Circuit of The Americas Weekend F4 Fast Facts:

  1. 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.

  1. Track Facts:

20 Turns, 3.427 Miles, Clockwise, 133 Feet in Elevation Changes


  1. 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.

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  1. 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


  1. What is the field size for the event?

23 cars made up of 14 rookies, 9 veterans from five countries

Entry List


  1. 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)


  1. What team has the best record at CoTA?

Jay Howard Driver Development has the winningest record at CoTA, capturing four victories.


  1. 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


  1. 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.

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  1. 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