ROKiT British F4 partnership sticks with TOCA until 2026
The ROKiT F4 British Championship certified by FIA announced it shall continue to be part of TOCA’s British Touring Car Championship support package until the end of 2026.
The premier UK motorsport package provides a host of benefits to the championship, its teams, drivers and sponsors. Live free-to-air TV makes the racing accessible to millions of viewers on ITV4, while tens of thousands of spectators witness the exciting racing at the best circuits that Britain has to offer.
The British F4 drivers get their first taste of F1 style autograph sessions and racing in front of capacity grandstands and big crowds, all while developing their race-craft at a critical time in their careers adding to the experience for the future.
Alan Gow, BTCC Chief Executive said:
“We are delighted to extend our partnership with the F4 British Championship that will see it remain on the TOCA package until at least the end of the 2026 season.
“Having been on the bill since its inception back in 2015, the F4 British Championship has already helped shape some of the talent on the current Formula 1 grid, as well as entertain the millions of fans that have tuned in to watch the action.
“The F4 British Championship will continue to benefit from the huge trackside audience that the TOCA package attracts as well as the many hundreds of thousands more that enjoy ITV’s live free-to-air coverage. I am sure this will be another hugely successful period ahead and we look forward to continuing our partnership for many years to come.”
Eve Lake-Grange, ROKiT F4 British Championship Manager said:
“Being on the TOCA package is very much part of the DNA of British F4. Our drivers really appreciate showcasing their skills both to a massive free-to-air terrestrial TV audience at home and in front of the enormous crowds that BTCC and the support package generate.
“The benefit of the reach and profile of the TOCA package, combined with a festival atmosphere at each and every round is very special. It made sense to be able to announce the continuity of the package for the next three years and give certainty for our teams, championship partners and prospective drivers alike.”