It’s going to be another track, another adventure and another racing weekend for the busy PREMA Theodore Racing Formula 4 operation at Nürburgring. The mighty German venue, perched among the Eifel mountains, is set to be home to the sixth and penultimate round of the 2018 German series season. As time flies fast, teams and drivers are now ready for a pivotal event before heading towards the Hockenheim finale in late September.
Enzo Fittipaldi will once again enter the weekend as the team’s frontrunner in points, standing in third place with one win and five more podium finishes to his name. He is looking forward to improving his championship position after showing great form lately between the German and Italian series. Having scored one win and four podiums in total, British racer Olli Caldwell is determined to make gains with a smooth performance at the up-and-down German venue. He also has great momentum coming from a second place in the previous round.
The rookie roster will once again include the talented Gianluca Petecof and Jack Doohan. The Brazilian is fighting for the rookie classification but also delivered positive overall runs lately. The Australian, who is at his third round in the ADAC-promoted championship for 2018, is coming from a rookie win and a fourth place overall at Hockenheim and there are high expectations laid down for the weekend.
Angelo Rosin – Team Principal
“We are looking forward to this weekend as we think this championship is still very much alive with six races still to be completed. Our line-up is getting more and more refined in terms of driving and chemistry, so we hope to see a further improvement at Nürburgring. Our goal, at every time of the season, is always to work hard and get the best possible results while preparing our drivers for their future professional endeavors.”