ABU DHABI RACING STARTS 2021 SEASON STRONG

ENTRY TO FORMULA 3 ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIP AND FORMULA 4 UAE CHAMPIONSHIP

HAMDA AL QUBAISI TO DRIVE IN FORMULA 4 UAE CHAMPIONSHIP

ABU DHABI, 11th January 2021: Abu Dhabi Racing starts the 2021 racing season in full force with a double program to kick off the year, with the 2021 Formula 3 Asian Championship and Formula 4 UAE Championship.

Both championships will feature five rounds to be held between Dubai Autodrome and Yas Marina Circuit. Formula 4 UAE will be the first to start, with the season opener scheduled on January 14th and 15th in Dubai. The team will field one Tatuus F4-T104/Abarth car for 18-year-old racer Hamda Al Qubaisi, who is coming from a positive debut season in the Italian F4 Championship and aims to repeat her successful 2020 UAE results.

Now in its fifth year, more than 60 drivers from 30 countries have competed in the Formula 4 UAE Championship since the inaugural event in 2016.

During that period, Formula 4 UAE has continued to build a strong developmental racing platform for young drivers wanting to start their professional driving career.

Formula 4 UAE, which is open to drivers aged 15 and above, was created by the FIA to help young drivers bridge the gap between existing regional racing series’ and karting, to European competition and potentially Formula 1.

A non-Championship round of the competition was held at Yas Marina Circuit ahead of the FORMULA 1 ETIHAD AIRWAYS ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX 2019, with Amna Al Qubaisi claiming the victory and becoming the first Emirati woman to win a FIA single-seater race.

Hamda Al Qubaisi returns to the competition for 2021 having performed well in last year’s event where she secured seven pole positions, the highest number of any driver, and finished fourth in the overall standings.

Abu Dhabi Racing secured a third-place finish in the Teams’ Championship with 258 points.

This year’s Formula 4 UAE Championship will come to a conclusion on Saturday 13 February.

The Formula 3 Asian Championship will kick-off two weeks later than Formula 4 UAE at the Dubai Autodrome. The team will campaign three Alfa Romeo-powered Tatuus F3-T318 with a diverse mix of drivers which will be announced shortly.

Full dates for both events can be seen below:

F4 UAE Championship Calendar

January 13-15 – Dubai

January 21-23 – Abu Dhabi

January 28-30 – Dubai

February 4-6 – Abu Dhabi

February 11-13 – Dubai

Formula 3 Asian Championship Calendar

January 28-30 – Dubai

February 4-6 – Abu Dhabi

February 11-12 – Dubai

February 12-14 – Dubai

February 18-20 – Abu Dhabi

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