FIA F4 Esports Regional Tour Week 2 report: Miranda, Roberts, Dunne continue to lead

This September, the FIA F4 Esports Global Championship Series arrives with 30 of the top-ranked regional competitors going against one another for a four-event, eight round season with a chance at winning a share of the $25,000 prize pool.

The Regional Tours all entered their second week of competition last week with racing at Mid-Ohio in the Americas, Oran Park for the Asia-Pacific group, and Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps for Europe. At the top of each region, the leaders stayed the same exiting Week 2.


Joining the conversation this week, Michael Janney stole the show with a win in the top matched Strength of Field (SoF) race, scoring the most points with 281. He didn’t compete at Road America the week before, so he’s not yet a threat for the top 10 this week. Victor Miranda followed up his opening week dominance with a runner-up in points at Mid-Ohio, with Leo Ovtcharov, Nicolás Rubilar, and Andre Castro rounding out the Top 5. Miranda maintains the points lead heading into Week 3 at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. 826 members in the Americas region participated at Mid-Ohio.

FIA F4 Esports Regional Tour – Americas Top 10 after Week 2 at Mid-Ohio:

PosDriverClubTotal PtsW2 WinsTotal Wins
1Victor MirandaBrazil55012
2Leo OvtcharovCalifornia Club51601
3Ralph BenitezBrazil49901
4Nicolás RubilarHispanoamérica49823
5Felipe Cabrera LoyolaHispanoamérica48000
6Matt BussaIllinois47800
7Jackson RezendeBrazil46500
8Jeffrey DeckerCalifornia Club46300
9Andre CastroNew York45113
10Jordan Johnson5Ohio42212


For the second straight week, Benjamin Roberts led the way in both the week points and the overall total. After leading the way following Suzuka, Roberts followed it up with two-top split winning performances, including the SoF race. Kody Deith also scored a win, as did Sho Kamioka, Jaidyn J Ladic, and Marcello Rivera, the top 5 overall at Oran Park in points scored. Deith moves up from 11th into the top 5 overall while Ladic moves up into the top 10. Roberts will look to maintain the points lead entering Okayama in Week 3. 1007 iRacers took part in at least one Asia/Pacific region race during the second week.

FIA F4 Esports Regional Tour – Asia/Pacific Top 10 after Week 2 at Oran Park:

PosDriverClubTotal PtsW2 WinsTotal Wins
1Benjamin RobertsAustralia/NZ49623
2Sho KamiokaJapan46113
3Marcello RiveraAustralia/NZ43211
4Kody DeithAustralia/NZ43011
5Kazuki FujitaJapan40002
6Hirokuni KojimaJapan37800
7Hayata AsagaJapan36100
8Calieb HydesAustralia/NZ35700
9Shoma ShintaniJapan35335
10Jaidyn J LadicAustralia/NZ33612


Similarly to the other two Regions, the same name is atop the heap leaving Week 2’s events at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. The most competitive field in terms of the overall SoF, Alex Dunne was able to capitalize on another top victory with Gordon “Gordie” Mutch right behind again in second. The pair continue to lead the overall standings as well, with both drivers picking up a win through the week. Alex O’Grady, Moritz Löhner, and Ayhancan Guven2 rounded out the week’s top 5. A whopping 3851 participants took to the Belgian course last week, by far the most popular of the three regions in Week 2.

FIA F4 Esports Regional Tour – Europe Top 10 after Week 2 at Spa-Francorchamps:

PosNameClubTotal PtsW2 WinsTotal Wins
1Alex DunneUK and I69712
2Gordon MutchUK and I67813
3Moritz LöhnerDE-AT-CH60401
4Gaël ValeroFrance59200
5Hugh BarterAustralia/NZ59200
6Elliott VayronFrance55813
7Henry IE MooreUK and I55512
8Jacob Reid4UK and I54900
9Pablo EspesIberia52800
10Dan AmorUK and I51111

Week 3 Schedule: 

  • Americas (Every ODD hour, :15 after): Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
  • Asia-Pacific (Every EVEN hour, :45 after): Okayama International Circuit – Short
  • Europe (Every EVEN hour, :15 after): Circuit Zandvoort – Grand Prix

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