Second Czech round

The second Czech round of the FIA CEZ F4 Championship will be held this weekend at the country's traditional, long-established circuit, Automotodrom Brno. The penultimate round of the championship will also provide an exciting challenge for the F4 field, with particularly exciting corners and high level differences.

Among them is Michl Oliver, who will be tackling the legendary Czech tarmac for the first time in an F4. From fifth place in the CEZ F4 Championship standings, with seventy-six points, he looks forward to the next round. Oliver will be no stranger to the Brno circuit, having previously completed a number of races here in Formula Renault. This should certainly give him an advantage over his rivals, as he will "only" have to adapt his track knowledge to the new F4 racing technology.

However, the Gender Racing driver and his team will also have a very tight schedule this weekend. The three free practice sessions on Friday will be very useful to find the best possible set-up, so that Oliver can fight for the best possible grid position for the races in the afternoon’s qualifying session.

The challenge of two championship races in one race day will also be a challenge for this weekend. Although there will only be two championship races to score points over the weekend, the organisers have scheduled both F4 races for Saturday.

On Saturday, the F4 field will take to the track first at 10:30 and the second race will take place from 15:25 in the afternoon.

Oliver is very motivated for the race weekend, as in the last rounds he and the team have worked together very well and have usually found the pace very well, even in extreme weather conditions. Hopefully the weather will be much kinder to the field this Saturday. Oliver and the team hope that at their beloved Brno track they can finally get really close to the podium and move up the championship table. The championship points that can be collected in Brno are perhaps even more important, as once again there is only a 'two shot' chance of scoring here!

The races of the Brno race weekend will again be streamed live on the ESET CUP YouTube channel, so if you want to cheer on the young Gender Racing driver off the track, get in front of your screens on Saturday!

The FIA CEZ F4 Championship is scheduled to conclude at Hungary's newest circuit, the Balaton Park Circuit, in early October.