British F4 renews ROKiT partnership

British F4 renews ROKiT partnership

February 8, 2024

The British F4 Championship has renewed its partnership agreement with California-based global venture capital conglomerate and startup incubator ROKiT, which will thus remain the series’ Title Sponsor. 

After an extremely successful 2023 season, which had 12 races and 21 drivers on the podium, the British F4 series is set to go to the Netherlands for the first time, to the Zandvoort Circuit, for the 2024 season.

Speaking about the partnership extension, Jonathan Kendrick, Chairman and Co-Founder of the ROKiT Group of Companies, commented:

Supporting the ROKiT British F4 Championship is not only a great pleasure for us, but it’s also a privilege to help develop and nurture the racing talent of tomorrow. We are delighted to continue our partnership again, not only with British F4 but also with our very own driver, Deagen Fairclough, who will continue racing in the championship having finished in a brilliant 3rd place in his debut year last season. This season will be bigger than ever and we’re already looking forward to the first race weekend at Donington Park on the 27th and 28th April.

Eve Lake-Grange, ROKiT F4 Championship Manager, said:

ROKiT have been a fabulous and supportive championship title partner these past two years and we are delighted they are continuing into the 2024 season. From the start of our partnership, ROKiT explained that the equality and diversity that British F4 offers has always been part of the attraction of the series and we are delighted that as our championship grid develops for the season, we already have seven nationalities and three female drivers represented. We look forward to further elevating the profile of ROKiT British F4 in the year ahead with their support.

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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