AARON LOVE is aiming to follow fellow West Aussie Nick Rowe’s feat at Round three of this weekend’s 2018 CAMS PAYCE Australian Formula 4 Championship.

Nick won at Queensland Raceway on his way to the 2017 F4 title.     Aaron currently sits fourth with 87 Championship points in his #78 Team BRM-Coco’s drive.     He leads this year’s series round podiums (excluding race wins) with five, following his three 3rds at Symmons Plains and two 2nds at Phillip Island.

Local hero Cameron Shields – one of six Team BRM drivers – heads the chase on 104, with  just two points separating the top three.    The F4s are supporting the Ipswich SuperSprint as part of the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship line-up. 

Images: DAN THOMPSON

The first practice session is 9:25am (AEST) Friday, with remaining sessions televised live on Fox Sports (506).

Schedule (AEST)
Practice One: Friday 20 July, 9:35am (20 minutes)
Practice Two: Friday 20 July, 1:30pm (20 minutes)
Qualifying: Saturday 21 July, 10:15am (20 minutes)
Race One: Saturday 21 July, 12:50pm (13 Laps)
Race Two: Sunday 22 July, 11:25am (13 Laps)
Race Three: Sunday 22 July, 3:55pm (13 Laps)

Weather
Friday: Partly cloudy / Min: 6 / Max: 24
Saturday: Mostly sunny / Min: 3 / Max: 21
Sunday: Partly cloudy / Min: 3 / Max: 23

Follow @Formula4AU on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube for on-the-ground coverage, including driver interviews throughout the weekend with the hashtag #F4AU.    Check formula4.com.au for rolling coverage across the weekend.

Media Contact

Rob James
Australian Formula 4 Media Manager
+61 402 885 034
+61 3 9593 7720
rob.james@cams.com.au

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