Formula 4 Sudamericana
This article needs to be updated.May 2018)(
|Drivers' champion||Facundo Garese|
|Official website||Official website|
The Fórmula 4 Sudamericana (Portuguese: Fórmula 4 Sul-Americana) is a Formula 4 racing class that debuted in 2014. The class uses the same chassis and engines used previously in the Formula Future Fiat.
The series was launched in April 2013. The organization bought 20 Signatech chassis with support of the Asociación Uruguaya de Volantes. The cars had their shakedown in February 2014. At the Autódromo Víctor Borrat Fabini Alessandro Salerno, Mauro Marino and Mateo Maffioly tested the car. The series first race took place at Polideportivo Ciudad de Mercedes in Uruguay on April 6, 2014.
After a hiatus in 2017, the series was revived in 2018 and renamed Fórmula Academy Sudamericana.
The chassis of this singleseater class is built by French automotive company Signatech. It is the same chassis used in European Formula Renault 1.6 series (like the French F4 Championship) as of 2008. The monocoque is made out of carbon fiber. The car is powered by a 1.8L Fiat E.torQ engine. The engine puts out 160hp.
|Season||Champion||Secondary Class Champion|
|2014||Bruno Baptista||not awarded|
|2015||Pedro Cardoso||A: Rodrigo Pflucker|
B: Pedro Cardoso
|2016||Facundo Garese||not awarded|
- "Llegaron los Chasis a Montevideo". F4 Sudamericana. Retrieved 25 February 2014.
- "Información de Pilotos Argentinos presentes en El Pinar en el segundo día de los entrenamientos". F4 Sudamericana. Retrieved 25 February 2014.
- "Llegaron los motores Fiat al puerto de Montevideo". F4 Sudamericana. Retrieved 25 February 2014.