April 12, 2022 – With his first event of the 2022 season, Ping Racing would send Noah Ping to Louisiana for the F4 United States Championship Powered by Honda. With success in Louisiana, including a podium result for Noah, Ping Racing will now shift their focus to the next event weekend.
“It was a really good weekend given I qualified first once and second twice, had a chance to win two of the races and was able to podium on old tires, but an unfortunate penalty kept me from scoring two podium results,” explained Velocity Racing Development driver Noah Ping. “We had a great qualifying result just narrowly missing the pole position, but an incident in race one saw a poor starting position for race two, but we rebounded to stand on the podium. We looked to have our second podium of the weekend in race three until a post-race penalty pushed me down the results sheet. But I had a chance to win and ran in the top-three all weekend which gives me more confidence in the series.”
After qualifying on the outside of the front row, a 20th-place classification in the first wheel-to-wheel racing left Noah Ping with a sour taste in his mouth and motivation to climb back up the running order in race two. Noah drove like a seasoned veteran on old tires clawing his way back up through the field and standing on the podium for his first podium finish in the F4 United States Championship Powered by Honda program. Noah Ping looked to have better his result in race three crossing the line in the second position, but a post-race penalty relegated down to 13th in the official results. Given Noah led in two of the three races and was in the position to win in both, it was a great opening rookie weekend for him with success and lessons learned.
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- Noah Ping PR