- What is F4’s history with CoTA?
The Formula 4 United States Championship Powered by Honda staged its first race at CoTA in 2017 with WEC and Formula 1. It’s been a staple on the F4 U.S. schedule ever since. Last season during the United States Grand Prix, it broke a world entry record, fielding 38 F4 drivers from around the globe.
- Track Facts:
20 Turns, 3.427 Miles, Clockwise, 133 Feet in Elevation Changes
- What are some special characteristics of the track?
There is a steep, uphill run into the hairpin Turn 1, which has become the venue's signature corner. Turns 3 through 6 look not dissimilar to Silverstone's high-speed Maggotts/Becketts; Turns 12 through 15 give a nod to Hockenheim's stadium section; and Turns 16 through 18 will mirror the famous, multi-apex Turn 8 at Istanbul Park.
- How far is the start line to Turn 1?
The drivers will climb 133 feet uphill from the start line to the entrance of Turn 1
- What is the field size for the event?
23 cars made up of 14 rookies, 9 veterans from five countries
- Who were the past winners at COTA?
2017: Benjamin Pedersen (GRG), Benjamin Pedersen (GRG), Braden Eves (JHDD)
2017: Benjamin Pedersen (GRG), Kyle Kirkwood (Cape Motorsports)
2018: Dakota Dickerson (DC Autosport), Christian Rasmussen (JHDD)
2019: Christian Bogle (JHDD), Christian Bogle (JHDD)
- What team has the best record at CoTA?
Jay Howard Driver Development has the winningest record at CoTA, capturing four victories.
- What is the track record?
Fastest Qualifying Lap: 2:15.549-seconds Benjamin Pedersen in 2016
Fastest In-Race Lap: 2:15.943-seconds Joshua Car in 2019
- Will the event be streamed?
All three races will be live streamed on www.FANRacing.Live, available to a worldwide audience. Official Practices and Qualifying will not be live streamed, however, fans can still follow lap times on the Race Monitor App or by clicking here.
- Are spectators allowed?
Due to recent COVID-19 mandates made by Travis County, the race track will remained closed to all non-essential staff and crew members. Spectators will not be allowed to attend