A Formula 1 venue of the future will meet the drivers of the future this weekend in Zandvoort as the ADAC Formula 4 Championship will land in the Netherlands to compete at one of Europe's most historic racetracks. Tight and twisty, with cambered corner and elevation changes, the Zandvoort Park circuit is for sure challenging and PREMA Powerteam is ready to take on the fight in a busy month for the series.
Returning on track two weeks after his podium finish at Hockenheim, Ferrari Driver Academy's Gianluca Petecof is keen on making further gains. On the other hand, young Estonian rookie Paul Aron, who scored his breakthrough victory two rounds ago at Red Bull Ring and is now part of the Mercedes-Benz F1 Junior program. He is hoping to rebuild momentum and roll in the second part of the season with more and more confidence.
Oliver Rasmussen added more points to his name at Hockenheim but is in search of a step forward, while coming from an ill-fated weekend, Venezuelan Alessandro Famularo hopes to finally see his result meet the potential showed so far.
Angelo Rosin - Team Principal
"It feels great to be back to such a legendary venue like Zandvoort, which is also set to come back to Formula 1 soon. The weekend will thus be really important as training for the drivers. We showed we have what it takes to be on the podium this year, but we look forward to making an additional step and to be back in the fight for race wins."
Friday, August 9th, 2019
09:10 - Practice 1
15:15 - Practice 2
Saturday, August 10th, 2019
08:00 - Qualifying 1
08:20 - Qualifying 2
13:20 - Race 1