BRDC F4 newcomers Enigma Motorsport have confirmed F4 podium finisher Falco Wauer will race with the squad during the upcoming Winter Championship which starts this weekend (9-10 November) at Snetterton.
The 17-year-old Norwegian raced for the majority of the BRDC F4 2013 season before moving on to race in the European F3 Open series during the latter stages of the year. He returns to the series having secured two podiums during his previous stay with impressive drives at the Brands Hatch Indy round in May and at Snetterton in June.
Wauer raced successfully with Enigma in the 750 Motor Club Formula 4 Championship last year taking six wins from eight races, and is looking forward to returning reuniting with the team, and is aiming for the title.
“I’m pleased to be rejoining the BRDC F4 Championship for the Winter Championship,” Falco commented. “I had some good results in the early part of the season with two podiums and I believe I can challenge at the front again. I want to win, I know I can do that, and I’m aiming to take the title. It’s great to be working with Enigma again as well, we had a lot of success last year and hopefully we can repeat that again during the Winter Championship.”
Enigma Team Manager Tom Farquhar is delighted to confirm the team’s plans for the Winter Championship, and is also aiming for instant success in F4. “It’s great to be working with Falco again, having enjoyed so much success with him in 2012,” Farquhar enthused. “He’s a very quick driver who is certain to challenge for the Winter Championship honours, and with Falco we expect to see the Enigma name running at the front during the two rounds. We can’t wait to get started!”
The BRDC F4 Winter Championship commences on 9-10 November on the Snetterton 300 circuit in Norfolk.