This week the FFSA pulled the covers off of the 2015 French Formula 4 Championship.
Supported by the country’s Auto Sport Academy, the series will take in seven rounds, primarily as support to the FFSA GT Tour, but will also have one round supporting the European F3 Championship and another playing opening in the World Series by Renault package.
The series for the Auto Sport Academy trainees begins in April at ultra-twisty Lédenon circuit near Montpellier. Then over the opening weekend in May, the series moves to Le Mans Bugatti and then on to Pau two weeks later in support of European F3.
There will be one round in June, when French F4 supports the World Series by Renault at the Hungaroring, just outside Budapest. The weekend marks one of two rounds where the championships departs French soil, with the other journey coming at Navarra in Spain at the end of September.
Between the Hungary and Spain trips, the series moves to Magny Cours in late-August and will complete its run at Paul Ricard in Southern France over the final weekend in October.
As with other Formula 4 categories, French F4 comprises of three races over the course of a weekend, two qualifying sessions and one free practice session.
2015 French F4 Championship calendar April 17-19: Lédenon May 1-3: Bugatti Circuit, Le Mans May 15-17: Pau June 12-14: Hungaroring, Hungary August 28-30: Magny Cours September 25-27: Navarra, Spain October 23-25: Paul Ricard