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Championship card
Formula 4 Italy
Italian Formula 4 is an entry-level championship, regulated in accordance with the rules of the FIA. National F4 is the first step from karting to cars with open wheels on the career path of a young driver. It was Italy that became the first country to launch F4 with the support of the FIA, replacing the Italian Formula-Abart, from which the Tatuus F4-T014 chassis and 1,4-liter engine were taken.

One of the main purposes was to make a career path to Formula 1 transparent. All the rules, technical regulations, costs are regulated too. Particularly, a car to compete in this category may not exceed € 30.000 in purchase and should have only a particular range of settings that is why a talent of a driver comes to the fore.

In the first season of the Italian F4, drivers under the age of 18 were not allowed take part in the championship. From the second season, this restriction has been removed and, in addition, a separate Woman Trophy group was also added to competition standings.
REIGNING CHAMPION
Enzo Fittipaldi (Prema Theodore Racing)
WEEKEND FORMAT
Two 40-minute practice sessions with subsequent qualifying, consisting of two 15-minute races. Every round has three races: the first and third last 28 minutes, and the second - 18 minutes. During the second race only eight drivers score points (13-11-9-6-5-4-2-1).