After the summer break, this weekend the best competitions return to the Jerez-Angel Nieto Circuit with the NAPA Racing Weekend. The Andalusian event, on September 23 and 24, is one of the most anticipated by the teams, and also by the fans, who can enjoy the exciting races, and experiences such as the pit walk, by downloading their invitation at https: // racingweekend.rfeda.es
The Spanish Formula 4 Championship, EuroCup 3 and the Porsche Sprint Challenge Ibérica will offer their best show on Saturday and Sunday with a complete racing program. From 9:00 a.m., the circuit opens its doors allowing access to the paddock, straight grandstand, Grandstand X-1 and pit terrace.
Sunday’s event has the incentive of the Pit Walk, scheduled at 12:00 p.m., to meet the protagonists, and for the luckiest, who have already reserved their turn, the opportunity to experience incredible sensations with EasyDrift pirouettes.
The event promoted by the RFEDA, thanks to the collaboration of Auto Hebdo Sport, celebrates the third selection stage to choose the best candidate to be part of the Spanish Motorsport Team in the AutoSlalom discipline at the 2024 FIA Motorsport Games , which will take place in the Valencian Community. Registration conditions are detailed at https://autohebdosport.com/ . This is the only activity that requires payment to participate.
Maximum equality in F4 Spain
The Spanish Formula 4 Championship returns to action with the second part of a tremendously close season. Three months after the last checkered flag in Navarra, the teams arrive in Jerez with their batteries charged and ready for battle.
On this occasion, up to 35 drivers will be in the game at the Andalusian circuit where Theophile Nael (Sainteloc Racing) arrives as the leader without getting off the podium since the second race at Motorland and already with three victories under his belt.
Behind him, Pedro Clerot and Valerio Rinicella (MP Motorsport) complete a top 3 with more than 100 points after nine races and three Campos Racing drivers, Christian Ho, Noah Stromsted, or the best rookie Enzo Deligny, ready to fight and fight to the end for positions of honor.
The Spanish want to shine in EuroCup 3
The Eurocup-3 is another of the great novelties of the NAPA Racing Weekend in 2023, a new event with contained costs that allows access from events with less displacement in the single-seaters. The break has been somewhat shorter but just as comforting after the event’s visit to Zandvoort in the month of July with rain being the main protagonist of the event.
There will once again be 18 drivers on the track to face the first of the four finals that await them, starting with Jerez.
Esteban Masson lands at the Jerez-Ángel Nieto Circuit as the undisputed leader with 151 points after his double on Dutch soil. Behind him, Mari Boya resists the Frenchman’s push, 35 points behind, weighed down by his absence at Motorland Aragón and with Sebastian Ogaard already pushing in third position overall.
For its part, the battle between Campos Racing and MP Motorsport in the team classification will face its fifth chapter of the year. Much superior until now, both teams will once again be the rivals to beat in Jerez, with the Valencians leading the general standings with 19 points ahead of the Dutch. What more could you ask for for the return of the competition.
Porsche Sprint Challenge Ibérica, again in Jerez!
For the first time in Jerez together with the Napa Racing Weekend, the colorful sports sedans of the Porsche Sprint Challenge Ibérica and its unmistakable roar of engines return to the Jerez track to compete in the penultimate event of its six-race calendar, after having visited Portimão, Motorland Aragón , Navarra and Estoril Circuit.
Francisco Mora (Spanish GT champion in 2022) has been the absolute dominator in the Pro-AM class, with five victories and the maximum points (pole, first place and fastest lap) in eight races.
The young Manuel Alves, one of Mora’s great rivals, occupies second position, 16 points away. Pedro Salvador (54 points) is a little behind them in the standings.
The only Spaniard in this contest, Madrid’s Jorge Ramírez (RGB Racing Team), hopes to have all the support of the public.