Lucas Alecco Roy tackles dual Formula 4 campaign with Van Amersfoort Racing
Having impressed since he first burst onto the racing scene back in 2017, Lucas enters the new season fresh off the back of his winter racing programme in UAE F4 Championship. Earning nine podium finishes, including three victories, Lucas finished fourth in the overall rankings, preparing him for an exciting year ahead.
Speaking ahead of the exciting step in his career, Lucas said:
“My learning curve has been incredible and with each outing I gain more valuable experience. Competing in the UAE last winter has left me very well prepared for the upcoming championships. I can’t wait for the red lights to go out for the first time in Oschersleben in a couple of weeks.”
Mark Berryman, director of ADDMotorsports, added:
“Lucas shows great promise as a driver, he’s had a steep learning curve both on and off track and he’s developed really well over the last year. Competing in the UAE, he showcased just how much potential he has. This dual campaign will be a tough challenge, but I’m confident he’ll tackle it head on and have a promising season”
The 2019 season of the ADACFormula 4 Championship consists of 7 events with 3 races each weekend. The season kicks off on April 26th at Oschersleben and visits Red Bull Ring, Hockenheimring, Zandvoort, Nürburgring, returning to the Hockenheimring before the season finale takes place at the Sachsenring in the last week of September.
The Italian F4 Championship is made up of 7 race weekends with 3 races each. The series starts on May 5 that Vallelunga, followed by Misano, Hungaroring, Red Bull Ring, Imola and Mugello. With the season finale taking place on October 20th at Monza.