As we get closer to the inaugural season of the F4 Indian Championship, the single-seater race car has officially broken cover. The car has been shod in the Indian tricolour livery with a blue stripe running along the sides of the F4 racer.
Diving deeper into the racing machinery the racers will use, these are FIA-spec, halo equipped second-generation Mygale F4 cars that have been used in the French F4 championship since 2022. They run four-cylinder engines pushing up to 180PS, paired with a SADEV gearbox. MP Motorsport will be the exclusive technical partner for this championship as part of a multi-year deal with Racing Promotions Private Limited (RPPL).
As for the championship, it is set to comprise a 12-car grid and with 15 races being spread across a five-round season. The big pull for the F4 Indian Championship however is that it will award FIA Super License points. The top seven overall finishers will get these points in the format starting from 12 points to one. The overall winner will also be offered a full scholarship to participate in the 2024 Indian Formula Regional championship.
Tentatively, the calendar is slated to flag off at the Hyderabad Street Circuit on November 05 and conclude at the Chennai Formula Racing Circuit on December 10.