2023 British F4 Esports Championship
The British F4 Esports Championship returned in 2023 after the successful inaugural 2022 season.
The 2023 season began in September and ran through to the end of November. There was some returning teams and drivers with Williams and Stormforce Racing ART amongst others. The championship also welcomed so new teams including GUILD Esports and Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Esports Team. You can see a full list of team and driver entry’s below
For 2023, the championship was extended to include eight rounds – two more than 2022. The prize pool was increased, and the cars – formerly not identified as an F4 car – are now licenced by the FIA. As such, iRacing Formula iR-04 has been rebranded as FIA F4 in 2023, following a new partnership between iRacing and the FIA announced last month.
On the drivers side, the championship came down to the wire between 2022 champion Luke McKeown and JHR by 29 eSports driver Gordie Mutch. Going into the final round of the championship the two were level on points and after those two races they still could not be seperated on points and the championship was decided in Luke’s favour in the form of count back to number of 5th places. Luke having 13 to Gordie’s 12.
Stormforce Gaming ART managed to overcome 2022 Team Champions Williams to put in a dominate performance with 8 wins out of a possible 16 in the championship and taking the title comfortably from JHR by 29 eSports.
Round 1 – Brands Hatch Indy
Round 2 – Donington Park National
Round 3 – Snetterton 300
Round 4 – Oulton Park International
Round 5 – Silverstone GP
Round 6 – Knockhill
Round 7 – Donington Park GP
Round 8 – Brands Hatch GP