Changes made to ROKiT British F4 reverse grid format for the 2022 season
The reverse grid format has been amended for the 2022 ROKiT F4 British Championship certified by FIA season, which kicks off at Donington Park this weekend (23-24 April).
At each event, unless otherwise stated, the second race will see drivers compete on the reverse grid format. The race will see a reversal of the ten fastest overall qualifying times. The table below outlines the starting positions:
|Qualifying Position||Starting Position in Race #2|
The drivers who qualified outside of the top ten will start the second race based on their qualifying time.
The reduced points system previously in place, awarded 15-12-10-8-6-4-2-1 on a sliding scale from first to eighth, will still be in place, as will a bonus point for each position gained, judged by the difference between a driver’s starting and finishing positions.
The grid for races one and three of each event will continue to be set by the fastest and second-fastest times set by each driver during qualifying. These races will continue to adhere to the FIA points system, awarded 25-18-15-12-10-8-6-4-2-1 on a sliding scale from first to tenth.
Additionally, a bonus point will remain in place for the driver who sets the fastest racing lap in all three races at each event.