G4 Racing Announces Francisco Soldavini for the Upcoming FRECA Rounds at Zandvoort and Hockenheim.
G4 Racing is gearing up for the thrilling conclusion of the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine (FRECA) with back-to-back rounds at Zandvoort and Hockenheim.
After a successful season in the category, we are set to bolster our lineup with an exciting addition.
G4 Racing proudly welcomes Argentine talent Francisco Soldavini to its roster for the final two rounds of the FRECA championship. Hailing from Argentina, Soldavini brings a wealth of determination and a strong foundation in F4 racing as he prepares to take on these prestigious circuits.
Soldavini, while primarily experienced in F4 racing, has showcased his talent and determination with notable successes.
Francisco Soldavini (Driver #30): ”I am thrilled to announce my participation with G4 Racing in the upcoming Formula Regional by Alpine championship race at Zandvoort and Hockenheim. As an Argentine racer, my opportunities to practice and compete in Europe are limited, so I am determined to make the most of every chance I get when racing on this continent.
Zandvoort and Hockenheim, with its rich history and stunning track layout, holds a special place in my heart, and I am eager to compete there. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to G4 Racing for granting me the opportunity to join them on this prestigious track and in this highly regarded category. They are an outstanding team, and I am looking forward to the possibility of working closely with them in the future.
Thank you once again for this incredible opportunity.”
Adrián Muñoz (Sporting and Technical Manager): “We are pleased to welcome Francisco to our team, and we are truly impressed by his talent and determination. As a rookie, he will undoubtedly face a significant challenge joining FRECA at the end of the season. However, he is fully committed to giving it his all to adapt to the championship and the car, and we will provide him with our utmost support throughout this journey.”