The cheapest and fairest way to reach F4
From 5 to 10 days of testing on track to win a seat in 2023
"Young people who no longer believe in their career dreams must be given a chance."
JACQUES VILLENEUVE, F1 World Champion 1997
!!!LAST F4 SPOTS IN JULY TO WIN A FULL SEASON IN 2023!!!
🗓 JULY 16/17/18/19/20 LAST 2022 DATES
🆕 The training courses are grouped into a single session of 5 consecutive days (compared to 3 + 2 previously) to reduce travel costs and facilitate the arrival of foreign drivers.
ℹ️ The training courses are carried out in the presence of the entire FEED Racing staff, on the Club and Formula 1 circuits of Magny-Cours, and supervised by a complete team of world-class coaches:
➡️ Jacques Villeneuve - F1 world champion, IndyCar champion, winner of the Indianapolis 500 Miles and runner-up in the Le Mans 24 Hours
➡️ Patrick Lemarié - development driver in F1 for 4 years at BAR, endurance champion and IndyCar driver
➡️ Xavier Pompidou - vice world champion in karting, GT2 Le Mans Series champion
➡️ Julien Poncelet - French x30 Master champion, ICA European champion and FA Elite karting world cup winner, Campus vice champion.
ℹ️ FEED Racing focuses on maximum track driving time, fairness of treatment, acquisition of the basics over 5 days.
➡️ Win a full season in Formula 4 in 2023 in a top European championship.
ℹ️ Open to all drivers ages 14-21.
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After his debut in Italian F4, FEED Racing’s 2021 winner Robert de Haan also made his debut in German F4. The Dutchman is competing in the final round of the season with Van Amersfoort Racing! https://www.instagram.com/official_robertdehaan46/ https://www.instagram.com/feedracing/ If you also want to have a go with FEED Racing in 2022 ⬇️ 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣2️⃣ 🗓 ...
💥 After Peugeot, after Vayron… Here comes our 2021 FEED Racing winner! 15 yo Robert de Haan will do his very first official debut in Italian Formula 4 this week. The 2021 FEED Racing champion will drive the last round of the season with Van Amersfoort Racing! Best luck to you, champ! #FEEDRacing #Volant...
After Elliott Vayron, second of the 2021 FEED Racing “Volant”, it’s time now for another finalist from our school to make his debut in the French F4 championship. Enzo Peugeot finished 4th in the Volant FEED. He is now joining officially the FFSA F4 championship for this week event in Magny-cours. Let’s hope he...
Why FEED Racing France ?
By giving chance to the greatest number, exclusively selected by criteria of talent, equality, all within a reasonable price: FEED Racing France has ambition to provide motorsport with future worldwide champions. The priority objective of the Challenge, in the noble sens of the term, is based on the original spirit of pure merit detections, regardless of origin, experience or financial means.
- An international vision
- France as the first playground
FEED Racing eSports
FEED Racing will be on the grid of champions for the very first Virtual 24 Hours of Le Mans. Our youngsters (youngest lineup) will face the biggest motorsport names on earth. That’s our DNA to give chance to talent and to make you believe in your dreams.
MISSION & OBJECTIVES
Our mission is to detect future world motorsport talents at the wheel of a Formula 4 for an investment equivalent to that of a racing kart.
By offering the best drivers the possibility of launching their career in motor sport by providing them with financial backing FEED Racing France's mission is to support future professional drivers at every level.
A 5 days course on the prestigious Nevers Magny-Cours circuit awaits you.
In two sessions divided into 3, and then 2 days, drivers will be guided by the best racing instructors and advised by experienced international racing drivers to be helped to progress and to win a Formula 4 season in a top team in a top class European Championship.
"Between each session, we will adjust the cars to ensure that all our candidates have the same equipment" - PATRICK LEMARIÉ