Drivers for British F4 Esports Championship revealed

Drivers for British F4 Esports Championship revealed

26 September 2023

Great news for the fans of motorsport esports in the UK and around the world, because the first race of the new British F4 Esports Championship is upon us. On Wednesday, September 27th, the second season of the series is kicking off at Brands Hatch Indy circuit and in preparation for the big day, the Motorsport UK-based organisation has revealed which drivers will be representing each of the participating fifteen teams. Participating drivers include the likes of reigning champion Luke McKeown, professionals esports racer Stanley Deslandes, and former Praga Cup UK champion Gordie Mutch.

15 teams, 8 races

Following the success of the British F4 Esports Championship inaugural season in 2022, the upcoming season has been extended. Instead of six races, the 2023 season will feature eight races after the addition of Brands Hatch Indy and Donington GP. On top of that, the prize pool has been increased as well and the cars have received FIA (Federation Internationale de l’Automobile) licensing. As a result, iRacing Formula iR-04, as the category was named officially, has been rebranded as FIA F4 this year. This comes about a month after the announcement of a new partnership between iRacing and the FIA.

The complete schedule for the British F4 Esports Championship, including Media Day, is as following:

  • Wednesday, September 20th : Media Day at Silverstone National.
  • Wednesday, September 27th : Race 1 at Brands Hatch Indy.
  • Wednesday, October 4th : Race 2 at Donington National.
  • Wednesday, October 11th : Race 3 at Snetterton 300.
  • Wednesday, October 25th : Race 4 at Oulton Park International.
  • Wednesday, November 8th : Race 5 at Silverstone GP.
  • Wednesday, November 15th : Race 6 at Knockhill.
  • Wednesday, November 22nd : Race 7 at Donington GP.
  • Wednesday, November 29th : Race 8 at Brands Hatch GP.

As far as the drivers go, each of the participating fifteen teams have revealed their roster by now, apart from GUILD Racing (as can be seen below). Earlier this summer, the organisation said that a duo will be revealed “in due course”, but so far, no names have been mentioned yet. The expectation is nevertheless that GUILD will be ready to go once the first race at Brands Hatch Indy is nearing its start sign.




29 Esports

Ted Bradbury (53)

Aaron Vazquez (44)

Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Esports Team

Manuel Biancolilla (14)

Duncan Hofland (26)

Azz Tech Racing

Daniel Parrans-Smith (12)

Alvaro Marinero (59)

Dörr Esports

Lucas Müller (232

Ben Hitz (6)

FreeM UK

James Armstrong (47)

Josh Poulain (33)

GUILD Racing



JHR Developments

Gordie Mutch (29)

Stanley Deslandes (77)

Kimura Racing

Matt Caruana (16)

Ryan Micallef (71)

Mensah Racing

Carl Chase (91)

Daniel Cebula (27)

Prismatic Motorsports

Saoirse Fitzpatrick (7)

Rachel Konkoly (51)

Puresims Esports

Harley Haughton (20)

Alexander Davidson (55)

SimRacing Sweden Esports

Isak Arvidsson (13)

Tobias Olsson (9)

Stormforce Racing ART

Peter Berryman (50)

Luke McKeown (1)


Matt Emery (34)

Tamas Simon (57)

Williams Esports

Josh Lad (2)

Moreno Sirica (69)