will be 2 drivers on track for R-ace GP, the Italian Matteo Quintarelli and the French Raphael Narac.

The only representatives on the track for their own teams, however, will be Italian drivers Manuel Quondamcarlo and Guido Luchetti, for AS Motorsport and Airflow Racing, respectively. 


The weekend schedule includes 3 races of 30 minutes + 1 lap, but before the official start of hostilities on the track, it will be the turn of the free practice sessions on Friday, May 5, in two 40' sessions starting at 8:40 and 11:55. Already on Friday evening, qualifying, on track in two 15' sessions interspersed with a ten-minute break, will start at 17:45. Saturday, May 6 will be an exciting day, with two races on track. Race 1 will be at the start at 12:10, followed later in the evening by race 2, at the starting blocks at 17:35. Sunday, May 7, race 3 will open the second day of the ACI Racing Weekend Misano, with the start scheduled at 9.00. All races will be broadcast live with English commentary on the Italian F.4 Championship's Youtube and Facebook pages and on Motorsport TV (;  live with commentary in Italian on ACI Sport TV (Sky channel 228), on and on the Facebook page @acisporttv.