A dream open-wheel series for beginners with a fixed setup based on the British and USA F4 series track calendar. This car will teach you everything you need to know to progress to faster formula cars: smoothness, precision, high downforce racing lines, and braking technique.
A fixed car setup guarantees equal possibilities, you still can adjust fuel load and brake bias. Have a few liters extra of fuel, your fuel consumption will increase if you increase your pace during the race. If you have too much oversteer during trail braking then increase brake bias. But you are losing straight-line braking performance if you increase brake bias. This car is very sensitive to changes in brake bias so be careful and only change it by 0.5% at a time. You can change brake bias while driving.
Qualifying is followed by a sprint race.
New track every week. 4 best races from each week count in the overall series standings.
Races every hour.
Point system - TOP 10.
Italian racing class Formula Abarth introduced the Tatuus FA010 powered by a 1.4L Fiat-FPT engine. The car was later introduced in the Formula Masters China (2011), Panam GP Series (2012), Formula Russia (2013). Starting in 2014 the Florida Winter Series, set up by the Ferrari Driver Academy, will use an updated version of the Tatuus FA010. For 2014 Tatuus was contracted to build all the cars for the Formula 4 Italian Championship, a new class under the rules of the FIA Formula 4. The Tatuus F4-T014 is powered by a detuned Formula Abarth engine, limited to 160hp. In 2015, the new ADAC Formula 4 adopted the Tatuus car. The BRDC Formula 4 Championship announced in September 2014 that it would use a Tatuus chassis from the 2015 BRDC Formula 4 Autumn Trophy.