British F4 Esports Championship Race Review Round 5

Below is a race report for Round 5 of the British F4 Esports Championship. This report includes basic event information as well as detailed break-downs of both races and the results from both.

Driver Qualifying 1 Race 1 Race 2 Starting Position Race 2 DriverChampionshipStandings TeamChampionshipStandings
Freddie Ingram
Ryan Micallef

Team Championship Gap to Leader – 201 Points
Driver Championship Gap to Leader – Ryan Micallef – 154 Pts Matt Caruana – 72 Pts Freddie Ingram – 157 Pts

Points System
1st – 25 CP 6th – 8CP Fastest Lap – 1CP
2nd – 18 CP 7th – 6CP
3rd – 15 CP 8th – 4CP
4th – 12 CP 9th – 2CP
5th – 10 CP 10th – 1CP

Event Socials Viewership
Twitter – @MSPTUK_Esports
Average concurrent viewers: 130
YouTube – Racespot.TV Total views: 1400

In Race 1 both cars started near the back due to a poor qualifying session. With many incidents on the track ahead Ryan managed to gain multiple positions on laps 1 & 2 catapulting him from 21st to 13 the. Freddie had a clean start but was forced off track due to an incident with two cars ahead of him causing him to lose the car and unfortunately resulting in a retirement. Ryan drove a very clean race and managed to finish P12 due to lap 1 incidents creating an irreversible gap between the lead pack and himself.

In Race 2, Freddie managed to get away well and gained two positions from the start. Ryan lost a position on lap 1 and recovered very well but was unfortunately involved in a racing incident after 3 minutes of racing causing him to lose 7 seconds and ultimately ending his race. Freddie drove a quiet but consistent race and managed to pick up the pieces of incidents ahead of him to end the race in P17.

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