With the completion of the 10th round of the season and with races 19 and 20 of the year, the 2022 Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine came to its conclusion at Mugello.
Coming from a successful 2021 season, G4 Racing had to face a challenging season, but with hard work and dedication, the Swiss squad put together a great progression, and rookie driver Matías Zagazeta eventually claimed his best result of the year at Barcelona. At Mugello, the Peruvian driver fought hard in the mid pack in race 1, although he was later put into the gravel by a competitor.
On the other hand, Axel Gnos continued his recovery. The Swissman, who was forced to miss Spa and Spielberg by a crash at the Belgian venue, came back to the team at Barcelona and made another positive step in the Formula Regional by Alpine finale.
Adrián Muñoz (Technical and Sporting Manager): “We didn’t finish the season as we would have like, it has been a learning year after a successful start in 2021. Unfortunately, this season we didn’t achieved the results we had hoped despite the hard work poured in everyone involved in the team. I would like to thanks all our drivers, sponsors, suppliers, and, last but most important, our fantastic crew that never gave up. The 2023 season has already started and we cannot wait for the first race.”
Axel Gnos (Driver): “Saying goodbye to the team after working together for 2 years in FRECA and more than 4 years counting F4 is not easy at all, and I will remember and cherish these memories all my life. Our last 2 seasons haven’t been as successful as I wished they were, but I see the positive side of it and I am happy to say that I never improved as a driver as much as in this championship with these guys. It’s not a goodbye but a see you soon!”
Matías Zagazeta (Driver): “The season is finished here at Mugello and it has been a really tough journey, but I met some amazing people and I just want to thank G4 Racing for all the hard work and support throughout the year. I have learned many things and I will keep improving as a driver. Once again, thanks to everyone!”