Revolving doors of FREC and Italian F4

In both of these championships, drivers come and go, due to schedule conflicts, travel restrictions, or the twists and turns of their superlicence quest. Out of nowhere, Ian Rodriguez won in his first race at regional F3 level, having never won a race (beyond carting) before.

In a situation like this, the average points per race (APR) becomes of interest. Here is the table of FREC 2020 after Imola, sorted by APR

RankDriverPointsRacesAPR
1Petecof3372116.05
2Leclerc3352115.95
3Hauger91615.17
4Rodriguez45315.00
5Rasmussen3032114.43
6Pasma2642112.57
7Chovet2292110.90
8Vips8199.00
9Famularo7398.11
10Lappalainen118215.62
Top 10 by APR in FREC after Imola
Graph of 1-2 finishes

Italian F4

The championship table re-sorted by APR, after Imola.

RankDriverPointsRacesAPR
1Minì2761815.33
2Crawford1401211.67
3Edgar1291210.75
4Pizzi1911810.61
5Beganovic168189.33
6Dürksen5669.33
7Bearman5268.67
8Ugran127158.47
9Rosso139187.72
10Bortoleto133187.39
Italian F4 by APR

Not listed: Montoya in 12th place with 81 points after 18 races, with 4.50 APR. Even more disappointingly, his best result so far is P5, while three other full-time Prema team members won at least one race each.

Overall, Minì left the competition far behind, but Jak Crawford’s effort has been remarkable: besides being second by APR , he is 4th in the official standings despite missing two out of six rounds held so far.

1-2 finishes in Italian F4

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