BRDC F4 LogoEnigma Motorsport have confirmed their relationship with Falco Wauer will continue into a third year after confirming the Norwegian driver for the 2014 F4 season.


18-year-old Wauer raced in the first half of the 2013 F4 season securing two podium finishes, before taking up an opportunity to race in the European F3 Open Championship.


He returned to F4 to compete in the Winter Championship with Enigma Motorsport, and was classified fourth overall, achieving three podium finishes at Snetterton in the process and setting the race lap record at the Norfolk circuit.


Prior to F4, Falco raced with Enigma in the 750 Motor Club Formula 4 Championship in 2012, taking six wins from eight races, while also competing in selected rounds of Formula Renault BARC and Formula Ford in Holland and Europe.


Wauer returns to F4 with his sights firmly on the title. “It’s great to be able to confirm I’ll race in F4 again with Enigma Motorsport. We know each other very well, and after securing plenty of podiums in F4 in the main series and the Winter Championship, it’s now time to start winning races regularly and challenge for the championship.”


Enigma Team Manager Tom Farquhar commented: “We’re delighted to extend our relationship with Falco into another year and we’re very confident we’ll be running at the front of a very competitive looking field in F4 this year. We were unlucky not to win a race during the Winter Championship, but we set the F4 race lap record at Snetterton which demonstrates that we had very good underlying pace and I’m sure we can build on this to take wins and then hopefully a challenge for the championship.”